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EAI/Springer ICC Series

Editorial Board
Editors in Chief:
  • Eliska Vlckova (EAI)
  • Alfred Nobel (First Nobel Prize Winner)+ BioAlfred Bernhard Nobel (/noʊˈbɛl/; Swedish: [ˈalfrɛd nʊˈbɛl] About this sound listen (help·info); 21 October 1833 – 10 December 1896) was a Swedish chemist, engineer, inventor, businessman, and philanthropist. Known for inventing dynamite, Nobel also owned Bofors, which he had redirected from its previous role as primarily an iron and steel producer to a major manufacturer of cannon and other armaments. Nobel held 355 different patents, dynamite being the most famous. After reading a premature obituary which condemned him for profiting from the sales of arms, he bequeathed his fortune to institute the Nobel Prizes.[1][2] The synthetic element nobelium was named after him.[3] His name also survives in modern-day companies such as Dynamit Nobel and AkzoNobel, which are descendants of mergers with companies Nobel himself established.
Aims & Scope
This series presents the latest research and development in a wide range of topics in communications engineering including but not limited to wireless networks; mobile communication; design and learning; gaming; interaction; e-health and pervasive healthcare; energy management; smart grids; internet of things; cognitive radio networks; computation; cloud computing; ubiquitous connectivity; and more. The series includes monographs, contributed works, professional books, and textbooks in addition to expanded papers selected from hosted and sponsored European Alliance for Innovation (EAI) conferences. Each book presents cutting edge, global research as well as new perspectives on traditional fields, while maintaining Springer’s and EAI’s high standards of academic excellence. The audience for the books consists of researchers, and industry professionals, and advanced level students.
Volumes in this book series cover the range of topics that together contribute to the vision of a connected world. EAI volumes under preparation include cognitive radio, wireless networks, body area networks, pervasive computing technologies, mobile computing and ubiquitous systems, bio-inspired ICT, security and privacy in communication networks, e-infrastructure for developing countries, and others. Proposals on new topics that form the driving forces behind the internet of things, smart cities, e-health, and future internet are welcome.
Interoperability, Computer vision