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CALL FOR INNOVATION ARTICLES

  August 2022  
 

brite Innovation Review is a Digital Journal published by the Institute of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange (IKE Institute). It offers an inclusive stall that displays the best harvest of our rich and diversified innovation landscape.

We would like to hear from all innovators, entrepreneurs, explorers, designers & thinkers who have challenged the norms, discovered something new and wish to share their thoughts, views and suggestions with others using the brite Knowledge Exchange platform.

EDITORIAL & PEER REVIEW BOARD

brite’s Editorial and Peer Review Board brings together a mix of accomplished industrialists, academics and specialists to assure the quality of submissions. Guest editors will also be used, as needed.

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

Articles, Editorials and Reviews should ideally be in the range of 1200 – 1500 words in length, containing one figure/diagram/table, and a maximum of 10 references). They should provide clear views on an innovation related topic of specific interest, and address a current industry/ community or policy need. An excellent editorial should contain a comprehensive background, supporting evidences, feasible suggestion, and informative conclusion. Contributors should provide their full name, affiliation and list the postnominals of their academic and professional qualifications, as appropriate. An author’s photo may also be included.

Submissions should be sent to the brite Review Editor on brite@ikeInstitute.org and may be reviewed by peers. Submissions are also subject to editing to ensure clarity and meet space and presentment requirements

IMPORTANT DATES

Annually, brite will be published three times. Submissions must be received by the brite Editor by or before the following key dates:

  • End of September (for the October Issue)
  • End of December (for the Jan/Feb Issue)
  • End of April (for the May/June Issue)
 
 
 

TOPICS OF INTEREST FOR SUBMISSION

Themes and topics of interest include
but not limited to the following

 
  • Customer Experience Journeys
  • Digital Battlefield
  • Digital Transformation Strategies, Practices and Processes
  • Directed Energy Weapons (Lasers, Microwaves, Particle Beams, Sound Beams)
  • Distributed Ledger Technologies
  • Edge AI and Edge Computing
 
 
 
  • Encryption Methods (e.g. Quantum Cryptography, Homomorphic Encryption, Biometric Markers)
  • Energy alternative sources, decarbonisation technologies and Green Engineering
  • Enterprise Architecture (EA) and Enterprise Ontology (e.g. Evolutions of the Zachman Framework)
  • Ethics, Environmental, Social and Governance in a Digital World
  • Generative Technologies and Novel Applications
  • Human Machine Augmentation
  • Hyperautomation Diagnostic and Maturity Model
  • Hypersonic Systems (e.g. air-breathing engine thermodynamic cycle, multi-system coupling, multi-mode combustion technology, advanced structural design optimization)
  • Internet of Behaviours, Web of Things and Hypermedia Agents
  • IoT Architectures / Industry 5.0 / Internet-Enabled Quality
  • IP Monetization Strategies
  • Materials - temperature resistant, thermal insulation coatings
  • Nanostructured Materials and Nanoobjects (e.g. quantum dots)
  • New Communication Technologies, Protocols and SWARM Connectivity
  • Platforms and Infrastructure Orchestration and Configuration
 
 
 
  • Quantum Computing and Technologies
  • Renewables and Carbon Capture and Storage
  • Resilience and Managing Uncertainty
  • Sensing, Signal Processing, Actuation and Analytics
  • Societal Impacts and Ethical Implications
  • Sustainability Assessment Methodology for Technology Providers
  • Sustainability, Reconfigurability and recyclability
  • Synthetic biology and Early Drug Discovery
  • Tools and Methods for Rapid Discovery, Deployment Acceleration and Continuous Optimization
  • Top Trends, Insights, Intelligence and Innovation Triggers
  • Transformative Capabilities
  • Transient and Large-Scale Networks Recharging, Thermal Imaging, Hyperspectral Imaging
  • Value factors (e.g. Efficiency, Speed, Agility, Resilience)
  • Virtual Private LAN Services
  • Web 3.0 Cyber Security and Privacy
  • Zero Trust Security Models, Target Discovery and Adaptive Systems
 
 
 

STORIES THAT DEMONSTRATE THE CONVERGENCE OF MULTIPLE TECHNOLOGIES AND THEIR POTENTIAL APPLICATIONS AND BENEFITS ARE OF PARTICULAR INTEREST.

So, raise your profile today and shed some light on your innovative work by sending your contribution to the brite Review Editor on brite@ikeInstitute.org

 
 

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