IEEE RCIS 2013
Seventh IEEE International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science, May 29-31 2013, Paris, France
The Seventh IEEE International Conference on Research Challenges in Information Science (RCIS) aims at providing an international forum for scientists, researchers, engineers and developers from a wide range of information science areas to exchange ideas and approaches in this evolving field. While presenting research findings and state-of-art solutions, you are especially invited to share experiences on new research challenges.
High quality papers in all information science areas are solicited. Original papers exploring research challenges will receive especially careful interest from reviewers. Papers that have already been accepted or are currently under review for other conferences or journals will not be considered for publications at RCIS 2013. The authors of papers that obtain the highest marks in the reviewing process will be invited to submit an extended version to a journal.
RCIS 2013 will have a panel of events with papers, posters, demos and doctoral consortium. The program is available here.
Proceedings will be published by IEEE (ISBN #978-1-4673-2914-9) and will be entered on DBLP.
Registration process opened: more information here
Prof. Dr. Ir. Wil van der Aalst, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The
Prof. John Mylopoulos, University of Trento, Italy
Prof. Dr. Klaus Pohl, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
More information about Keynote Speakers here
- Information System Engineering
- Requirements Engineering
- Database and Information System Integration
- Data Management
- Information Search and Discovery
- Software Testing
- Human-Computer Interaction
- Web Information Systems
- Grid Computing and Cloud Computing
- Social Computing
- User Centred Approaches
- Decision Information Systems
- Knowledge Management
- Knowledge Discovery from Data
- Business Process Analysis, Modelling and Design
- Business Applications
- Information Security Risk
- Information and Value Management
Research Challenges in Information Science Series