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We cordially invite you to submit an article to the BDAS`19 Conference!
Full text of the Call for Paper.
There will be two call for papers announced:
1) for Springer's Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) papers (earlier deadline, see Important dates), and
2) for Studia Informatica (SI) local journal papers (later deadline).
Papers submitted for the inclusion in the Springer CCIS should be prepared in English language (use Springer llncs2e.zip LaTex template available in the Resources section on the main BDAS web page: LNCS/CCIS LaTex template and Sample LaTex files and styles for CCIS BDAS manuscripts). Papers submitted to Studia Informatica can be submitted in Polish or English language. All papers should be submitted electronically through the conference system. Regardless of the chosen proceedings the submission procedure requires completion of several steps explained beneath.
The official language of the BDAS conference is English.
First step: Registration in conference web system
In order to submit a paper to BDAS conference you need to create an account in the conference web system (Click here to register). After creating the account and logging to the system you can submit conference papers (menu My papers). Single user can submit many conference papers.
Second step: Preparing the manuscript
CCIS Papers: Authors are kindly encouraged to submit their papers (12 recommended, max. 15 pages - extra paid) in LNCS/CCIS style via conference submission system (use Springer llncs2e.zip LaTex template available in the Resources section on the main BDAS web page: LNCS/CCIS LaTex template and Sample LaTex files and styles for CCIS BDAS manuscripts). Only PDF files are required during the initial submission. For final versions LaTex sources will be required. Submitted papers should contain the high quality, original work. They should not be published elsewhere and should not be under the revision of any other conference or journal during the review time. The papers will be reviewed by international experts. Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings, published by Springer-Verlag in CCIS series. All accepted CCIS papers must be presented by one of the authors who must register for the conference.
SI Papers: Manuscripts should be prepared in accordance with the Studia Informatica MS Word template available on the BDAS conference website in the Materials section. If the manuscript text contains specific fonts, such as math fonts, they should be sent together with the manuscript in the form of a compressed ZIP file. We do not impose rigid limits on the length of SI articles. However, recommended length is 10-12 pages. The text of the SI article can be written in English or Polish. Submitted papers should contain the high quality, original work. They should not be published elsewhere and should not be under the revision of any other conference or journal during the review time. The papers will be reviewed by national and international experts. Accepted papers will be included in a volume of Studia Informatica journal. All accepted SI papers must be presented by one of the authors who must register for the conference.
Resubmission of papers
Since we provide several submission rounds for BDAS`19 conference proceedings, authors are not allowed to resubmit their works that were previously submitted to Springer CCIS proceedings and rejected. Papers withdrawn by the authors after a revision decision are considered as rejected and resubmissions are not allowed as well.
Paper review and final submission
Articles submitted to the BDAS Conference are accepted for the inclusion in the conference proceedings on the basis of review reports provided by three Reviewers. Only full-texts of articles (not abstracts) can be reviewed. Reviewers are experts in a particular scientific field or research area. This guarantees a high professional level of the BDAS Conference.
Reviews are always available to authors through the BDAS conference website. The access to reviews is always preceded by an email to the authors. Authors are required to improve the content of their articles according to the reviews keeping in mind that the aim of the process is to increase the overall value of the text and their work.
Authors of accepted papers will have the opportunity to present their work during the Conference. Presentations will be possible during plenary sessions (multimedia, oral presentation) or poster session. Authors can suggest their preferred form of presentation during paper submission, but the final decision is made by Programme Committee).
All papers accepted to the BDAS Conference are published. BDAS articles were always assembled in conference proceedings published by leading publishing houses. Springer-Verlag is a world-wide publisher of conference proceedings. All accepted CCIS papers will be abstracted (indexed) by DBLP, EI, Scopus and will be submitted for the inclusion in ISI Proceedings and Inspec. These papers should be available in the Web of Knowledge (Web of Science) database. However, the availability is with one year delay and is up to decision of service owner.
All accepted SI papers will be published as proceedings by Publishing House of Silesian University of Technology (SUT Press Gliwice) in series Studia Informatica. The SI series is submitted for the inclusion in INSPEC/IEE (London, UK), Google Scholar and Index Copernicus. The SI series is not indexed by Web of Science.
To guarantee publishing an article in the conference proceedings the authors should improve the manuscript according to the suggestions of reviewers and pay the conference fee. For each article it will be also required to sign and send a copyright form. This form will be provided by conference organizers.
Zgodnie z rozporządzeniem Ministerstwa Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego w sprawie kryteriów i trybu przyznawania kategorii naukowej jednostkom naukowym z dnia 13 lipca 2012, publikacja w recenzowanych materiałach z konferencji międzynarodowej, uwzględnionej w Web of Science uzyskuje liczbę punktów odpowiadającą najwyżej punktowanej publikacji w czasopiśmie naukowym krajowym nieposiadającym współczynnika wpływu Impact Factor (IF), wymienionym w wykazie Ministra Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego. Powyższą informację można znaleźć na stronie 32 wyżej wymienionego rozporządzenia.
W części B wykazu czasopism naukowych najwyżej punktowe czasopismo posiada 15 punktów.
Materiały konferencyjne BDAS wydane w serii Springer CCIS także zostaną przekazane do indeksacji w bazie ISI Proceedings Index. Jednak ostateczna decyzja o tym czy dane materiały zostaną umieszczone w bazie ISI Proceedings Index podejmowana jest każdorazowo przez Thomson Reuters.
Serdecznie zapraszamy Państwa do wzięcia udziału w Konferencji BDAS niezależnie od liczby punktów przypisywanych materiałom konferencyjnym.
Information about series
CCIS: Communications in Computer and Information Science (ISSN 1865-0929).
SI: Studia Informatica (PL ISSN 0208-7286)
We invite you to participate in the Conference BDAS!