ICDL2019

Digital Transformation
for an agile environment
November 6–8, 2019 | New Delhi

Call For Papers

ICDL invites original papers typed on MS Word 2000. The word limit for each paper is 5000 words. All papers should be written in English, conforming to the submission guidelines for acceptance for presentation in the conference. Each submitted paper will be reviewed by a panel of experts and only well-researched and well-written papers will be accepted for presentation. It is expected that all accepted papers will be presented at the conference by the author(s). A few papers shall also be selected for the poster session presentation. The conference proceedings that will be distributed to the participants will include the selected papers (for presentation at the conference) and abstracts (selected for presentation in the poster session). Papers may be submitted to the ICDL secretariat online,

Important Dates

31 July 2019 - Submission of full papers
01 September 2019 - Notification of acceptance of paper with comments
01 October 2019 - Submission of the final paper after incorporating comments

Topics for contributions (but are not limited to) include the following.

Open Data Mining and Discovery

  • Big Data in Knowledge Discovery
  • Data Mining in the Linked Data Cloud
  • Text/Web/Social/User Behaviour Mining
  • Data Structures, Frameworks, and Models underlying Knowledge and Data Mining
  • Natural Language Pressing and Sentiment Analysis
  • Data and Information Retrieval (e.g. cross­ language retrieval, interactive retrieval methods, multimedia and cross­modal information retrieval)
  • Data and Information Quality
  • Mobile and Ubiquitous Data Management and Processing
  • Open Data/Open Access
  • Open Research Strategies
  • Open Innovation and Crowd Funding
  • Visualization of Knowledge, Semantic Information and Linked Data
  • Data Schemes and Interoperability Formats
  • Application of Massive Open Online MOOCs in blended learning environment

Social Media and Analytics

  • Social Media, Social Web, and Social Network Analysis
  • Collaborative Knowledge Creation and Crowdsourcing
  • Information Quality and Knowledge Maturing
  • Community Evolution
  • Social Information Seeking and Recommended Systems
  • Social Search and Retrieval Systems
  • Temporal and Spatial Analysis of Social and Information Networks
  • Social­Semantic­ Content Networks and their Analysis
  • Semantic Uplifting in Social Networks
  • Social Gaming and Human Computing
  • Mobile Social Networking and Mobile web

Knowledge and Innovation Management

  • Enterprise 4.0
  • Mobile Work and Performance Support
  • Service Innovation
  • Personal Information Management
  • Innovation Process and Knowledge Maturing
  • Knowledge Transfer and Experience Management
  • Process­ oriented Knowledge Management
  • Increasing Efficiency and Measurement Approaches
  • Convergence of Knowledge Management and Learning
  • Skill and Competency Management
  • Service­ oriented Architecture and Knowledge

Digital Research

  • Digital Library Development, architecture and management
  • Information Storage and Retrieval Systems
  • Multi­ linguality and Interoperability
  • Digital Rights Management
  • Digital Preservation and Access Management
  • Digital Library Case Studies and Best Practices
  • E-Learning and E­Publishing
  • Digital Library Standards and Policy
  • Open Archive Initiatives (OAI)/ Post Metadata Harvesting (PMH)
  • Multimedia Content Management
  • Sustainable Digital Library Model
  • Dl Service Marketing
  • Semantic and Ontology,
  • Taxonomy Management