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[InetBib] 24th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries

Dear list-members,

In addition to the call for papers for the TPDL2020 you'll find here the call 
for workshops:

Call for Workshops

TPDL 2020
24th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries

Lyon, France, 25-28 August 2020.


TPDL 2020 will be co-located with
- 24th European Conference on Advances in Databases and Information Systems
- 16th EDA days on Business Intelligence & Big Data

Digital libraries and repositories store, manage, represent and disseminate 
rich and heterogeneous data that are often of enormous cultural, scientific, 
educational, artistic, and social value. Serving as digital ecosystems for 
empowering researchers and practitioners they provide unparalleled 
opportunities for novel knowledge extraction and discovery. New applications 
rise novel challenges that can only be addressed in an interdisciplinary 
community of researchers and practioners from various disciplines such as 
Digital Humanities, Information Sciences and others. TPDL 2020 attempts to 
facilitate establishing connections and convergences between these communities 
that could benefit from (and contribute to) the ecosystems offered by digital 
libraries and repositories. To become especially useful to the diverse research 
and practitioner communities, digital libraries need to consider special needs 
and requirements for effective data utilization, management and exploitation.

The Organizing Committee of ADBIS/TPDL/EDA 2020 invites interested individuals, 
research teams, societies and project groups to submit their proposals for 
workshops to be organized in the frame of the conference.

The workshop proposals should be up to 3 pages long and include the following:
- A concise title of the workshop.

- Proposed duration of the workshop (half or full day).

- The names and the affiliations of the organizers. The organizers should add a 
short biographical note with their areas of expertise and their experience in 
organizing workshops or related events.

- An outline of the workshop’s objectives and targets. The outline should also 
address the workshop’s:

   o theme and its main topics
   o the importance of the workshop in view of the conference and its relevance 
   o format (the number of papers, the number of invited speakers, type of 
activities (e.g., short paper presentation, invited talk, demo, poster, etc.), 
and an approximate timeline (breaks should be synchronized with scheduled 
breaks if possible).

- The expected participants in the workshop. If the workshop has been organized 
before, either in the frame of TPDL or any other conference, the organizers 
should also report the previous attendance, the outcomes, any post-workshop 
publication venue, etc.

- A description of the workshop processes, such as the peer review process, a 
tentative list of PC members that have agreed or will be approached to serve 
the workshop, the timeline, advertisement, etc.

Authors are invited to submit their proposal by e-mail to 

Important Dates
Submission of workshop proposals: January 26, 2020
Notification of workshop acceptance: February 5, 2020

Workshop Paper submission: April 4, 2020
Notification of acceptance: May 5, 2020
Camera ready due: June 5, 2020

Workshop papers publication
Workshop papers papers will be published in the Springer CCIS series.

The best workshop papers will be invited to a special issue of the journal 
Computer Science and Information Systems.

Bernhard Wirth
Stabsstelle Ausbildung und Öffentlichkeitsarbeit

Goethe-Universitaet Frankfurt am Main | Campus Bockenheim
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