Official language of the conference is English. Papers undergo international double blind peer review and are indexed in relevant databases.
Submitted papers should be related to one or more of the main topics of the Conference
1. Governmental and Business Sector Informatics (G&B)
2. e-Health Applications and Solutions (e-H)
3. Human-Computer Interaction and Language Technologies (HCI<)
4. Digitisation, Records Management and Digital Preservation (D-RM-DP)
5. Personal Digital Information Management (PDIM)
6. e-Science (eSCI)
7. Her.IT.age (HIT)
8. Community Informatics and Service-learning (CI-SL)
9. Integration of ICT in Education (ICT-E)
10. e-Encyclopaedia (e-E) - topic organised in association with The Miroslav Krleža Institute of Lexicography
Conference topics in detail
1. Governmental and Business Sector Informatics (G&B) - e-Services, Governmental e-solutions, G2B, G2C, B2B, B2C, Data security and integrity, Business continuity and disaster recovery techniques, Legal informatics, Implementation of new regulations: GDPR, e-IDAS, Human factor, Software reliability, Project management, Marketing and digital economy, Cloud solutions, Mobile applications, Web applications, Business intelligence, Business analytics, Big data, Internet of things, Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery, eDiscovery, User Data Analysis, Cryptocurrencies and disruptive technologies...
2. e-Health Applications and Solutions (e-H) - Medical image analysis and biomedical visualization, Computer-aided diagnosis, Telemedicine, Telehealth and remote monitoring...
3. Human-Computer Interaction and Language Technologies (HCI<) - Semantic web studies, Computational intelligence, Machine translation, Natural language processing, Assistive technologies, Ontologies, Machine learning...
4. Digitisation, Records Management and Digital Preservation (D-RM-DP) - Standards and methodologies in digitisation, Innovations in music recognition, OCR and ICR, Technological advancements of AV and 3D digitisation, Use of blockchain in records management, Records management solutions, Computer generated description, Crowdsourcing solutions for digital humanities, Evolving metadata standards, Metadata exchange and aggregation, PAIS and OAIS based solutions, Standardisation of SIPs, AIPs and DIPs, Long term preservation – new solutions for conversion, emulation, migration and virtualisation, Trust in digital records, Freedom of information, Data protection, Right to be forgotten...
5. Personal Digital Information Management (PDIM) - Management of information by individuals for their own personal use, Contemporary personal fonds and collections, Creation of virtual collections from material stored on various cloud and communication services, Virtual arrangement and archival description of electronic personal fonds...
6. e-Science (eSCI) - Methods, resources, research data creation, research data evaluation and research data management, Online collaboration, Developments in scientific publishing...
7. Her.IT.age (HIT) - Heritage and information and communications technology; Heritage and new technologies; Multimedia & mobile for heritage interpretation and presentation; Heritage, ICT & tourism; Heritage documentation...
8. Community Informatics and Service-learning (CI-SL) - Community-engaged learning & ICT, Community-based learning & ICT, Social media applications...
9. Integration of ICT in Education (ICT-E) - ICT integration in curricula, Teacher and student experiences, Integration of digitised heritage resources in education, ICT curriculum analysis, Innovative teaching solutions...
10. e-Encyclopaedia (e-E) - ICT-based lexicography & encyclopedistics, Knowledge organisation, Networking and dissemination, Open access online encyclopaedias and dictionaries, Integration of reference works in research, education and popularisation of science, Biographical data and reference works, Lexicography and encyclopaedistics as a component of digital humanities... (This topic is organised in cooperation with The Miroslav Krleža Institute of Lexicography)
We accept the following paper categories
Full paper (up to 10 pages)
Finished or consolidated R&D works, to be included in one of the Conference topics. These papers will be classified as one of the following categories: original scientific paper, review or professional paper.
Short paper (up to 5 pages)
Ongoing works with relevant preliminary results open to discussion. These papers will be classified as one of the following categories: preliminary communication or professional paper.
Case study (up to 6 pages)
Papers with focused research presenting in-depth and detailed investigation of a subject relevant to a Conference topic.
Project presentation (up to 6 pages)
Presentation of a project, project results, solutions, research problems etc., focused on a Conference topic.
Company paper (up to 4 pages)
Companies’ papers that show practical experience, R&D, tools, etc., focused on a Conference topic.
Tool demonstration paper (up to 4 pages)
Papers that demonstrate functionalities or possibilities of software and/or hardware solutions focused on a Conference topic.
Poster paper (up to 4 pages)
Initial work with relevant ideas, open to discussion. Poster should be displayed during the conference.