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[InetBib] Call for Research Papers and Demos - International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries 2011 (TPDL 2011)

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CALL FOR PAPERS 1st International Conference on Theory and Practice of 
Digital Libraries 2011

Over the last years, Digital Libraries have taken over a central role in 
our society. The process of acquiring, creating, processing, retrieving, 
disseminating, and using knowledge, information, data and metadata has 
undergone and still continues to undergo significant changes. This 
includes an ever increasing public access to on-line resources, an 
evolution in the amount and diversity of resources that are available 
through this channel, a social shift in the paradigm of how to 
experience information towards interactive, globally collaborative and 
personalized approaches, and many more.
In this spirit, TPDL 2011 aims at providing a forum for researchers, 
developers, content providers and practitioners for presenting and 
discussing novel results from innovative research and systems 
development on Digital Libraries.

Authors are invited to submit research papers describing original, 
unpublished research that is not (and will not be) simultaneously under 
consideration for publication elsewhere.

TPDL 2011 solicits the submission of full (12 pages max.) and short (8 
pages max.) research papers. General areas of interests include, but are 
not limited to, the following topics, organized in four areas:

Foundations: Technology and Methodologies
- Digital libraries: architectures and infrastructures
- Metadata standards and protocols in digital library systems
- Interoperability in digital libraries, data and information integration
- Distributed and collaborative information spaces
- Systems, algorithms, and models for digital preservation
- Personalization in digital libraries
- Information access: retrieval and browsing
- Information organization
- Information visualization
- Multimedia information management and retrieval
- Multilinguality in digital libraries
- Knowledge organization and ontologies in digital libraries

Digital Humanities
- Digital libraries in cultural heritage
- Computational linguistics: text mining and retrieval
- Organizational aspects of digital preservation
- Information policy and legal aspects (e.g., copyright laws)
- Social networks and networked information
- Human factors in networked information
- Scholarly primitives

Research Data
- Architectures for large-scale data management (e.g., Grids, Clouds)
- Cyberinfrastructures: architectures, operation and evolution
- Collaborative information environments
- Data mining and extraction of structure from networked information
- Scientific data curation
- Metadata for scientific data, data provenance
- Services and workflows for scientific data
- Data and knowledge management in virtual organizations

Applications and User Experience
- Multi-national digital library federations (e.g., Europeana)
- Digital Libraries in eGovernment, elearning, eHealth, eScience, 
- Semantic Web and Linked Data
- User studies for and evaluation of digital library systems and 
- Personal information management and personal digital libraries
- Enterprise-scale knowledge and information management
- User behaviour and modelling
- User mobility and context awareness in information access
- User interfaces for digital libraries

All research papers must be written in English and follow the formatting 
guidelines of Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS).
Research papers must be up to 12 pages of length for long papers, up to 
8 pages for short papers, and must be submitted via the conference 
submission system. All papers will be reviewed by at least 3 members of 
the programme committee. Paper acceptance can be as long paper, short 
paper or poster.
The size of the poster should not exceed ISO A0 (portrait) size -- 
maximum height of 1189mm (46.81 inches) and maximum width of 841mm 
(33.11 inches).
The proceedings will be published as a volume of Springer's Lecture 
Notes on Computer Science (LNCS) series.
All papers need to be submitted via the EasyChair conference submission 

CALL FOR DEMOS 1st International Conference on Theory and Practice of 
Digital Libraries 2011

Demos provide researchers with an opportunity to present their work in 
an informal and interactive manner, and obtain direct feedback about 
their work from a wide audience.
Demos showcase innovative digital libraries technology and applications, 
ranging from research prototypes to operational systems, allowing you to 
share your work directly with your colleagues in a high-visibility setting.

We invite the submission of posters and demos on all topics mentioned in 
the Call for Research Papers.

- Demo submissions consist of a 4-page paper, which must be formatted 
according to Springer's LNCS guidelines, and submitted via the 
conference submission system.
- Accepted demos will be allocated up to 4 pages for the written paper 
in the TPDL 2011 proceedings. The proceedings will be published as a 
volume of Springer's Lecture Notes on Computer Science (LNCS) series.
- Accepted demos will be presented at a plenary poster and demo session 
during the TPDL 2011 conference.
- For demos, authors will be required to bring laptop computers or other 
appropriate equipment, as no equipment will be provided.

All abstracts for posters and demos need to be submitted via the 
EasyChair conference submission system:


Continuing a tradition, the TPDL 2011 Doctoral Consortium (DC) serves as 
a forum for PhD students to share ideas about the development and use of 
Digital Libraries, compare approaches, discuss future research problems 
and receive feedback from the international Digital Library community. 
The Doctoral Consortium aims to:

- provide PhD students with a friendly and lively atmosphere for 
presenting their research ideas, exchange experiences with peers, and 
receive constructive feedback on their work from the international 
research community;
- help students and doctoral candidates formulate research questions and 
organise their research;
- help forge new relationships and collaborations within the 
International Digital Library community, promoting collaborative 
research; and
- support a new generation of researchers with information and advice on 
academic, research, industrial, and non-traditional career paths.

The TPDL 2011 DC invites PhD students whose doctoral research is related 
to digital libraries and at a stage of progress where feedback from the 
international community might be of value, to submit extended abstracts 
of up to 10 pages describing their work. It is expected that students 
who submit extended abstracts, will have finished the first part of 
their research (one-two years of their studies) and be still in the 
middle of their research work.

A panel of prominent researchers participating in the TPDL Programme 
Committee will conduct the workshop. They will review all the 
submissions and comment on the content of the work as well as on the 
presentation. Students will have 20 minutes to present their research, 
focusing on the main theme of their thesis, what they have achieved so 
far and how they plan to continue their work. Another 20 minutes are 
reserved for discussion and feedback from the panel of reviewers. The 
Doctoral Consortium will take place on a single full day. Up to 12 
students will have the opportunity to participate.

Submissions should be related to one or more of the conference themes as 
stated in the Call for Papers. Moreover, they should be presented in a 
way that demonstrates the link to the chosen conferences theme(s), and 
they should contain:

- a clear formulation of the research topic and research hypotheses;
- an outline of the significant problems in the field and their current 
- a description of the proposed approach and its expected contributions;
- a discussion of preliminary results; and
- an evaluation (-plan) of the research.

All papers must be written in English and follow Springer's LNCS 
guidelines. Please send your submission directly by email to the 
doctoral consortium chair Milena Dobreva (milena.dobreva@xxxxxxxxxxxx). 
Abstracts of the papers will be published in the conference proceedings.

Abstract submission deadline (full and short papers): March 21, 2011
Research paper submission: March 28, 2011 (midnight HAST, GMT -10hrs)
Demo submission: March 28, 2011
Doctoral consortium submission: March 28, 2011
Notification of acceptance (research paper, poster, demo, doctoral 
consortium): May 23, 2011

Workshop proposal submission: February 14, 2011
Tutorial proposal submission: February 14, 2011
Panel proposal submission: February 14, 2011
Notification of acceptance (workshop, tutorial, panel): March 14, 2011

Submission of final version (research paper, abstract for poster, demo, 
workshop, tutorial, panel and doctoral consortium): June 6, 2011

All information can be found on our website: http://www.tpdl2011.org

Conference Officers
General Chair:
Stefan Gradmann, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Germany

Programme Co-Chairs:
Carlo Meghini, ISTI-CNR, Italy
Heiko Schuldt, University of Basel, Switzerland

Programme Committee

TPDL 2011 - International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital 
(formerly known as ECDL)
Main conference: September 26-28, 2011
Tutorials, Workshops: September 25, 29, 2011
Venue: Erwin Schrödinger-Zentrum Adlershof, Berlin, Germany
Conference Website: http://www.tpdl2011.org
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/TPDL2011
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TPDL2011

Marlies Olensky
Research assistant
Local organising chair TPDL 2011
Berlin School of Library and Information Science
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Dorotheenstrasse 26, D-10117 Berlin
Tel.: +49-30-2093-4253



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