We are pleased to invite you to submit a paper to the 28th Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks – IDIMT 2020, which will take place on September 4th – 6th, 2020 in Kutná Hora (a Czech UNESCO city). The conference is organized by the Prague University of Economics (Czech Republic) and the Johannes Kepler University Linz (Austria).
Topics of the conference include:
- Digitalization and Industry 4.0
- Innovation, New Business Models and Strategies
- Towards 2030 – Digital Transformation in Crisis Management
- Social Media, Privacy and Ethics
- Digital Health Care and Support
- Smart Supply Chain
- Cyber Security and Digital Identities
- Sustainability and Performance Management
- Digital Security, Safety, Trust of Smart Systems – for a resilient Society
- Human and Cultural Impacts on Project Success
Again we have collected a challenging, future-oriented set of session topics to be discussed in Kutná Hora. Traditionally we run the conference in two parallel streams and give ample real discussion time after each session (consisting of 3 – 4 papers). Many participants attend the conference regularly, especially appreciating these discussions. The limited number of participants allows in-depth discussions. All meals and an attractive excursion on Thursday late afternoon are included.
Papers are subjected to a double blind review with the option to re-submit an improved version. Since 2004 the conference proceedings are indexed in the Citation Index (CPCI) (Web of Science, Thomson Reuters), and since 2012 also in Scopus (Elsevier). You may submit your paper via EasyChair on: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=idimt2020
The deadline for manuscript submission is April 19, 2020.
More details on the conference tracks, the topics, and manuscript templates, and social programme can be found online at http://www.idimt.org. For any questions, do not hesitate to contact us directly on email@example.com.
Kutná Hora is a very interesting historical city. It provided access to high deposits of silver ore and was a successful mining town. It therefore became Bohemia’s political and economic center between the 14th and 15th century and once was one of the richest cities of Bohemia. It was the ‘treasure box’ of the Bohemian kings and still shows it. The Barbara Cathedral was founded (‘privately’!) by one of Kutná Hora’s rich mine owners (!) in 1388. Today the silver mines are depleted, but still can be visited. The conference is located in the old Jesuit College next to the Cathedral. It has a beautiful setting and a marvelous view over Kutná Hora.