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IRCDL 2019 - First Call for Papers

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[** Apologies for cross-posting **] 
 
**** IRCDL 2019 - First Call for Papers **** 
 
15th Italian Research Conference on Digital Libraries  
Digital Libraries: on supporting Open Science  
 
Pisa, January 31-February 1, 2019  
 
Web site: https://ircdl2019.isti.cnr.it 
 
(sponsored by the OpenAIRE-Advance project - EC-H2020 grant 777541) 
 
###### Important Dates  ######  
Submission Deadline: September 7, 2018  
Acceptance Notification: October 7, 2018  
 
###### Call for Papers ######  
 
Science is increasingly and rapidly becoming digital: research is 
commonly performed using research infrastructure services and tools 
available online or on desktop computers; digital products of science 
are encompassing also datasets, software, and experiments, thereby 
enabling the Open Science principles of "reproducibility" and 
"transparent assessment". Accordingly, to keep  their central role in 
scientific collaboration, Digital libraries must face new theoretical 
and technical challenges. With this vision in mind, IRCDL invites 
representatives from academia, government, industry, research 
communities, research infrastructures, to submit their ideas from a 
broad and multidisciplinary array of research areas including computer 
science, information science, social sciences and cultural heritage.  
 
Topics include (but are not limited to): research impact; citation, 
provenance and curation of scientific datasets; metadata definition, 
management, and curation; interlinking of research products; 
educational practices; long-term preservation of research products; 
multi-media challenges; novel Scientific Document Models; publishing 
workflows; novel peer review practices; open Science models; quality 
and evaluation of digital libraries; scholarly Communication services; 
user interfaces; and Web solutions. 
 
###### Types of submissions ######  
 
*Full research papers* describing original ideas on the listed topics 
and on other fundamental aspects of digital libraries and technology. 
Works should not exceed 12-15 pages in the LNCS template. 
 
*Short research papers* on early research results, new results on 
previous published works, demos, and projects are also welcome. Works 
should not exceed 6-9 pages in the LNCS template. 
 
This year the conference welcomes also Data papers and Software papers, 
which can be both “full” and “short” as described above: 
 
*Data papers* presenting motivations, methodology, and value behind the 
creation of datasets; e.g. annotated corpora, benchmark collections, 
training sets.  
 
*Software papers* presenting software functionality, application, and 
value for the community and encourage its re-use to a non-specialist 
reader.   
 
Articles will go through a single-blind review process. For the article 
to be included in the proceedings, at least one author of accepted 
papers is required to attend the conference. 
 
###### * Springer Proceedings CCIS * ###### 
 
Conference proceedings will be published as a volume of *Communications 
in Computer and Information Science (CCIS), Springer Verlag*. IRCDL 
2019 papers will be indexed by Scopus, Web of Science and DBLP. 
 
###### * Keynote Speaker and Open Science panels * ###### 
 
The conference will feature Susan Davidson (University of Pennsylvenia) 
as keynote speaker and will host two panels on Open Science and Digital 
Libraries. See web site for more information. 
 
 
On behalf of the IRCDL Programme Committee 
 
 
--  
Andrea Bollini 
Chief Technology and Innovation Officer 
 
4Science,  www.4science.it 
office: Via Tiburtina 652/A, 00159 Roma, Italy 
mobile: +39 333 934 1808 
skype: a.bollini 
linkedin: andreabollini 
orcid: 0000-0002-9029-1854
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