Information on Registration for the Workshop
The beginning of September is very intensive touristic season in Budapest. Available rooms in the hotel might be soon limited. So please make your decision as early as possible, book your room through the conference site in time and register for the conference and / or for the workshops.
One or more of the authors must register for the workshop on the conference web site http://www.adbis2018.org/ and attend ISTREND 2018 (ADBIS 2018) Workshop to present the paper.
Naturally, you may attend the ADBIS 2018 conference as well, and register for it separately and pay the registration fee.
Payment: you can create and download your pro-forma invoice using the on-line registration system. The deadline for payment is 8 days. Please note, that the registration fee should be received by the conference organizers not later than 20th June, 2018.
20th June , 2018 – Camera-ready papers
20th June, 2018- Registration
30th June, 2018 – Fulfillment of the payment of the registration fee
September 02, 2018 – Workshop
Submitted papers should present substantially original results not currently under review or published elsewhere. Papers should be written in English and must comply with the Springer formatting guidelines (instructions for authors are available at https://www.springer.com/gp/authors-editors/conference-proceedings/conference-proceedings-guidelines).
- LaTeX2e Proceedings Templates (zip)
- Microsoft Word Proceedings Templates (zip)
- Microsoft Word 2003 Proceedings Templates (zip, 229kb)
- Your ORCID identifier
- Guidelines & copyright forms.
- The corresponding author of each paper, acting on behalf of all of the authors of that paper, must complete and sign a Consent-to-Publish form, through which the copyright for their paper is transferred to Springer.”
- Guidelines for proceedings authors (pdf)
- Instructions for CCIS Authors
- CCIS copyright form for Workshops of ADBIS 2018
- Contract_Book_Contributor_Consent_to_Publish_CCIS_SIP ADBIS Workshop 2018
- “Authors should consult Springer‘s authors’ guidelines and use their proceedings templates, either for LaTeX or for Word, for the preparation of their papers.
- Springer encourages authors to include their ORCIDs in their papers.
Papers should be formatted either in Latex and submitted in PDF format, or *. doc format using the online submission system.
Paper length is limited to 12 pages.
The camera-ready version of each
accepted papers (sources in a zip + separate pdf) and the filled and
manually signed copyright form (in pdf obtained after scanning) should
be uploaded as proceeding author into EasyChair, Proceeding Papers.
“3.1 Copyright Form
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author must be available to check the paper before it is published. Please note that
once a paper has been delivered to Springer, changes relating to the authorship of the
paper cannot be made. Authors names cannot be added or deleted, their order cannot
be changed, and the corresponding author cannot be altered.” (Springer_Guidelines_for_Authors_of_Proceedings)
If any of the authors contributing to ADBIS Workshops 2018 are interested in Open Access or Open Choice, please refer to our webpage. We would need the address(es) for the invoice(s) and the CC-BY Consent-to-Publish form(s) at the same time as the files for the publication.
Volume editors and authors who have included their email addresses in their papers will receive an email roughly four weeks after publication of the proceedings, linking them to their personal My Springer page. From here, they will be able to download the pdf of the entire volume. In addition, authors and editors are entitled to a 40% discount off Springer publications. Details are given on the MySpringer page.
The workshop main goals:
The goal of the workshop is to provide a forum to present and discuss finished and on-going work in Information’s Systems research and its applications. A special focus is given to current trends in conjunction with modeling. The workshop expects contributions that leverage the use of Information Systems for Digital Innovation and the Digital Transformation by modeling and architecture-center approaches considering the trend of Industrial Internet (Industry 4.0).
The various models and description and design approaches for architecture of information systems can be investigated; those approaches that reflect the different facets of an operating environment in a socio-technological ecosystem that includes components as human resources, business processes, processes of data and information, applications, IoT, mobile equipment etc. Their relationships to each other and to the environment, furthermore the principles for guiding its design and evolution could be analyzed. The scientific methods for the examination of such a complex environment is the Design Science Research and Case Study Paradigm. The experiences of using the before-mentioned scientific paradigms as meta-methodologies can be summarized as well and the experience can yield insights into the successful results
The list of a workshop topics:
The Current Trends in Information Systems, and their Architecture workshop provides a platform for researchers and practitioners to share research and experiences and discuss emerging developments in the area of advanced information systems modeling and architecture in enterprises; moreover, the scientific and rigorous investigation and analysis of research, development and design artifacts. The core theme of the workshop is the role of Information Systems within the mainstream of Digital Innovation and the Digital Transformation in organizations, enterprises
The Workshop Chairs therefore invite authors to submit original research, research in progress and industry examples or practices on topics of interest in advanced information systems modeling and architecture in enterprise that include, but are not limited to:
- Digital Innovation in organizations and enterprises, and Information Systems as actuators;
- Digital Transformation in organizations and enterprises, and Information Systems as buttressing appliance;
- The role of IoTs in Digital Innovation and Transformation;
- Enterprise and Information Architecture for supporting Digital Innovation and Transformation;
- Methodologies, analysis and design methods for modeling Information Systems for Business Processes in the Industrial Internet (Industry 4.0);
- Methodologies, analysis and design methods for modeling Information Systems utilizing IoT-s for business purposes?
- Emerging disruptive technologies on the field of information systems modeling and architecture in enterprises, formal and semi-formal approaches.
- Design Science Research Paradigm for modeling of contemporary information systems, and their architectures;
- Design Science Research and Case Study Paradigm as the scientific methodology for examination, presentation of results, and proving the validity of the proposed engineering, development and formal methods.
WORKSHOP PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Bálint Molnár Eötvös University of Budapest chair Udo Bub ELTE, Eötvös Loránd University chair Witold Abramowicz Poznan University of Economics and Business Robert Mueller-Toeroek University of Public Administration and Finance Ludwigsburg Viorica Varga Babes-Bolyai University Cluj Napoca Tamás Orosz Obuda University Márta Seebauer Óbuda University Anna Medve University of Pannonia, Dep. Electrical Engineering and Information Systems Peter Dobay Pecs University
Call for Papers
ADBIS 2018, 22nd European Conference on Advances in Databases and Information Systems,ISTREND 2018 (ADBIS 2018): Current Trends in contemporary Information Systems and their Architectures
September 2, 2018, Budapest, Hungary
Accepted (and presented) papers will be published in Springer’s Communications in Computer and Information Science series. We also plan to invite selected papers for publication in a journal.
- Udo Bub, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary.udobub[at]inf.elte.hu
- Bálint Molnár, ELTE, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary, molnarba[at]inf.elte.hu