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DCMI 2018 Conference - Call for Papers
Thursday, February 15, 2018
The Call for Papers for the DCMI Conference, 2018, has been issued!
Full details, including instructions on how to submit proposals, deadlines etc. can be found on the DCMI Conference Submission website.
More general information about the conference, venue, location etc. can be found on the DCMI website.
DC-2018 AnnouncedTuesday, February 06, 2018
We are pleased to announce that DCMI's annual international conference, DC-2018, will be hosted by the University of Porto in Portugal, from September 10th - 13th.
We are also pleased to announce that the conference will be co-located with the Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries (TPDL) annual international conference
The conferences will deliver two, parallel programmes of peer-reviewed papers, tutorials and workshops. Delegates will register once, and will then be free to choose between the two programmes, with some plenary sessions (keynotes) and social events bringing all delegates together.
For a single registration you will be able to choose from a range of talks, workshops and tutorials!
The DC-2018 conference theme will be Open Metadata for Open Knowledge, and the call for papers will be announced in the next day or two - watch this space.
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