Call for Papers

Aims and Scope

The main objective of the ADBIS series of conferences is to provide a forum for the dissemination of research
accomplishments and to promote interaction and collaboration between the database and information systems research
communities from European countries and the rest of the world. The ADBIS conferences provide an international
platform for the presentation of research on database theory, development of advanced DBMS technologies and their
advanced applications.

ADBIS 2020 will consist of regular sessions with technical contributions reviewed and selected by an international
program committee, as well as of invited talks presented by leading scientists. The official language of the conference will be English.

Topics

  • Data-intensive sciences and
    databases
  • Theoretical foundations of
    databases
  • Management of large-scale data
    systems
  • Data models and query
    languages
  • Database monitoring and (self-)
    tuning
  • Data curation, annotation, and
    provenance
  • Data warehousing, OLAP, and
    ETL tools
  • Indexing, query processing and
    optimization
  • Data mining and knowledge
    discovery
  • Big data storage, replication,
    and consistency
  • Modelling, mining and querying
    user-generated content
  • Data quality and data cleansing
  • Web, XML and semi-structured
    databases  
  • Sensor databases and mobile data management
  • Text databases and information
    retrieval
  • Probabilistic databases,
    uncertainty and approximate
    querying
  • Temporal and spatial databases
  • Graph databases
  • Databases on emerging hardware
    architectures  
  • Distributed data platforms,
    including Cloud data systems, key-value stores, and Big Data systems
  • Distributed ledger technologies
  • Information extraction and
  • integration
  • Streaming data analysis
  • Scalable data analysis and
    analytics
  • Data and information visualization;
    and user interfaces
  • Information quality and usability
  • Information system architectures
    and networking
  • Business process modelling and
    optimization
  • Data and information flow
    engineering and management
  • Context-aware and adaptive
    information systems
  • Data and information intensive
    services
  • Requirements engineering for
    databases and information systems
  • Artificial intelligence in databases
    and information systems
  • Data, information, and information
    systems security
  • Innovative platforms for data and
    information handling
  • Innovative approaches for
    database and information systems
    engineering
  • Novel database and information
    systems applications
  • Challenges and novel approaches
    in teaching databases and
    information
    systems  

Important Dates

Paper submission: March 20, 2020

Notification of acceptance: May 5, 2020

Camera ready due: June 5, 2020

Paper Submission

The organizers of ADBIS 2020 invite original papers (not submitted in elsewhere in parallel) describing results that
broadly belong to both theory and practice of databases and information systems. The aforementioned list of topics is not
exhaustive and we welcome novel results addressing topics not included in the list.

The page limits are as follows: (1) full research papers – 14 LNCS style pages, (2) short – 10 LNCS style pages.

Papers must be submitted via Easy Chair.

Paper Publishing

Full research papers will be published in the Springer LNCS series. Short research papers will be published in the Springer CCIS series.

The best full research papers will be invited to special issues of the international journals Information Systems and Information Systems Frontiers with, for the latter, a special focus on topics related to the Management of data issued from a connected world.

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