The main goal of the event is to foster information exchange among researchers and practitioners in the area of Information Security. We welcome submissions from academia, industry and government both on traditional and emerging topics in the area. The participants are invited to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends and results in theory and applications of Information Security.
Electronic health (eHealth) aims at improving the quality of healthcare through a synergy of medical informatics, business and public health services employing modern information and communications technologies. In view of the National Science Program “eHealth” interoperability both technically and semantically is essential to the provision of high-quality health services. The scope of this research program includes:
The phenomenon of increasing volumes of data generated by researchers and the strengthening expectations for open access to them have led to the tendency to develop and put into practice adequate approaches to achieve semantic interoperability of research data. The methodologies for implementation of the now popular FAIR principles (i.e., the capacity computational systems to find, access, interoperate, and reuse data with none or minimal human intervention) are one of the main areas of research within the WP3 “Innovative Mathematical Methods and Models in the Digital World” in the framework of the project UNITe, financed by the European Regional Development Fund through the Bulgarian Operational Programme “Science and Education for Smart Growth”. The main objective of the workshop is to provide opportunities to present and discuss new ideas and results in the thematic area of semantic interoperability and providing open access to big volumes of heterogeneous research data.