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OTM 2017

Welcome to the website of OnTheMove Federated Conferences & Workshops. This year's event will be held in Kallithea, Rhodes, Greece from October 23 to 27, at the Hotel Aldemar Amilia Mare Resort, a seaside resort with comfortable conference facilities.


This 16th edition of OnTheMove (OTM 2017) as before is a uniquely federated event composed of three interrelated yet complementary scientific conferences that together attempt to span a relevant range of the advanced research on, and cutting-edge development and application of, information handling and systems in the wider current context of ubiquitous distributed computing.
 

For 2017 a number of broadly interacting themes have been identified; submissions w.r.t. these themes are encouraged therefore to carefully position themselves as these will likely be individually emphasized by the respective component conferences:
 
   * Mobile aspects of secure computing in general as a basis for trusted use of Cloud-based IS
   * Infrastructure and semantics for big data and the internet in general
   * Role of community-driven, semantics-based business intelligence in cooperative IS
   * Implementation and application of open innovation in ecosystems of organizations and enterprises

 

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OTM 2017 KEYNOTES

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Dr. Markus Lanthaler, Software Engineer at Google; creator of JSON-LD and Hydra

"Pragmatic Semantics at Web Scale" - Tuesday 24/10, 09:00
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Michael Brodie, Research Scientist, CSAIL, MIT

"On Data, The World’s Most Valuable Resource, and Data Science" - Thursday 26/10, 09:00
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Ronald Stamper

"Semiotics and BREXIT" - Pre-banquet keynote, Wednesday 25/10 evening, 19h00
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Stephen Mellor, Industrial Internet Consortium CTO

"Evolution of the Industrial Internet of Things: Preparing for Change" - Wednesday 25/10, 09:00

OTM 2017 TUTORIALS

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Harold Boley, University of New Brunswick, Canada

"Port Clearance Rules in PSOA RuleML: From Controlled-English Regulation to Object-Relational Logic"