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CFP: Indo-Dutch International Conference 2014 (June 12-14)

This conference is an outcome of a joint research project of Delft University of Technology (TUD,http://www.tudelft.nl) and the Indian Institute of Science (IISc, http://www.iisc.ernet.in/), initiated in 2009. The project, titled Technology and Human Development – A Capability Approach, was funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO, http://www.nwo.nl/). The conference covers the original topic of this research project, but also goes beyond the project to explore related issues and challenges.

Submissions can be original work in the form of full length articles, short communications or posters. The contributions may deal with concepts, research, innovations, running experiments, applications, case studies and lessons learnt. Submissions (in English language) should be original, should not have been published earlier and not under review in any other conference or journal. All submissions will undergo a double-blind peer review. Paper contributions should fulfil the requirements of a quality research publication, suitably discussing the research methodology or theory adopted and relevant literature review with proper references and citations. Posters can deal with field experiences and/or lessons learnt with regards design problems, solutions, processes or evaluations. These should carry empirical validity with ground realities. Paper and Poster presentations would be scheduled in suitable sessions covering all the three days of the conference. All sessions are open to both academic and practitioner contributions. Submissions can be original work in the form of full length articles, short communications or posters. The contributions may deal with concepts, research, innovations, running experiments, applications, case studies and lessons learnt. Submissions (in English language) should be original, should not have been published earlier and not under review in any other conference or journal. All submissions will undergo a double-blind peer review. Paper contributions should fulfil the requirements of a quality research publication, suitably discussing the research methodology or theory adopted and relevant literature review with proper references and citations. Posters can deal with field experiences and/or lessons learnt with regards design problems, solutions, processes or evaluations. These should carry empirical validity with ground realities. Paper and Poster presentations would be scheduled in suitable sessions covering all the three days of the conference.