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DISC 2015: Call for Papers
Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference 2015 proudly announces its third annual conference to be held in Daegu, South Korea, from October 29(Thur) to 31 (Saturday), 2015.
DISC annual conference started in 2013, and attracted hundreds of scholars, industry leaders, and public sector experts from all around the globe.
What’s New in 2015?
In 2015, The 2nd Korea-China Symposium on Big Data is held as a special topic session on October 30, Friday. Government officials of the two countries, leading big data scholars, and industry leaders are joining the special session.
Theme
Main theme: Social network, big data, and future strategy
Special theme: The 2nd Korea-China Symposium on Big Data
Dates/ Conference Venue
The conference is to be held in Daegu, South Korea from October 28 to 31, 2015. Detailed information on the conference site and hotel/transportation should be provided soon.
Paper & Abstract submission deadline: July 31th, 2015
Notification of abstract acceptance: August 15th, 2015
Presentation file submission deadline: October 10th, 2015
Conference date: October 29th to 31th, 2015, Daegu, South Korea

Scope
Original contributions regarding the topics below are accepted for presentation or poster session:
Social media and smart media
Big data and changes of human life
User experiences of smart media
Social networks and semantic networks
Smart grid, future networks, and alternative energy
Self-organized systems of genes, memes, and people
Specific industry and big data: e.g., travel industry, agriculture, food industry
Innovation: Diffusion, coevolution, and leadership
Economic and management approaches to big data or data science
Big data and decision making
Submission
Submissions must include title, author information and contacts, abstract (300 word max.), and desired way of presentation (independent presentation or poster presentation).
Poster session: DISC 2015 encourages participants to consider presenting at the poster session. In particular, we recommend graduate students utilize this opportunity for their first-in-lifetime presentations. DISC 2015 has a plan to award excellent poster session submissions to encourage young scholars and their advisors.
Workshop and/or tutorial proposals are welcome. Contact DISC 2015 organizing committee for the details.
Publication
Through a separate peer-review, the papers presented or illustrated as a poster in DISC 2015 will be selected for internationally renowned (e.g., SSCI listed) journals.

 DISC 2015
There will be an independent folder “SI: DISC 2015” in submission system of Quality & Quantity.
You are always welcome to submit your presentations to Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=n0lL62kAAAAJ&hl=en

 DISC 2014
Technological Forecasting and Social Change on DISC 2014 is currently under production.
http://www.journals.elsevier.com/technological-forec

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Disc2015 cf p_(12june2015)

