Electronic Participation (ePart) Conference
Papers in this section will be double blind reviewed by 3 reviewers for rigor, relevance, originality and clarity of presentation. Accepted papers are published by Springer LNCS. Format guidelines for Springer LNCS are available here. The copyright for IFIP-Springer that authors need to sign is available here.
Criteria for Ongoing Research and papers on general development issues (outlet and format to be determined soon):
Papers in this section will also be double blind reviewed, but focus is more on relevance than scientific rigor. Accepted papers will be published in an open access outlet.
Anonymised for Blind Review:
We kindly ask you not to indicate your name and affiliation in the paper. Indicate 3-5 keywords for your paper as well as to which topic your paper fits best.
General: Workshop and panel sessions bring together researchers with complementary or conflicting perspectives on a research topic or another issue of importance to the domain-specific research field.
Required Elements of Workshop and Panel Proposals:
Review Process: Proposals will be reviewed for quality and relevance by at least two members of the organising committee (not blind review). Proposals should be max 2 pages and they should indicate the intended participants of the workshop/panel discussants. The program committee reserves the right to modify panel and debate proposals to meet conference participation guidelines and to complement the overall program.
Review Criteria for Workshops/Panels:
Accepted workshops shall publish a short abstract (2 pages) in the ongoing research proceedings
General: The poster session is organised along the welcome reception on Tuesday evening. Posters will be exposed to the general audience. Accepted posters will be expected to bring along a poster describing the main aspects of the submission in presented bring together researchers with complementary or conflicting perspectives on a research topic or another issue of importance to the domain-specific research field.
Required Elements of Poster submissions:
Review Process: Poster submissions will not be blind reviewed. The program committee will evaluate proposals to meet conference participation guidelines and to complement the overall program.
Review Criteria for Posters:
Accepted poster contributions will be published as short abstracts (2 pages) in ongoing research format.
Students should at least have passed the first year of PhD programme and should be able to present a clear plan and some results from their work.
Genres. The colloquium welcomes qualitative and quantitative research from any discipline relevant to e-government, public e-governance and e-participation as well as ICT in public policy development.
Submissions to the PhD Colloquium should indicate the name and affiliation of proposer, title of the paper, and 3-5 keywords.
Review Process. Papers will be pre-screened for conformity with submission guidelines and for overall appropriateness for the colloquium. Papers that pass the initial screening process will be reviewed by the members of the organising committee. PhD proposals will not be blind reviewed.
Review Criteria for PhD colloquium contributions: