Doctoral Consortium Papers

The TPDL Doctoral Consortium provides doctoral students with the opportunity to present their work to senior researchers and engage with mentors and peers in a setting that is informal and allows for the fullest of intellectual exchanges. Students will receive constructive feedback on their doctoral project work from consortium participants, both other students and senior researchers. The Consortium is also an opportunity to network with the other participants – potential future colleagues and collaborators.

All doctoral students with a project in the general area of the TPDL 2022 topics, who have advanced enough in their studies to have a clear idea of the focus and study design of their thesis are encouraged to apply. Participants must apply and have their submission accepted in order to present their work at the Consortium. When accepting applications, topical relevance and the degree to which the project is expected to benefit from comments will be considered.

Participation in the Doctoral Consortium is included in the conference registration.

Important dates

Main Conference: September 20–23, 2022

Doctoral Consortium Papers:

  • submission: 10 June 2022 (AoE)
  • notification: 15 July 2022 (AoE)
  • camera-ready submission: 1 August 2022
  • TPDL 2022 Doctoral Consortium session: 20 September 2022


Submission

EasyChair submission link for TPDL 2022:


Submission Guidelines

Doctoral Consortium Papers The language of the Consortium is English.

The application should be 4 pages + references in the LNCS format, should have an abstract and should contain the following:

  • Names of applicant and of supervisor(s), including affiliations
  • Stage of progress within the PhD program
  • Research problem being addressed and motivation for the work
  • Research questions or hypotheses
  • Research methodology and techniques applied
  • Theoretical approach (if applicable)
  • Relation of the work to the state of the art in the field
  • Proposed solution and/or expected or preliminary results

All accepted DC contributions will have the option to be published in a CEUR-WS side proceedings volume of the conference. The doctoral colloquium co-chairs encourage student applicants to, in addition, submit contributions for possible presentation in poster or paper sessions through the regular conference review process.

Papers must be in the Springer LNCS styleLNCS style

Authors should consult Springer’s authors’ guidelines and use the proceedings templates provided.

Templates:


The use of author ORCIDs is recommended. In addition, the corresponding author of each accepted paper, acting on behalf of all of the authors of that paper, must complete and sign a Consent-to-Publish form. The corresponding author signing the copyright form should match the corresponding author marked on the paper. Once the paper has been submitted, changes relating to its authorship cannot be made.


Topics of Interest

Submissions are welcome concerning theory, architectures, data models, tools, services, infrastructures about the following topics (but not limited to):

Publishing science
  •  FAIR data and software
  •  Research objects
  •  Nanopublications
  •  Data and Information Lifecycle (creation, store, share, and reuse)
  •  Data and Document Provenance
  •  Linked Data and Open Data
  •  Digital Preservation and Curation
  •  Supporting Science Reproducibility
  •  Metadata
  •  Research Data Management
  •  Research Output Management
  •  Data Repositories and Archives
  •  Data and Research Infrastructure
  •  Data Stewardship

Discovering science
  •  Information Retrieval
  •  Data Search
  •  Research Data Discovery
  •  Recommendation systems
  •  Document (Text) Analysis in support of discovery
  •  Multimodal and Multilingual Data Access

Monitoring and assessment of science
  •  Data Citation
  •  Scientometrics and bibliometrics
  •  Scholarly Communication Knowledge Graphs

Knowledge creation
  •  AI / Machine Learning/ Data mining for DLs
  •  Knowledge Bases
  •  Entity Extraction and Linking
  •  Ontology

Digital Humanities
  •  Digital Cultural Heritage
  •  Digital Terminology
  •  Computational Linguistics
  •  Digital History
  •  Digital Archeology
  •  Knowledge Organization for Digital Humanities
  •  Digital Research Methods on Cultural Heritage
  •  Digital interfaces for Digital Humanities Research and Practice

Human-Computer Interaction
  •  User Interface and Experience in Cultural Heritage Institutions
  •  Information Interaction for Cultural Heritage Applications
  •  User Participation
  •  User Experience
  •  Information Visualization and Visual Analytics