Submission Guidelines and Instructions
Submissions should present original results and substantial new work not currently under review or published elsewhere. We solicit four types of contributions:
- Research papers (up to 12 pages).
- Extending abstracts, describing ongoing work and promising research directions (e.g., to follow within a PhD) to be discussed with the community (up to 8 pages).
- Demo papers describing implemented systems, prototypes, and/or specific functionalities (up to 4 pages).
Papers must comply with the Springer formatting guidelines (instructions are available here). Both LaTeX and Word submissions are welcome, however LaTeX submissions are suggested. Submissions must be uploaded by using the Easychair BIGPMED page.
Workshop accepted papers will be published by Springer in ‘Communications in Computer and Information Science’. The best papers of the workshop will be invited to be extended and published, together with those of the other ADBIS workshops, in a special section of some international journal (to be decided).