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FedCSIS Conference: Call for Papers

Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems (FedCSIS): 

Gdansk, Poland, 11 – 14 September, 2016

On behalf of organizers, we would like to invite you to consider contributing a paper to the FedCSIS 2016 – an annual international multi-conference organized by the Polish Information Processing Society (PTI).

The FedCSIS Multiconference consists of Events (conferences, symposia, workshops, special sessions). Each Event may run over any span of time within the conference dates (from half-day to three days). The FedCSIS Events provide a platform for bringing together researchers, practitioners, and academia to present and discuss ideas, challenges and potential solutions on established or emerging topics related to research and practice in computer science and information systems. Since 2012, Proceedings of the FedCSIS conference are indexed in the Thomson Reuters Web of Science.

Papers should be submitted by April 18, 2016 (strict deadline).

More information here

 

IACEE 2016: call for contributions extended till Jan 31, 2016

IACEE 2016, 15th World Conference, 17 – 20 May 2016, Porto, Portugal

Submit proposal till 31 January 2016

Organized by engineering organizations, the IACEE2016 international event will be the place to discuss the current state and best practices and foresee the future of continuing professional development (CPD). Major stakeholders are invited and interaction is sought to write the history of the future of CPD. The format of the conference will provide plenty of occasions to hear everyone´s opinion and to exchange ideas and plans.

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Call for Papers now open for EUNIS 2016

EUNIS (European University Information Systems organization) is happy to announce a CALL FOR PAPERS for its 2016 Annual Congress:

 EUNIS 2016 – Crossroads Where the Past Meets the Future

8 – 10 June 2016, Thessaloniki, Greece

This Congress presents an opportunity for sharing of experience amongst international specialists, users, researchers, decision-makers, and teaching staff from across Europe. The event provides an ideal forum to present and publish the latest results of research, development, and deployment of Information Technology in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).

Five Track Programme

The Programme is divided into five tracks. The review for each track will be overseen by a track expert and the Scientific Committee, as a whole, will manage the review of all submissions to ensure the best possible Congress Programme.

Submissions are invited under one of the five tracks below:

  • Leadership & Management
  • ICT Infrastructure & Security
  • Teaching & Learning
  • Software Development
  • OpenX & Interoperability

More information here

Please note that those author/s who wish to apply for any of the EUNIS’ Awards, a Full Paper must be submitted and be compliant with the Template Guidelines.

Call for papers closes on 15 February 2016.

Sponsored webinar: Applications anywhere – what, why, how? December, 15

Sponsored webinar: Applications Anywhere – what, why, how?

The mission of EUNIS is to help member institutions develop their IT landscape by sharing experiences and working together. Besides the main events organised by EUNIS throughout the year and the activities of our Task Forces, starting from this year we decided to add another opportunity for our members to share their experiences and best practices, promoting and organising Webinars in collaboration with our partners. The first webinar will be presented by University of Wolverhampton in cooperation with Software2.

Date: the 15th of December at 14:00 CET for 30 minutes

Presenter: Nici Cooper, Asst Director, University of Wolverhampton

Register: Online

Overview: As part of a Digital Campus Transformational Change, Wolverhampton University aim to deploy software applications to staff and students anywhere, on-demand. With a large software portfolio and silo based structure the challenge to give better access to software was large.

The webinar will cover how Wolverhampton University answered the following;

–          How to deliver a better experience for everyone

–          How to address the issues of application virtualization

–          How to ensure a successful virtualization project

There will be an opportunity to ask questions for around 10 minute after the webinar.

If you are interested, please register here to receive an invitation.

 

Workshop: “Sharing Research Data and OA to publications in H2020”, Nov 18, Ghent, Belgium

As a major funder, through Horizon2020, the EU has been at the forefront of implementing Open Access policies. Following the Open Access pilot in FP7, Horizon2020 brings a strong mandate for Open Access to publications as well as an Open Data Pilot for certain areas of research. The pilot encourages researchers to deposit research data in data repositories to make them accessible and usable to others.
Many questions arise from this policy: how to implement the requirements, where to publish, and what about confidentiality and privacy issues? Issues of priority and planning; what should be taken care of at proposal state, during the project and after the project ends?
The workshop aims to provide answers to these questions. And also provide an arena to exchange experiences, define problems and possible solutions. The target audience is NCP’s, research administrators and project coordinators. Tools will be presented to facilitate data management and experiences will be exchanged to provide hands-on solutions.
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