Monday, June 23, 2014

Call for papers on Mining Scientific Publications

Call for papers on Mining Scientific Publications

Mendeley is co-organizing the 3rd International Workshop on Mining Scientific Publications, which will explore how data mining tools can be used to improve research workflow. Collocated with the ACM/IEEE Joint Conference on Digital Libraries (JCDL 2014), the workshop will take place from September 8 to 12 in London, bringing together a mixture of cross-disciplinary researchers, practitioners from industry and government, open access enthusiasts, and digital library developers who are interested in analysing and mining databases of scientific publications. In addition, the conference is open to all those involved in developing systems to enable such analysis, designing new technologies to improve the way research is being done,
and supporting the openness and free availability of publications and research data. Online submissions are now invited for inclusion in the programme, Both long papers (up to eight pages in the ACM style) and short papers (not exceeding four pages) are welcome, as are practical demonstrations and presentation of systems and methods (demonstration submissions should consist of a two-page description of the system,
method or tool). Submissions are due by 13 July 2014, and full details can be found on Elsevier Connect.

With kind wishes,


Dr Alicia Wise
Director of Access and Policy
Elsevier I The Boulevard I Langford Lane
Kidlington I Oxford I OX5 1GB