Full papers for LNIPB book of proceeding: January 8th, 2024
Extended abstracts: January 8th, 2024
Poster abstracts: January 8th, 2024
Doctoral consortium: March 17th, 2024
This year, there will be three types of submissions (abstracts, extended abstracts, and full papers) and two types of presentations (oral and poster). When submitting your work, the following publication options will be available:
Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNIBP) book of proceedings
- Full papers for oral presentation
The authors choosing this option must submit a full paper up to 12 pages using the Springer template. Two Springer proceedings will be published: GDN Series and EWGDSS Series.
Springer template available for download here
Deadline: January 8th, 2024.
Local book of proceedings
- Abstracts – for poster presentation
500-word abstracts are intended to pitch poster presentations. Abstracts and related posters should follow the conference poster guidelines.
Abstract template available for download here
- Deadline: January 8th, 2024.
- Extended abstracts and full papers – for oral presentation
Extended abstracts should be up to 3000 words and use the conference template.
Conference Paper template available for download here
Deadline: January 8th, 2024.
After acceptance, authors may submit a revised version of the extended abstract or expand it to a full paper up to 6000 words. Deadline: April 30th, 2024.
All submissions may refer to ongoing or complete works, are subjected to the evaluation and acceptance of the Programme Committee and will be handled using the EasyChair platform.
After the conference, authors of extended abstracts and full papers submitted to the local book of proceedings may be invited to submit a full paper to the conference’s special issues by the corresponding guest editors.
Researchers working toward a Ph.D. in GDN or DSS are invited to submit proposals for the Doctoral Consortium (DC). This event provides an opportunity for graduate students to explore their research interests in an interdisciplinary workshop under the guidance of a panel of distinguished experts in the field. During the DC, students present their research work in a relaxed and supportive environment, receive feedback and suggestions from experienced faculty members, discuss concerns about research, and network with faculty, peers, and future colleagues. The DC submissions should include the following information: motivation, including research aims and research questions, theoretical foundations, research approach, preliminary results (if applicable), an overview of the schedule, and an indication of the current state. They should adhere to the guidelines and templates for extended abstracts and full papers. Accepted submissions will be included in local proceedings, and they will remain free of copyright. The Doctoral Consortium will take place on Sunday, June 2nd. Deadline: March 17th, 2024.