Call for Papers

In addition to research papers, we will also consider high quality position papers and experience papers for presentation at the workshop. All papers will be full papers of up to 15 pages in length (Springer LNCS style).

The papers should either propose new technologies and systems addressing specific information management issues in modern settings or deal with how emerging technologies can be utilized for information management. Topics of particular interest are:

  • innovative tools for personal information management
  • data management in social networks
  • dataspace systems
  • cross-media information management
  • multimedia information capture, annotation and retrieval
  • mobile databases
  • adaptive database systems
  • distributed persistent object stores
  • innovative querying mechanisms
  • technologies and tools for data integration and synchronisation
  • technologies for processing streaming data
  • mechanisms to support context-aware applications
  • technologies and tools to support agile development
  • technologies and tools for collaborative access to information
  • frameworks to support the development of mobile social applications
  • frameworks to support new forms of information interaction and visualisation