Call for Papers

Research Track

We invite submissions of unpublished research papers describing original research contributions related to «Society 5.0». Submissions addressing topics across the spectrum of «Society 5.0», on issues of concern to researchers or practitioners or both are welcome.

All submissions will be peer-reviewed by an international program committee based on relevance, significance, rigor, novelty, replicability, and quality.

Accepted research papers will be published in a volume of EPiC Series in Computing, an open access series, which is indexed in Scopus.


Society 5.0 is a broad subject and therefore the list of topics covers many related subject areas. Submissions are sought on, but not limited to the following subject areas and topics.

Society 5.0

Society 5.0 research agenda

Society 5.0 challenges and opportunities

Human-centered society

Drivers and enablers for transformation

Human skills in Society 5.0

New Leadership

Business Information Systems

Cyber-Physical Systems

Internet of Things

Digital Twins

Digitalization of Business Processes

Conceptual Modeling

Business & Entrepreneurship

Business integration strategy

Digitalization of Products

Emerging markets

Human capital

Business agility

Digital transformation

Circular economy


Gendering of skills

Stereotypes (age, gender, (dis)abilities)

Accessibility of technologies across borders (countries, societal levels, disciplines)

Inequality in software development

Democratization in technological development


Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL)

Creative teaching

Cross-cultural teaching and learning

Institutional structures for education

New learning methods

Innovation in the Digital Age

Open innovation

Big Data analysis

Innovation development

Online collaboration for design and in-novation

Knowledge visualization

Healthcare and Care Systems

AI for drug development

Personalized medicine

Electronic patient records

Care robots, therapy robots

Information Security

Cyber security and resilience

Data privacy

Risk management

Business continuity management



Autonomous driving

Mobility as a Service

Smart City

Human-System Interaction Scenarios

Collaboration between human and AI

Automating knowledge work

Conversational AI

Resilient socio-technical systems

Social robots

Human-interpretable and machine-interpretable modeling


Future banking

Sustainable finance

Digital financial management


International Collaboration

Cultural differences in business

Cross-cultural communication and trust

Collaboration across borders, cultures, and languages

Digital Supply Chain