[AISWorld] Final CfP EURAS 2019 - Deadline 1 March
kai.jakobs at comsys.rwth-aachen.de
Mon Feb 25 01:44:04 EST 2019
The 'Subject' line says it all, really. If you are interested in
standardisation research and would like to come to Rome in June it might
help if you submitted a paper by the deadline ........
The CfP is enclosed below.
See you there.
24th EURAS Annual Standardisation Conference
- Standards for a Bio-Based Economy -
13 - 15 June 2019
The European Academy for Standardisation (EURAS)
Unitelma Sapienza – Bioeconomy in Transition Research Group (BiT-RG)
STAR-ProBio (H2020 RIA programme – grant agreement no. 727740)
Chair of Innovation Economics – Technische Universität Berlin
LUISS Guido Carli University of Rome
Governments and companies across Europe and worldwide are confronted
with depletion of natural resources due to, among others, their
unsustainable use, increased global competitiveness, increasing
population, and other challenging environmental and economic issues.
Promoting the sustainable growth of dynamic bio-economy sectors will
contribute to an innovative, resource efficient and competitive society
in transition from a fossil fuel-based society to a bio-based one.
Bio-based products represent a great opportunity to reconcile
sustainable long-term growth with environmental protection through the
prudent use of renewable resources for industrial purposes. However,
managing those resources in a sustainable manner implies facing major
challenges. In this context, sustainability schemes and standards play a
key role in ensuring a clear and evidence-based view of environmental,
economic and social impacts. Sustainability assessment schemes are
crucial for the development, implementation and management of effective
regulatory frameworks incorporating the principle of the circular
economy, with a focus on end-of-life and after use analysis.
EURAS 2019 solicits papers on the above theme. However, papers on other
standardisation topics will also be considered. Sample topics include:
- Standards for sustainability.
- Green standards and certificates.
- Standards and regulation for bio-based products.
- Standardisation and Europe's research and innovation agenda.
- Standards as policy tools.
- National or international policy and standardisation.
- Standardisation of converging technologies.
- Smart standardisation.
- Standardisation roadmaps.
- Standardisation and Open Source.
- Standards and barriers to trade.
- Standards as a driver for innovation.
- Relation between standardisation and legislation.
- Standardisation and quality infrastructure.?
- Legal aspects of standardisation.
- Standards and knowledge transfer.?
- Standardisation and entrepreneurship.
- The impacts of standards and standardisation.
- Quality of standards.?
- Role of industry and their associations in standardisation.?
- Standardisation via industry consortia.
- History of standardisation.
- Standardisation processes.
- Standards and digitalization.
Full papers (up to 30 double spaced pages; rtf. .doc or .docx format)
should be submitted to:
Kai Jakobs at Kai.Jakobs at cs.rwth-aachen.de.
All papers will be double blind reviewed by members of the Technical
Programme Committee. All accepted papers will be published in the
conference proceedings, as part of the 'EURAS Contributions to
Standardisation Research' book series. Particularly good papers will be
fast-tracked to the Int. Journal of Standardization Research.
Selected papers will be invited to submission to a Special Issue of the
International Journal on Standardization Research on "Standards for the
Paper submission: 01 March 2019
Notification: 29 March 2019
Final paper due: 12 April 2019
Local Organisation and Enquiries
Please send any enquiries to Piergiuseppe Morone and Francesca Govoni at
EURAS-2019 at unitelmasapienza.it
LUISS Guido Carli, University of Rome – Viale Pola 12, 00198 Rome, Italy
For more information about EURAS please visit http://www.euras.org.
Technical Programme Committee
Martin Adolph, ITU, CH
Marie Barani, Vectis, UK
Rudi Bekkers, TU Eindhoven, NL
Raffaele Bifulco, LUISS, IT
Knut Blind, TU Berlin & Fraunhofer FOKUS, DE
Francesco Bolici, U. Cassino, IT
Nils Brunsson, Uppsala U., SE
Giuseppe Colangelo, LUISS U., IT
Axel Czaya, Helmut-Schmidt U., DE
Panagiotis Delimatsis, Tilburg U., NL
Sandra Drechsler, VDMA, DE
Tineke Egyedi, DIRoS, NL
Valeria Falce, European U. Rome, IT
Vladislav Fomin, Vytautas Magnus U., LT
Andrea Fried, Linköping U., SE
Martina Gerst, Tsinghua U., CN
Ian Graham, U. of Edinburgh, UK
Jean-Christophe Graz, UNIL, CH
Antonio Gullo, LUISS, IT
Jae-Yun (Jane) Ho, U. Cambridge, UK
Cesare Imbriani, Unitelma-Sapienza, IT
Eric Iversen, NIFU, NO
Kai Jakobs, RWTH Aachen U., DE
Geerten van de Kaa, TU Delft, NL
Thomas Kalling, Lund U., SE
Devin McDaniels, WTO, CH
Giuseppe Melis, LUISS, IT
Niclas Meyer, B,S,S; CH
Ivana Mijatovic, Belgrade U., SRB
Anne Mione, U. Montpellier, FR
Piergiuseppe Morone, Unitelma-Sapienza, IT
Gian Domenico Mosco, LUISS, IT
Craig Murphy, Wellesley College, US
Eitan Naveh, Technion, IL
Antonio Nuzzo, LUISS, IT
Gustavo Olivieri, LUISS, IT
Anke Piepenbrink, Rennes Business School, FR
Rory V. O'Connor, DCU, IE
Marta Orviska, UMB, SK
Megan Quinlan, Imperial College London, UK
Cesare Riillo, STATEC, LU
Jan Smits, TU Eindhoven, NL
Kees Stuurman, Tilburg U., NL
Valerio Torti, LUISS, IT
Klaus Turowski, U. Magdeburg, DE
Taavi Valdlo, Estonian IT Standardization TC, EE
Francesco Virili, U. Sassari, IT
Henk de Vries, Erasmus U. Rotterdam, NL
Marc van Wegberg, U. of Maastricht, NL
Robert van Wessel, ApexIS, NL
Paul Wiegmann, Erasmus U., NL
JoAnne Yates, MIT, US
RWTH Aachen University
Computer Science Department
Informatik 4 (Communication and Distributed Systems)
Ahornstr. 55, D-52074 Aachen, Germany
Kai.Jakobs at comsys.rwth-aachen.de
EURAS - The European Academy for Standardisation.
The International Journal of Standardization Research.
The 'Advances in Standardization Research' book series.
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