Target audience

For participation at the conference the specialists from such DID as X-informatics (where X = astro, bio, chemo, geo, medicine, neuro, physics, etc.), social science, economy, finance, etc., as well as specialists in the areas of statistics, data mining, machine learning, informatics, data science, new technologies and IT, business, etc. are invited. Representatives of RCDL community are invited for submission of papers related to usual for RCDL topics, such as conceptual modeling, ontologies, data semantics, linguistics, NLP, multilingual text data, organization of new scientific data collectio- tutorials. Students and PhD students are welcome to participate at the conference with any kind of contribution related to the conference.

Categories of contributions to be submitted for publication and presentation

  • regular papers reflecting original scientific results (up to 8 pages);
  • short papers (work in progress) (up to 4 pages);
  • posters (up to two pages);
  • demos (up to two pages);
  • PhD workshop submissions – up to 6 pages;
  • tutorials (proposals should be submitted to the PC co-chairs).

Please pay attention to submission guidelines

Paper texts are submitted to the Program committee in digital form by the CMT system in PDF and DOCX format (instruction can be found at website).

Satellite Events

The conference organizers are soliciting proposals for satellite events to be organized in conjunction or included into the conference program. The goal is to provide a place for in-depth discussion of specific topics in the broad scope of the major conference. For the list of topics follow in this page.

The following types of satellite events will be considered:

  • Open workshops: a workshop is considered open if the selection of submission to be presented at the workshop is based on anonymous reviewing by the workshop program committee.
  • Workshops by invitation: the selection of material to be presented at such workshop is up to workshop organizers.
  • Invited sessions: such events are limited to one session including an invited talk and up to 3 short presentations selected on the base of anonymous reviewing. The session should be integrated into the program of the conference alongside with the regular sessions.

More information on the satellite events and rules of their submission can be found at the Satellite Events page.

Important dates

Paper submission 18.06.2017
Tutorial application submission 04.06.2017
Notification of acceptance 20.07.2017
Camera-ready papers 15.08.2017
PhD Workshop
Paper submission 23.06.2017
Notification of acceptance 20.07.2017
Camera-ready papers 15.08.2017
Satellite Events
Satellite Event submission 16.04.2017
Notification of acceptance 30.04.2017