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The 9th International Conference on Digital Economy (ICDEc) will be held at the Faculty of Juridical, Economic and Social Sciences (FSJES - Souissi), Mohammed V University, Rabat, Morocco from May 9th to 11th, 2024.

The ICDEc conference is an opportunity to bring together researchers and experts in emerging technologies from both public and private sectors to discuss issues related to the development, implementation, use and management of emerging technologies and the move to digital economy. The conference is an occasion to link researchers from computer science, business computing and information system areas to business fields such as marketing, finance, human resources, management etc. It is an opportunity to explore ideas, exchange thoughts and implement research projects between this diversity of fields with a focus on application contexts like e-commerce, e-business, e-heath, e-learning, etc.

Accepted and presented papers will be included in the conference proceedings and submitted for inculsion in the Springer LNBIP series.

Previous Proceedings

Explore the previous proceedings of the International Conference on Digital Economy: 2016 - 2022

Conference Topics

Submissions can consist of theoretical or applied research in a large range of tracks and topics including, but not limited to:

  1. Cloud computing
  2. Service Oriented Architecture
  3. Big Data technologies
  4. Mobile Information Systems
  5. Ubiquity
  6. NFC Technology and Contact-less Mobile Payments
  7. Social Networking
  1. Knowledge representation
  2. Web Semantics and Ontologies
  3. Web Information retrieval
  4. Web personalization
  5. Uncertainty Reasoning
  6. Web Mining
  7. Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing
  8. Knowledge visualization
  9. KM implementation
  10. Intelligent Paradigms for Knowledge Engineering
  1. Multi-Agent Systems
  2. Evolving Systems
  3. Intelligent Behaviour
  4. Cognitive Systems
  5. Brain Modeling and Simulation
  6. Bio-Inspired Intelligence
  7. Autonomous and Organic Computation
  8. Artificial Intelligence
  9. Neuro-Fuzzy Systems
  1. e-payment systems and protocols
  2. Network Security
  3. Web Application Security
  4. Web Privacy
  5. Database Security
  6. Encryption and cryptanalysis
  7. Digital watermarking
  8. Steganography and information hiding
  9. Digital forensics
  10. e-banking security
  11. Password security and usability
  12. Graphical passwords
  1. Uncertainty theories (probability, possibility, belief functions...)
  2. Machine learning
  3. Information fusion
  4. Big Data
  5. Database management
  1. Smart city
  2. Smart home
  3. Smart area
  1. Machine learning algorithms
  2. Rule-based technique
  3. Explainable Artificial Intelligence
  1. Managerial challenges of digital transformation in the public and private sectors (HR, Financial, Logistics, Cultural, etc)
  2. Processes of digital transformation (Digital project management)
  3. Comparative analysis of digital transformation in public Vs. private
  1. E-advertising
  2. Pros & Cons
  3. Pros & Cons of social media marketing
  4. Web design in e- commerce
  5. Cross- cultural issues in e- commerce
  6. online consumer behavior
  7. online consumer data
  1. Openness, Regional Integration and Economic Growth
  2. Productivity and Economic Growth
  3. Financing the development
  4. Financial risks and capital flows
  5. Looking ahead: New prospects for innovation from a regional perspective
  6. Innovation, Growth and Social Prosperity
  7. Access to financing and the contribution to inclusive social and economic development.
  1. Digital financial intermediation
  2. Digital Currencies
  3. Alternative Finance
  4. Online auctions
  5. Cloud accounting
  1. E-Knowledge transfer
  2. Processes of digitalization of teaching materials
  3. New technologies in e-learning
  4. E- pedagogy Vs. conventional pedagogy
  1. Promoting domestic products
  2. Generating public policies that encourage exports and limit imports
  3. Trade agreements (advantages and disadvantages)
  4. Producers' knowledge to improve production
  5. Informative Economics Culture
  1. Global Warming and Environmental Changes
  2. Generating public policies that enforce sustainable planning
  3. Criticizing Models of Sustainability
  4. Economic Development
  5. Reducing Poverty and Spreading Social Equity
  1. Evolution of communication in the digital economy age
  2. Interpersonal communication in the digital economy age
  3. Legal, social, political, technological challenges in communication online
  4. Face work in confrontational dialogues
  5. Web based gender communication
  6. Implicit versus explicit language and respective users’ profiles
  7. Online versus off-line linguistic behvior.

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