e-Conference to accompany the CCS'15 Conference (Tempe, Arizona)2015.05.04 10:34 - admin
CCS’15 Conference will be a continuation of the cyclic ECCS conferences, in which NCBJ scientists have been participating for many years. Unfortunately, moving the conference venue to US has drastically increased attendance costs. Therefore CS-DC'15 e-Conference idea was born. The e-Conference will be organized within CCS’15 framework by UNESCO Complex Systems Digital Campus (NCBJ is a member of the Campus). The e-Conference will allow to present obtained results without a need to bear the CCS'15 attendance costs.
CS-DC'15 Basic Info
Call for Papers http://cs-dc-15.org
Submission deadline: May 17, 2015
CS-DC'15 is the first world e-conference organized by the UNESCO Complex Systems Digital Campus UniTwin from September 30 to October 1, 2015. It is devoted to all scientists involved in the transdisciplinary challenges of Complex Systems crossing theoretical questions with experimental observations of multi-level dynamics.
All connected scientists in the world can present their work and ask questions. All accepted presentations are given via open videoconference tools in front of a worldwide audience. All presentations are recorded and can be replayed for research and education without time limit.
The e-conference is organized into two groups of 5 e-tracks, each e-track being subdivided into several e-sessions (see list below).
Three types of submissions (in English) are offered (Springer Lecture Notes format):
- Long papers (12-page, 30-min presentation including questions),
- Short papers (6-page, 15-min presentation including questions),
- Posters (2-page, 5-min presentation, asynchronous questions).
- Abstract submission: May 17
- Paper (long/short/poster) submission: May 31 — Double blind (standard) or Collaborative peer-to-peer reviewing process
- Reviewing process: July 15
- Notification of acceptance: July 31
- Final paper version due: August 31
- Prerecorded presentations due: August 31
- Conference: Sept 30 - Oct 1, 2015
Program Chair: Paul Bourgine
Oraganization Chair: Pierre Collet
Open e-track and Open e-sessions: the list of e-sessions is not limited.
- The "Foundations of Complex Systems Science" e-track is the open e-track of the e-conference.
- Each e-track has an open e-session. Therefore, submissions are not limited to the following lists of e-sessions.
New e-sessions can emerge from submissions to the open e-track or to the open e-sessions of each track.