  1. 1. DISC annual conference started in 2013, and attracted hundreds of scholars, industry leaders, and public sector experts from all around the globe. Ⅰ. What’s New in 2015? In 2015, The 2nd Korea-China Symposium on Big Data is held as a special topic session on October 30, Friday. Government officials of the two countries, leading big data scholars, and industry leaders are joining the special session. Ⅱ. Theme Main theme: Social Network  Big Data  Future Forecasting  Collaboration! Special theme: The 2nd Korea-China Symposium on Big Data Ⅲ. Dates/ Conference Venue The conference is to be held in Daegu, South Korea from October 29 to 31, 2015. Detailed information on the conference site and hotel/transportation should be provided soon. Conference dates: October 29 to 31, 2015, Daegu, South Korea Location: Hotel Susung, Daegu, South Korea (http://www.hotelsusung.co.kr) Ⅳ. Scope Original contributions regarding the topics below are accepted for presentation or poster session: • Social media and smart media • Big data and changes of human life • User experiences of smart media • Social networks and semantic networks • Smart grid, future networks, and alternative energy • Self-organized systems of genes, memes, and people • Specific industry and big data: e.g., travel industry, agriculture, food industry • Innovation: Diffusion, coevolution, and leadership • Economic and management approaches to big data or data science • Big data and decision making DISC 2015 (Daegu Gyeongbuk International Social Network Conference) October 29 to 31, 2015, Daegu, South Korea DISC 2015: Call for Papers
  2. 2. Submission and Presentation (all in English) Official Deadline: August 31, 2015 (Abstract) Acceptance Notice: from September 5, 2015 PPT Deadline for Accepted Speakers: September 25, 2015 Submissions must include title, author information and contacts, abstract (300 word max.), and desired way of presentation (independent presentation or poster presentation). Poster session: DISC 2015 encourages participants to consider presenting at the poster session. In particular, we recommend graduate students utilize this opportunity for their first-in-lifetime presentations. DISC 2015 has a plan to award excellent poster session submissions to encourage young scholars and their advisors. Workshop and/or tutorial proposals are welcome. Contact DISC 2015 organizing committee for the details. Ⅴ. Registration Fee Status Pre - Registration By Sep. 30 On-site registration Undergraduate students FREE KRW 100,000 (USD 100) Master and Doctoral students (Unfunded, No research grant) KRW 70,000 (USD 70) KRW 100,000 (USD 100) University academics (Post-docs, faculty members, Researchers, etc.), Master and Doctoral students (Funded, e.g., BK21 Plus) KRW 150,000 (USD 150) KRW 200,000 (USD 200) Government and Business Professionals (Private companies, government-affiliated institutes, media agencies, etc.), Funded Faculty (e.g., BK21 Plus) KRW 450,000 (USD 450) KRW 500,000 (USD 500) WORLD ASSOCIATION FOR TRIPLE HELIX & FUTURE STRATEGY STUDIES (WATEF) Lifetime members, Sponsors FREE Category Workshop 1 Workshop 2 With Conference Registration KRW 50,000 (USD 50) KRW 50,000 (USD 50) Workshop Registration Only KRW 150,000 (USD 150) KRW 150,000 (USD 150) Ⅵ. Workshop Fee Workshop Theme 1 : Social Network Analysis ( Node XL) Workshop Theme 2 : Textom Mining Analysis
  3. 3. Ⅶ. Publication Through a separate peer-review, the papers presented or illustrated as a poster in DISC 2015 will be selected for internationally renowned (e.g., SSCI listed) journals. • DISC 2015 There will be an independent folder “SI: DISC 2015” in submission system of Quality & Quantity. You are always welcome to submit your presentations to Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=n0lL62kAAAAJ&hl=en • DISC 2014 Technological Forecasting and Social Change on DISC 2014 is currently under production. http://www.journals.elsevier.com/technological-forecasting-and-social-change/call-for-papers/call-for-papers- open-big-data-as-social-change-triple-helix/ Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia is available through the following links. http://jcea-online.net/ (JCEA - Vol. 14, No. 1 - April/May 2015, Data as Social Culture: Networked Innovation and Government 3.0) • DISC 2013 Both Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia and Quantity & Quantity are available via links. http://jcea-online.net/ -> Issues -> Previous issue (JCEA - Vol. 13, No. 1 - April/May 2014, Interaction among Networks in the age of 'Big Data': Social, Knowledge, Innovation, and Triple-Helix Networks) http://link.springer.com/journal/11135/49/4/page/1 (Q&Q - Volume 49, Issue 4, July 2015, Triple helix approaches and social network perspectives) • Other related Special Issues Triple Helix and innovation in Asia using scientometrics, webometrics, and informetrics Scientometrics. Volume 90 Number 1 January 2012 http://link.springer.com/journal/11192/90/1/page/1 Triple Helix & N-Tuple Helix models and UIG relations in Asia Scientometrics Volume 99, Issue 1, April 2014 http://link.springer.com/journal/11192/99/1/page/1 The Hyperlinked Society: Understanding the Changing Nature of Communication in Online Environments Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication Volume 17, Issue 2, January 2012 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/jcmc.2012.17.issue-2/issuetoc Online Social Capital and Participation in Asia-Pacific Asian Journal of Communication Volume 21, Issue 5, 2011 http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rajc20/21/5 ◆ The IMC Award Outstanding original work will be considered for special awards including. The competition opens for all ranks including graduate students and faculty members. The total amount of available awards is 2 million Korean Won, and the number of selected papers must also be submitted to the Journal of Contemporary Eastern Asia for publication. To be considered for this award, send your completed paper and biography no later than October 1st, 2015 to disc2015papers@gmail.com
  4. 4. ★☆★ PRIZES ★☆★ • Top papers (two or more) – KRW 1,500,000 (in total. The amount for each recipient depends on the number of recipients). • Top illustrated papers (one or more) - KRW 500,000 (in total. The amount for each recipient depends on the number of recipients) • Special Symposium: The 2nd Korea-China Symposium on Big Data • This session will be on October 30, 2015 (Friday). Participants, sessions, and other detailed information are TBA (to be announced). Contacts Please contact disc2015papers@gmail.com for any inquiry.

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