RCIS aims to bring together scientists, researchers, engineers and practitioners from a wide range of information science fields and to provide opportunities for knowledge sharing and dissemination. RCIS 2020 will continue paying attention to traditional topics at the conference; in addition, we solicit submissions aligned the special theme of Information Science in the Days of Artificial Intelligence. We understand AI in a broad sense, including machine learning, self-adaptation, logic-based reasoning, automation, agents and multiagent systems, natural language processing, etc.
RCIS welcomes submissions from the whole spectrum of the information science field. The list of themes and topics includes, but is not limited to:
Tutorials, Doctoral Consortium, Posters & Demos will complement the main conference.
Papers shall be formatted according to the Springer LNCS/LNBIP conference proceedings template (for LaTeX and Word): https://www.springer.com/gp/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines.
Papers that have already been accepted or are currently under review for other conferences or journals will not be considered for publication at RCIS 2020. Papers should be in English and must be associated to one of the following categories:
Technical solution papers (max 16 pages Springer)
present solutions that are novel or significantly improve existing approaches. A technical solution paper must include a preliminary validation of the proposed solution, and results must be stated clearly enough so that it is possible to validate them in follow-up research.
Evaluation papers (max 16 pages Springer)
evaluate existing problem situations or validate proposed solutions through scientific means, i.e., by empirical studies, experiments, case studies, simulations, mathematical proofs, etc. The research method must be sound and appropriate.
Industrial practice and experience papers (max 16 pages Springer)
thoroughly present problems or challenges encountered in practice, elaborate on success or failure with existing approaches, or report on industrial practice (e.g., methods and tools). A paper in this category shall provide a clear context, detail the problem or the industrial practice, and explain the lessons learned.
Work in progress papers (max 8 pages Springer)
present relevant preliminary results across the spectrum of information science. These papers can either present a novel technical solution, or report on a preliminary evaluation of a technique.
Please note that the maximum length of the paper includes references, appendices, etc.
The submission site is https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rcis2020
By submitting a paper, the authors agree that at least one of them will register to the conference and present the paper. The appearance of a paper in the Springer proceedings is dependent on the registration of one author within the early registration deadline on March 31, 2020.
Each paper will be reviewed by at least three members of the Program Committee. We adopt a single-blind review format, meaning that the author names are included in the paper itself under the paper title.
Jelena Zdravkovic, Stockholm University, Sweden
Fabiano Dalpiaz, Utrecht University, Netherlands