IDEAS 2010 : International Database Engineering and Applications Symposium
Conference Series : International Database Engineering and Applications Symposium
Call For Papers
I D E A S ' 10
International Database Engineering & Applications Symposium
Montreal, QC, CANADA, 16-18 August 2010
CALL FOR PAPERS
The aim of the IDEAS series of symposiums is to address the
engineering and application aspects of databases.
IDEAS series of symposiums are scheduled annually and have been held
since 1997 in North America, Europe and Asia and has attracted
participants from governmental and non-governmental agencies,
industries, and academia.
IDEAS'10 invites quality papers describing original research and new
findings on technological and theoretical aspects of database
engineering and applications. In particular, we welcome submissions
describing work on integrating new technologies into products and
applications, on experiences with existing and novel techniques, and
on the identification of unsolved challenges. We consider this
symposium to be an important forum to discuss experiences in applying
databases to actual situations. Authors are invited to submit papers
in English, reporting recent research in the area of databases,
applications, experience in related fields. While research papers
should report original research work, experience and application
papers should describe the development and operations of challenging
database related systems and applications.
The symposium plans to have focused sessions in the following areas:
* Core databases technology
* Query processing and optimization
* Databases and XML
* Data models and languages
* Data quality, integration, exchange and warehousing
* Knowledge Discovery, Data and Process mining
* Databases for e-commerce, e-governance, and other e-applications
* Bio-medical, life science and medical databases
* Privacy and security issues
* Semantic Web and Web 2.0 vs. databases
* P2P and Networked Data Management
* Stream Databases
* Emerging database technologies
Paper submission deadline: March 12, 2010
Acceptance notice: June 12, 2010
Camera-ready copies due: July 9, 2010
Conference: August 16-18, 2010
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CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS
Proposals are invited for workshops to be held in conjunction with the
symposium, in the areas of interest within the scope of conference. The
detailed proposals should reach the program chairs by 14 May, 2008.
It is also planned to hold a special workshop for doctoral candidates from
Organized by: Concordia University (Montreal, Canada), with the
cooperation of ACM, BytePress and ConfSys.org.
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The Symposium venue will be Concordia University, Montreal. One of
Canada's most innovative universities, Concordia values
inter-disciplinary approaches to learning, and is dedicated to
offering the best possible scholarship, research and training. The
total enrollment currently at is over 43,000. Montreal is the second
largest French speaking city in the world with a large proportion of
English speakers and myriads of other languages are represented in the
population. The average temperature in August is 25C.