Friday, March 17, 2023

[DMANET] [CFP] DIS 2023 Conference-Special Issue (Springer-JCR-Q1-IF: 5.261)-Czech Republic

6th International Conference on the Dynamics of Information Systems (DIS

Prague-Czech Republic
September 3-6, 2023

Submission deadline: *April 15, 2023*
*About Prague: * *Prague was recently voted the world's most beautiful city
in Time Out magazine's annual survey*


- Selected papers will be invited to a special issue of *Information
Systems Frontiers* <>*(JCR-Q1-IF:
5.261)* Springer journal.
- All accepted papers will be published by *Springer-Verlag* in *Lecture
Notes in Computer Science* <>* (LNCS).*

*Plenary Speakers*

· Jose C. Principe
<>, University of
Florida, USA

· Roman Belavkin
Middlesex University London, England

· Panos M. Pardalos <>, University
of Florida, USA

· Martin Schmid
Google DeepMind, Canada

General Chairs

o Panos M. Pardalos, University of Florida, USA

o Hossein Moosaei, Jan Evangelista Purkyně University, Czech Republic

o Milan Hladik, Charles University, Czech Republic

About Conference:


This conference, a continuation of the highly successful DIS series held in
the United States, investigates the intersections and uncharted domains in
information science, optimization, operations research, machine learning,
and artificial intelligence. The DIS 2023 will be held in a historical
building in Malá Strana in the heart of Prague. It is close to many tourist
attractions. The DIS 2023 includes contributions from researchers and
practitioners in information science, operations research, computer
science, optimization, and electrical engineering. DIS 2023 discusses
topics from theoretical, algorithmic, and practical points of view,
providing the readers with information, theories, and techniques.

- Topics of Interest

DIS 2023 welcomes high-quality submissions on the broad topics of
information science, optimization, operations research, machine learning,
artificial intelligence, their real-life applications, and their
Moreover, more specific submission topics for both longer and shorter
papers may include, but are not limited to:
- Information science
- Uncertainty modeling
- Optimization (theory, methods, and applications)
- Operations research & management science
- Machine learning
- Data science & big data
- Quantum Information
- Dynamical systems and control
- Applications in robotics, economics, energy, environmental
sciences, and other areas

*Types of Submissions*

When submitting a paper to DIS 2023, authors are required to select one
of the following three types of papers:
- *Long paper:* original novel and unpublished work (12- 15 pages in
LNCS format);
- *Short paper:* an extended abstract of novel work (6-11 pages in
LNCS format);
- *Abstract: *for oral presentation only (maximum 500 words in LNCS

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