RCDL: Russian Conference on Digital Libraries

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Event When Where Deadline
RCDL 2013 XV All-Russian Scientific Conference RCDL’2013 “Digital libraries: Advanced Methods and Technologies, Digital Collections”
Oct 14, 2013 - Oct 17, 2013 Yaroslavl, Russia May 1, 2013
RCDL 2009 Digital Libraries: Advanced Methods and Technologies, Digital Collections
Sep 17, 2009 - Sep 21, 2009 Petrozavodsk, Russia Apr 15, 2009
 
 

Present CFP : 2013

Supported by

Russian Academy of Sciences
Russian Foundation for Basic Research
Yaroslavl State University (YSU)
Institute of Informatics Problems of RAS
Moscow АСМ SIGMOD Chapter

AIMS OF THE CONFERENCE

Digital Libraries is a field and subject of research and development aimed at
promotion of the theory and practice of processing, distribution, storage, retrieval
and analysis of digital objects of different nature. These contemporary repositories
of knowledge appear as complex information systems, development and use of which
require the solution of many scientific, technological, methodological, economic,
legal and other issues. Alongside with textual and multimedia digital objects,
usual for traditional libraries, such systems have to deal with structured data,
with a great variety of digital objects of a various nature as well as with
metadata describing them. Challenges associated with the management of so diverse
information resources and the increasing variety of user needs invoke multitude
of advanced information system technologies and standards. Such technologies include
those developed for Semantic Web, data intensive sciences, Big Data to address
system interoperability, data parallel computing, data integration under conditions
of the rapidly increasing heterogeneity and volume of data. Innovations that enhance
the exchange of information with rich semantics are becoming the center of discussions
in the Digital Library community.

The series of the All-Russian scientific conferences RCDL is presented on the
site http://rcdl.ru. They aimed at the formation of the Russian corps of the global DL community of scientists.

CONFERENCE TOPICS

- Advanced projects for information systems in science
- Big Data technologies
- Composite content representation: multimedia, geographical, statistical data and other special content formats
- Data analysis in social networks
- Data intensive application management in Grids and Clouds
- Data intensive systems infrastructures
- Data mining, knowledge discovery
- Data storage and indexing
- Data streams and publish-subscribe systems
- Digital curation, preservation, and archiving ; data provenance
- Digital Libraries and their implementation experience
- Digital Library models, architectures and infrastructures
- Digital resource quality, quality metrics, data cleansing
- Information security
- Integration, interoperability and mashups of heterogeneous information resources (structured, semi-structured, unstructured)
- Metadata, ontologies, conceptual modeling
- Multilingual and multimedia information analysis and retrieval
- Models and tools for massive data parallel analysis
- Non-traditional (NoSQL) - semi-structured, graph, multidimensional, etc. data models
- Scientometrics in digital libraries
- Semantic aware services; context awareness in information access
- Semantic Web, Linked Data, Web of Data
- Social media and dynamically generated content, crowdsourcing
- Tools for development of digital libraries and digital collections
- Virtual environments for research, collaborative information environments
- User modeling, user interfaces, and personalization; recommender systems

YOUNG SCIENTISTS' SUPPORT

As a tradition, the workshop "Doctoral Research on Information Technologies
Related with Digital Libraries" is co-located with the conference. The doctoral
workshop provides to the authors of papers selected on the basis of preliminary
reviewing, the opportunity to present current results of their research and
discuss their strengths and weaknesses with more experienced colleagues.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Conference Proceedings will be published as a collection of texts
of accepted full papers, short papers and abstracts of posters as well as
in electronic form on a permanent conference website http://rcdl.ru.
Full papers will be also published on the CEUR Workshop Proceedings repository,
to provide for better visibility of RCDL-2013 publications for the
international scientific community.

