International Journal of Innovative Technology and Interdisciplinary Sciences: Announcements <p>The <strong>International Journal of Innovative Technology and Interdisciplinary Sciences (IJITIS) (ISSN 2613-7305)</strong> is a reputable open-access, quarterly multidisciplinary journal that serves as a platform for the publication of reviews, regular research papers, short communications, and special issues on specific subjects, all presented in the English language. With a focus on fostering academic exchange and disseminating original research, IJITIS showcases the latest advancements and achievements in scientific research from Estonia and beyond to a global audience. Our journal welcomes original and innovative contributions across various fields of technology, innovation in the sciences, and interdisciplinary studies. We encourage submissions that provide valuable insights through analytical, computational modeling, and experimental research results. IJITIS is guided by an esteemed international board of editors comprised of distinguished local and foreign scientists and researchers. Notably, we actively seek manuscripts that introduce new research proposals and ideas, and we offer the option for authors to submit supplementary material such as electronic files or software to enhance the transparency and reproducibility of their work.</p> en-US Sun, 12 May 2024 16:48:19 +0200 OJS 60 Call for Special Issue Papers: Emerging Technologies and Innovative Business Practices <p><em>Special Issue Editors</em></p> <p><strong>Dr. Terry H Walcott, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Wales, UK</strong></p> <p><strong>Prof. Carlene E.A. Campbell, University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Wales, UK</strong></p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Special Issue Information</strong></p> <p>Survival, though predating Humans' need to build and innovate is driven by their dependence on resources and familiarity with their surroundings. Therefore, survival has largely determined one's future. Thus, understanding his choices and the implications of each opportunity demands his desires and inspires innovation. Each is molded and sold to prospective customers. Humans have always created tools, techniques, or services without prior implementation, which was emerging. Before any new technology, a transition has allowed humans to adapt to their choices. Therefore, familiarity builds over time. This then leads to a comprehension of the tools needed to survive, which have eventually made collective groups productive and competitive. Competition has heightened the demand for all tech-related matters. Technological adoption has led to innovative practices, prompting a desire to change and enhance various business structures. As technological expectations evolve, academia, industry, and government are increasingly seeking to collaborate. The rising expectations are creating a demand for technologists proficient in both old and new technology to support and prepare modern organizations. Modern companies can no longer be “boxed in” into a predefined operation category, but rather seek clarity on technology, when to use it, and its implications. Due to this, “emerging technologies” have emerged.</p> <p>Students, researchers, and R&amp;D experts from academia and industry working in theoretical and empirical research areas are targeted by this special issue.</p> <p><strong>Theoretically Oriented Papers </strong></p> <p>We invite scholars from various regions to share their insights on emerging technologies and innovative business practices, including their historical origins, current research, challenges, future trends, methodological approaches, and regional establishment.</p> <p><strong>Empirically oriented papers </strong></p> <p>We prioritize a comprehensive global perspective on new technologies and their creative business strategies worldwide. Submissions are expected to provide research that connects various disciplines at a multidisciplinary level, such as business, computer science, engineering, etc. Thus, appropriate subjects for manuscripts focused on empirical research may include, but are not restricted to, the following:</p> <ul> <li>Artificial Intelligence</li> <li>Autonomous Vehicles</li> <li>Big Data Technologies</li> <li>Blockchain Technology</li> <li>Cloud or Edge Computing</li> <li>Computer Vision</li> <li>Cybersecurity and Cryptography</li> <li>Data Governance Data Protection Digital Privacy and Online Surveillance</li> <li>Digital Health</li> <li>Extended Reality (XR), Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality ( AR)</li> <li>Green AI and sustainability</li> <li>Granular Computing and Fuzzy System</li> <li>Internet of Things</li> <li>Machine Learning, Data Mining and Visualization</li> <li>Optimization Algorithms</li> <li>Robotics</li> <li>Smart Manufacturing and Industry 5.0</li> <li>Statistical Learning</li> <li>Social Media</li> <li>Quantum Computing</li> </ul> <p><strong>Notes to prospective authors </strong></p> <p>Submitted papers must be original and not have been published before or be under review for publication elsewhere. Submission of all papers is required to be done online. Refer to the "Submissions" page for instructions on submitting a paper. When submitting a manuscript, please include the following comment for the editor: "this article is submitted for Special Issue: Emerging Technologies and Innovative Business Practices". If you have any suggestions or questions about the subject matter, please contact the special issue editors Terry Walcott and Carlene Campbell.</p> <p>Before submitting your paper. Be sure to thoroughly review the instructions for authors on the IJITIS journal page. Please follow the provided formatting guidelines. The papers for these special issues must be between 6 and 12 pages, including all content such as references and appendices.</p> <p><strong>IMPORTANT DATES</strong></p> <p>Deadline for manuscript submissions: August 30, 2024</p> <p>Notification to authors within three weeks</p> <p>Special Issue will be published on September 15, 2024</p> Sun, 12 May 2024 16:48:19 +0200 Dr.Klodian Dhoska as IJITIS Journal manager <p>We are pleased to announce that we have a Journal Manager: <strong>Dr.Klodian Dhoska</strong></p> <p>Dr.Dhoska has been on the ijitis editorial board since 2018, and he has brought with him a wealth of knowledge and experience in all issues related to scientific activities. He is a Lecturer at the Department of Production and Management, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Polytechnic University of Tirana, Albania.</p> <p>A brief view of his biography is as follows:</p> <p><strong>EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND</strong><br />2012-2016 PhD Degree, (sup) Toomas Kübarsepp, Research Topic “Measurement methods with 3D Coordinate Measuring Machine and improved characterization set-up for detector performance”, Tallinn University of Technology, Estonia.</p> <p><br />2008-2010 Completed with high credit scores Master study in the University of Tartu (International Master Programme in Applied Measurement Science, Estonia) Faculty: Science and Technology Specialty: Applied Measurement Science Diploma “Master of Science in Engineering”</p> <p><br />2001–2007 Completed with high credit scores Polytechnic University of Tirana (Diploma realised in TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany, during June–October 2006) Faculty: Mechanical Engineering Specialty: Energetics Title: Mechanical Engineer University Diploma (5-year study programme)</p> <p><br />1997-2001 Graduated with high scores from “Ismail Qemali “High School in Tirana. Diploma</p> <p><strong>RESEARCH INTEREST</strong><br /> Metrology<br /> Mechatronics<br /> Optics<br /> Energetics</p> <p><strong>HONOURS AND AWARDS</strong><br />January 2014: Most Active Participant at the 14th International Symposium “Topical Problems in the Field of Electrical and Power Engineering”, Pärnu, Estonia.</p> <p><strong>EUROPEAN PROJECTS</strong><br />December 2015-May 2016 Researcher Mobility Grant (RMG) EXL01-RMG1 Single-photon sources for quantum technologies of the European Metrology Research Programme (Project VA15046), Physikalisch – Technische Bundesanstalt, National Institute for Natural and Engineering Sciences in Braunschweig, Germany, Researcher.<br />October 2014–May 2015 Single-Photon Sources for Quantum Technology of the European Metrology Research Programme (EMRP–Project), Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt, National Institute for Natural and Engineering Sciences in Braunschweig, Germany, Guest Researcher.<br />October 2013-December 2015 New primary standards and traceability for radiometry (VA621-Project), Tallinn University of Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Institute of Mechatronics, Chair of Quality Engineering and Metrology, Personnel.<br />February 2009-December 2009 Study of Electrospray Ionisation (ETF7127-Project), University of Tartu, Faculty of Science and Technology, Institute of Chemistry, Senior Personnel.</p> <p> </p> Mon, 26 Jun 2023 15:54:47 +0200