Electronic Participation (ePart) Conference
The conference allows for four distinct types of submissions:
The Research section invites both empirical, theoretical and conceptual work. While there is a strong focus on scientific rigor, relevance for eParticipation development is equally important. Papers in this section may be max 12 pages.
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 are .
Ongoing research and innovative projects
The Ongoing research and innovative projects invites
Papers in this section will also be double blind reviewed, but focus is more on relevance than scientific rigor. Accepted papers will be published by Trauner Druck.
Workshops and panels
The Workshop and panel section invites
Proposals will be reviewed for quality and relevance by at least two members of the organising committee (not blind review). Proposals should indicate the intended participants of the workshop/panel discussants.
Accepted workshops shall publish a short abstract (2 pages) in Trauner Druck.
Submissions to the PhD Colloquium should indicate the name and affiliation of proposer, title of the paper, and 3-5 keywords.
Prepare for Double-blind Review
The remaining pages should include the main body of the submission and all references, figures, tables, etc.
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.