[CogSci] Call for Papers - ODV4DT: Open Data Value for Digital Transformations // SOTICS2020 [Last call]

Anastasija Ņikiforova anastasija.nikiforova at lu.lv
Wed Aug 26 07:57:00 PDT 2020

Dear Sir/ Madam,

As a member of the SOTICS 2020 (The Tenth International Conference on Social Media Technologies, Communication, and Informatics) committee and the chair of special track ODV4DT: Open Data Value for Digital Transformations, I'd like to invite you to submit your papers/posters/presentation/demos proposals (Submission deadline: August 24 (extended) September 12).

SOTICS 2020, and in particular “ODV4DT: Open Data Value for Digital Transformations”, provides an excellent international forum for the exchange of ideas on open data (including, Big Data, Linked Data, open government data, geospatial data) related topics covering them from different aspects. This could be an excellent opportunity for researches, practitioners, students and other stakeholders to exchange their ideas and to receive valuable feedback on a broad range of issues related to [linked] open data and open data government, which is one of the drivers of the open data initiative. We accept both, theoretical and practical contributions that can be at different stages, from the first steps towards a solution to very mature results.

Potential topics include, but are not limited to:

  *   The role of open data in different domains ([bio]medicine, culture, environment, agriculture, region and cities, economy and finances, governments, society, transport, education etc.)
  *   Quality of open data (including Big data, Linked data, geospatial data)
  *   [Linked] open data, OGD and e-government: challenges, opportunities
  *   Social media analysis on open data, open data government
  *   Integration of open data and social media
  *   [Linked] open data applications and innovations: open data-based services and their potential
  *   [Linked] open data processing techniques, including data standardization and homogenization: challenges, techniques, experience
  *   Visualisation of [Linked] open data
  *   Data-driven decision-making and support tools (including Business intelligence (BI))
  *   Artificial intelligence (AI) solutions to meet and exceed customers’ expectations
  *   Retrieving open data from social media
  *   Re-use of [Linked] open data: techniques, use-cases
  *   [Linked] open data on a web scale
  *   Prediction of the re-use of open data sets or how to find out the topic of interest
  *   API for open data retrieval
  *   Open data platforms and their state (in terms of usability, quality, participation and other aspects)
  *   Open data feedback: the role of social networks
  *   History and horizons or future open data concepts and their economic and social value

Important Datelines
Inform the Chair as soon as you decide to contribute

  *   Submission deadline: August 24 (extended) September 12

For more detail on the Special Track, please check http://www.iaria.org/conferences2020/filesSOTICS20/ODV4DT.pdf, however, more detail on the conference are available - http://www.iaria.org/conferences2020/SOTICS20.html

This year, SOTICS will held in a spectacular city of Porto (October 18 to October 22).

I sincerely invite you to consider submitting your contribution and distributing this Call for Papers between your colleagues and students who may be interested in it.

Please inform me by contacting me (Anastasija.Nikiforova at lu.lv<mailto:Anastasija.Nikiforova at lu.lv>) as soon as you decide to contribute to ensuring logistics in time.

Feel free to share your contribution and let’s transform data into value and knowledge, our world into open data driven world, government into open government and take a step towards better life.

Best regards,
Special Track Chair
Anastasija Nikiforova

Best regards,
Anastasija Nikiforova,
Faculty of Computing, University of Latvia
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