We invite original research papers (long) describing new developments, innovative solutions, and practical experiences in the field of digital infrastructures dedicated to handling scholarly content. Moreover, we invite position papers (short) focusing on current challenges, possible game changing technologies, and also surprising negative results as interesting starting points for discussion.
Submissions must be original and not submitted for publication elsewhere. Since reviewing is not double-blind, submissions do not need to be anonymized. At least 2 Program Committee members will review each submission.
The maximum length of submissions (including bibliography) should be as
Full paper submissions: 10 pages
Position paper submissions: 5 pages
(New) Non-archival extended abstract: 2 pages + references
(New) For non-archival extended abstract, submissions may include previously published results, late-breaking results, and work in progress. Extended abstracts can summarize existing work, work in progress, or a collection of works under a unified theme (e.g., a series of closely related papers that build on each other or tackle a common problem). Abstracts will be lightly reviewed to ensure that the topic is within the scope of the workshop. Accepted abstracts will be announced by June 10th. The abstracts are non-archival and will not appear in the formal CEUR workshop proceedings; participants are free to also submit their work for publication elsewhere. Figures and tables count toward the 2-page + references maximum length.
All submissions must be in English, in PDF format. Papers should follow two-column CEUR-ART paper formatting guidelines. You can also download an offline version with the style files containing both LaTeX and MS Word templates.
All papers are to be submitted via the conference’s EasyChair submission system https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=disco2022
Each accepted paper must be presented online by at least one of the co-authors. Accepted papers will be published in CEUR Workshop Proceedings http://ceur-ws.org/ as open access under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY 4.0) license. Authors of accepted papers will need to sign a license agreement at the camera-ready stage.