Next to keynotes and invited sessions, DSSV-ECDA features contributed presentations in the form of short interactive talks. Speakers are assigned their own virtual room in a contributed session and should prepare a small number of slides for a 5-minute-presentation. Conference participants can freely move between the various virtual rooms during a contributed session in order to talk to the speakers. The prepared slides thereby serve as the basis for the conversation between the speaker and the participants in the room. Hence, the speakers will have multiple conversations about their research with different audiences during the session.
If you wish to submit an abstract for a short interactive talk, you can do so below. You will be redirected to our abstract submission system in which you first need to create an account. Please note that you will be asked if you wish to submit your abstract to the DSSV track or the ECDA track. Abstracts should be about 150-350 words in length and in text-only form without any mathematical formulae. They are submitted via a text box on the abstract submission page.
The extended deadline for abstract submissions is May 15, 11:59 PM CEST. The decision of acceptance will be sent to you at the latest on May 30.
Special Issues for ECDA
For the ECDA track of the conference, GfKl – Data Science Society has arranged two special issues for full paper contributions.
Full papers for the post-conference proceedings in Archives of Data Science Series A can be submitted via the journal website following the journal’s submission guidelines (https://www.archivesofdatascience.org/journals/series_a/author-guidelines). Submission is open until October 15, 2021.
Full papers can also be submitted to a special issue of the Springer journal Advances in Data Analysis and Classification (ADAC). More details will follow soon.