PAPER SUBMISSION

Working languages are Russian and English. Extended abstracts and papers can
be in any of them. The Program Committee expects the original papers,
not published earlier and having a research orientation.
It is strongly recommended that the languages of the paper and presentation
were different, it helps to follow the thread of speech to both Russian
and foreign participants.
Extended abstracts are to be presented to the Program Committee in
electronic form via the conference website in PDF or RTF. Volume
of extended abstracts may not be less than 2000 words. Abstracts should
provide a fairly complete picture of the paper content, include a list
of references and/or links to Internet resources. When submitting extended
abstracts, authors should specify to which of the basic topics of the
conference their papers are related. Several suitable areas listed
above in the conference topics can be specified simultaneously.
The selection of papers by the Conference Program Committee is
based on peer reviewing the texts of extended abstracts. The Program
Committee may accept the submission as a full paper, as a short paper (2000 - 3000 words) if it contains interesting results, but does not look sufficient for publication
as a full article, and as a poster. Accepted papers must be prepared in accordance
with the rules, which will be published on the conference website.
RCDL conferences hold face to face. Acceptance of a paper by the Program Committee
assumes mandatory registration and participation of at least one of the authors
at the conference and personal presentation of this work.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE (to be extended)
Co-chairmen

Vladimir Smirnov – Yaroslavl State University, Russia
Sergey Stupnikov – Institute of Informatics Problems of RAS, Russia

PC Members

Alexander Antonov – Galaktika Soft Ltd., Russia
Arkady Avramenko – Pushchino Radio Astronomy Observatory, RAS, Russia
Pavel Braslavsky – Kontur Labs, Russia
Dmitry Chaly – Yaroslavl State University, Russia
Boris Dobrov – Research Computing Center of Moscow State University, Russia
Alexander Elizarov – N. G. Chebotarev Research Institute of Mathematics and Mechanics, Russia
Alexander Fazliev – Institute of Atmospheric Optics of SB RAS, Russia
Leonid Kalinichenko — Institute of Informatics Problems, RAS, Russia
Mikhail Kogalovsky – Market Economy Institute, RAS, Russia
Thomas Krichel – Long Island University, USA
Sergey Kuznetsov – Institute for System Programming, RAS, Russia
Dmitry Lande – Information Centre ElVisti, Ukraine
Vladimir Lapshin – Institute of Linguistics, Russian State University for Humanities, Russia
Olga Lavrenova – Russian State Library, Russia
Vladimir Litvine – California Institute of Technology, USA
Nataly Lukashevich – Research Computing Center of Moscow State University, Russia
Oleg Malkov – Institute of Astronomy, RAS, Russia
Evgeniy Negulyaev – Ural State University, Russia
Igor Nekrestjanov – Intel; St. Petersburg State University, Russia
Boris Novikov — St. Petersburg State University, Russia
Sergey Parinov — Central Economic Mathematical Institute, RAS, Russia
Vladimir Pleshko – RCO Ltd., Russia
Galina Proskudina – Institute of Software Systems, NAS, Ukraine
Andreas Rauber – Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Vladimir Serebryakov – A. A. Dorodnitsyn Computing Center, RAS, Russia
Vladislav Shirikov – Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Russia
Nikolay Skvortsov – Institute of Informatics Problems, RAS, Russia
Valery Sokolov – Yaroslavl State University, Russia
Alexander Sychev — Voronezh State University, Russia
Alexey Ushakov – Santa Barbara University, California, USA
Natalia Vassilleva — HP Labs, Russia
Vladimir Vdovitsyn – Karelian Research Centre, RAS, Russia
Yuri Zagorulko — A. P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems, SB RAS
Victor Zakharov – Institute of Informatics Problems, RAS, Russia
Olga Zhelenkova – Special Astrophysical Observatory, RAS, Russia
Oleg Zhizhimov – Institute of Computational Technologies, Siberian Branch of RAS, Russia
Sergey Znamensky – Program System Institute, RAS, Russia

ORGANIZING COMMETTEE
Chairman
Alexander Rusakov – Yaroslavl State University

Deputy Chairman
Galina Shamatonova – Yaroslavl State University

Members of Organizing Committee
Vladimir Smirnov – Yaroslavl State University
Victor Zakharov – Institute of Informatics Problems of RAS
Natalia Krjanovskaya – Karelian Research Centre, RAS
Anna Mazaletskaya – Yaroslavl State University
Valentina Morozova – Yaroslavl State University

CONTACTS
Galina Shamatonova
E-mail: rcdl2013@uniyar.ac.ru
Yaroslavl State University, Sovetskaya st., 14, Yaroslavl, 150028, Russia
 

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