RCIS 2020 features a new track entirely devoted to presenting results and perspectives of research projects (e.g., H2020 or ERC projects, national grants) in the context of information science. This track features a good opportunity for both presenters to disseminate the results of their projects, and for participants to get an updated view of ongoing research while getting in touch with potential research partners.
The Research Projects @RCIS Track follows a two-step publication process. Firstly, the authors should submit a 2 pages paper summarizing the objectives of the project and relevant results. Each submission will be peer reviewed on the relevance of the submitted paper in the context of RCIS. If the paper is accepted, the authors will have to register to the conference in order to present their work at the Posters and Demos session at RCIS. After the conference, presenters will have the opportunity to submit the presented poster, which will be published in the RCIS 2020 website. No shows will be excluded from the final proceedings.
Each submission will be reviewed by at least 2 members of the RCIS scientific committees, and should include:
- Project full name, acronym, duration (from-to) and URL
- Names of presenter(s) and main contributors
- Summary of project objectives and expected tangible outputs
- Summary of current project results
Papers shall be formatted according to the Springer LNCS/LNBIP conference proceedings template. To ensure uniformity, we have prepared ready-to-use templates for Word
. References and appendices must be included within the 2 pages. Papers can be submitted via Easychair (https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=rcis2020#)
by selecting the “Research Projects @RCIS 2020” track.
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