Call for Papers (ADBIS)

Conference proceedings in LNCS

Original papers dealing with both theory and/or applications of database technology and information systems are solicited. The areas of interest include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Theoretical foundations of databases and information systems
  • Data models and languages
  • Advanced databases (OO, web-based, multimedia, temporal, spatial, active, deductive, grid, real-time, etc.)
  • Native semi-structured data, XML and databases
  • Data modeling and database design
  • New database architectures, distributed data management (e.g., P2P, cloud computing)
  • Data management on new hardware
  • Energy-efficient data management
  • Indexing and search
  • Query processing and optimization
  • Concurrency control, logging & recovery
  • Replication and caching
  • Physical database design and tuning
  • Benchmarking and experimental methodology
  • Security and privacy in databases and information systems
  • Personalization in databases and information systems
  • Middleware, workflow and process management
  • Business process modeling, advanced transaction models, Web services
  • Services in information systems
  • Databases as services
  • Data and information systems integration and interoperability, meta-data management, data quality, data cleansing
  • Data warehousing, data mining and knowledge discovery
  • Data streams
  • Complex event processing
  • Semantic information processing (ontologies, interoperability, meta-modeling, etc.)
  • Content management
  • Text databases and information retrieval
  • Knowledge management and information systems
  • Advanced database applications
  • Modern applications of information systems (e.g., social networks)

Paper Publishing

ADBIS full research papers will be published in a Springer-Verlag LNCS volume. Full papers must not exceed 14 pages in the LNCS format (Latex style only for camera-ready papers).

ADBIS short research papers will be published by Springer-Verlag in the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing series. Short papers must not exceed 12 pages.

General Rules

Additionally, the Authors must follow the guidelines below when preparing their papers:

  • Papers must be written in English.
  • Papers must contain previously unpublished work and not be submitted concurrently to another conference.
  • Papers are submitted using an electronic submissions system, as detailed in the Using CMT section below.
  • An Author of an accepted paper must pay the ADBIS 2012 registration fee in order to have his/her paper published.
  • Accepted papers must be presented at the conference by one of the authors.
ADBIS papers must be submitted via the CMT system, available at:

For submission details on Workshop and PhD Consortium papers consult the web pages of the Workshops and the PhD Consortium.

Using CMT

Note about CMT registration: You need to register with your full name and email address to create an account for submission. the CMT system uses separate logins for each conference, so you will need to register even if you have used CMT with a different conference before. If the system states that your email address is already registered, but you do not know your password, follow the "Reset your password" link on the login page to retrieve a new password.

Once logged in, follow the "Create a new Paper Submission" link and provide some basic information about your paper. You do not need to upload the paper document in this step, and paper details can be changed later, if needed. When you have completed the form, your paper will get listed in your CMT.

Papers must be submitted as a single PDF document.