ICADL 2015 : Asian Digital Library Conference 2015
Call For Papers
Call for Papers
Asian Digital Library Conference 2015 (ICADL2015)
Yonsei University, Seoul Korea
December 9-12, 2015
Since its inception in Hong Kong in 1998, the Asian Digital Library Conference has become an important forum for researchers, educators, and practitioners to share their experiences and innovative developments. This year the ICADL Conference Series returns to Seoul Korea with Yonsei University as the host.
The 2015 Asian Digital Library Conference will explore digital libraries as a broad foundation for interaction with information and information management in a digital world. We particularly welcome work relating to the conference theme of providing high-quality digital information, regardless of whether it is raw data streams, numeric, audio-visual, mapping, 3D content, text, social media, compound publications or the metadata that describes the resource and its provenance.
Topics include but are not limited to:
Cloud-based Content Management
Cultural Heritage and Digital Humanities
Data Analytics, Citation, Curation, Integration and Management
Decision Support Systems
Discourse, Argumentation, and Narrative
Discovery and Retrieval
Entertainment and Game Informatics
Event Gazetteers and Ontologies
Geographic Information Systems
Human-Computer and Computer-Mediated Information Interaction
Informatics Applications (in Health, Environment, Law, and Social Sciences)
Linked Open Data
Multimodal Interaction and Delivery
News and eJournalism
Next Generation Scholarly Communication
Quality Control and Trust/Uncertainty Metrics
Semantic Web and Schemas
Text and Social Media Mining
Security and Trusted Information
Technical papers may include contributions to research, system evaluation, infrastructure and architecture, case studies, and social and institutional policy.
· FULL PAPERS (due July 19)
Full papers report significant original results. Maximum 10 pages.
· SHORT PAPERS (due July 19)
Short papers describe modest but complete results. Maximum 4 pages.
· POSTERS (due Sept 21)
Present innovative projects and projects with early but interesting results.
Maximum 2 pages.
All papers must be original contributions and not previously published nor currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. Papers must be written in English.
Submissions should be made through EasyChair starting June 1, 2015. All submissions should conform to LNCS format.
All accepted technical papers will be published in the conference proceedings as part of Springer Verlag's Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.
· PANELS (due Aug 28)
Panels should propose 3-5 confirmed speakers who will address alternative positions and perspectives on a controversial topic.
Submit cover page and one paragraph about each speaker’s approach.
· WORKSHOPS (contact firstname.lastname@example.org)
Workshops bringing together groups of researchers interested in advanced topics are especially encouraged.