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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.
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
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
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.
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.
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
Technological Forecasting and Social Change on DISC 2014 is currently under production.