Important Dates

- Paper submission: June 1st,2016 June 15th, 2016(deadline extended)

- Notification of acceptance: August 15th, 2016

- Camera-ready version: September 12th, 2016

- Conference dates: November 29th to December 2nd, 2016

Topics of Interest


- Monotoring of chronic and non-chronic diseases in AAL.

- Solutions for active ageing, social integration and self-care.

- Entertainment and promotion of healthy life in AA.

- Stress, burden and quality of life of in carers of AAL environments.

- People learning and education in AAL environments.

- Security and privacy in AAL.

- Behaviour analysis in AAL environments.

- Experiences and study cases in AAL.

- Wearables technologies and sensors networks. Smart homes for AAL.

- Context-Awareness in Assitive environments.

- Middleware architectures for AAL.

- Sensing, Data management and Big Data in AAL.

- Standards and interoperability.


- Health, wellness and disease monitoring.

- Communication, cloud, and network architectures for Health.

- Education and e-Learning systems in Health domains.

- Knowledge management for health: context, behavior and user modeling.

- Data Analytics for Health environments.

- Health ecosystems: frameworks, models and methodologies.

- Interaction, social and user experience within Health environments.

- Mobile and ubiquitous Health.

- Smart techologies and algorithms for Health.


- Authentication, access control and authorization.

- Confidentiality, key management and trust establishment.

- Design and analysis of cryptographic protocols

- Lightweight security solutions.

- Privacy, anonymity, non-traceability and non-repudiation.

- Integrity, realiability, resiliency and fault tolerance.

- Secure mobile applications.

- Self-organized, autonomic and distributed security.

- Wireless security.


- IoT applications and services. Research and Innovation.

- How IoT techology will affect bussines and product development

- Current and future trends in IoT.

- Distributes mobile applications based on IoT.

- Making money with Internet of Things. New IoT Bussines Models.

- Security, privacy and trust in IoT.

- IoT Interoperability and Integration.

- IoT in the Transport System. The new VANET.

- Perfomance evaluation metrics IoT.

- Designing ultra-low power IoT nodes.

- Design and Deployment of the Infrastucture for IoT-enabled systems and applications.

- Brillo. Google's IoT O.S. Experiences and developments.


- Natural User Interface.

- Human-Centric Interfaces for AmI environments.

- Multimodal Interface.

- Use of context and location information in user interfaces.

- Novel input devices.

- Robot-Human interaction.

- Human-Ambient Interaction.

- Mobile Interfaces.

- Affective Interfaces (recognition and enactmenet of emotions.

- User modeling.

- Personalization and adaptation of user interfaces.

- Ubiquitous and ambient displays.

- User experience in Ambient Computing.

- Interaction with smart objects and tangible interfaces.

- Brain computer interaction.

- Evaluation of interfaces in Ambient and Ubiquitous environments.

- Mobile Augmented Reality


- Internet of Things and the Web of Things apllied to smart cities.

- Web of Data and Linked Data to assemble urban apps.

- Citizens participation and data generation, controlling data provenance and trust.

- Security and privacy challenges for IoT, citizen-generated data, and Linked Data.

- Gaming for a purpose (GWAP) to incentivize citizen participation.

- Interaction paradigms in the Smart City.

- Novel context sensing mechanisms in the city.

- Behaviour Change practices applicable to urban environments.

- Urban analytics: determining human dynamics in the smart city.

- City services pubication, indexing, discovery, recommendation and consumption.

- Architectures for consuming and analyzing Urban Data.

- Real deployments, using cases and experiments.

- Urban Transports.


- Applications of hybrid wireless Ad-Hoc Networks.

- Self-organizing protocols for heterogeneous Ad-Hoc Networks.

- Device-2-Device Communications (D2D)

- Cooperation incentive models for Ad-Hoc Networks.

- Vehicle-to-X communications (V2X).

- Protocols for Ad-Hoc Networks

- Innivative real-world sensor network deployments and applications.

- Topology control and routing protocols in sensor networks deployments.

- Mobility management in sensor applications and deployments.

- Location techiques, routing, medium acess control for sensor networks.

- Energy befficiency, energy efficient protocols for sensor networks.

- Ambient Intelligence Tecniques Energy Saving.

Paper Submission

UCAmI invites high quality contributions describing significant, original and unpublished results for submission in the following categories:

Long papers: Intended to allow presentation of academic research results of high quality. Submissions must contain an original contribution and may not have already been published in another forum, nor be subject to review for other conferences or publications. Contributions should include unpublished results of research, case studies or experiences that provide new evidence about the research or application regarding to the main topics. Articles accepted in this category will be published in the proceedings of the event. Long papers must not exceed 12 pages (including figures and appendices).

Short papers: Intended to allow presentation of ongoing studies with partial (however, significant) results. Submissions must contain an original contribution and may not have already been published in another forum, nor be subject to review for other conferences or publications. Articles accepted in this category will be published in the proceedings of the event. Short papers must not exceed 6 pages (including figures and appendices).

Doctoral Consortium: PhD students are invited to present the topics and progress of their research, in order to obtain feedback from a panel of experts. Papers for doctoral consortium must not exceed 8 pages (including figures and appendices).

Posters. Posters will be peer-reviewed by members of the Posters Committee based on originality, significance, quality, and clarity. Posters authors are not required to transfer copyright. Accepted poster papers will be allocated 2 pages in the conference proceedings. In addition to the 3-page submission, accepted poster authors will be asked to generate a poster and possible demonstration to be displayed in a dedicated poster area and presented during a poster session at the conference.

Please ensure that your papers are formatted correctly and are within the specified page limits. Author information and templates are available in Information for LNCS Authors web, or downloading the templates here for Latex and Word. All papers should be written in English.‬

Submission Procedure

All submissions should be made by the EasyChair platform and must follow the LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) Formatting Guidelines. Details of the paper submission process will be announced soon through the website of the conference:

You can submit your paper through the following:‬