Petr Doucek and Antonin Pavlicek from the Prague University of Economics and Business (VSE, Czech Republic) and Michael Sonntag from the J. Kepler University Linz (JKU, Austria) write:
in this pre-Christmas time, we bring you good news – we would like to invite you again to participate in the 31st Interdisciplinary Information Management Talks – IDIMT 2023, which will take place on September 6th – 8th, 2023 in Hradec Králové (Czech Republic).
The conference is organized by Prague University of Economics and Business (Czech Republic) and J. Kepler University of Linz (Austria).
The deadline for manuscript submission is April 16, 2023.
The submission system EasyChair has been now opened and you may submit your paper by the following link: http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=idimt2023.
The Conference proceedings, have been indexed since 2004 in Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI) (Web of Science, Thomson Reuters), and since 2012 also in Scopus (Elsevier).
Sessions and topics of the conference include:
Session A: Crisis Management and ICT Topics: Cross-border issues; Information gathering & data interpretation; Alert systems
Session B: Cyber Security Topics: ICT security; Digital identities; Privacy & Whistleblowing; Legal aspects of security; Cyber forensics
Session C: Virtual Collaboration, Teaching & Learning Topics: Models for eLearning; Remote work models; Vocational training
Session D: Autonomous Vehicles and Smart Environments Topics: Autonomous vehicles, including UAVs; Smart City and Smart Road environments; Sustainable development goals
Session E: Management of ICT Systems Topics: Digital Maturity; IT in the public sector; Digitalization
Session F: Systemic Innovation in ICT Topics: Entrepreneurship; Fostering innovation
Session G: Social Media Topics: Data extraction from social media; Reasons and consequences of social media usage; Profiling
Session H: Digital Transformation of Supply Chain Management Topics: Public/eProcurement; Managing supply chains: Efficiency and security; Electronic invoicing; Data-driven Decision Making
Session I: ICT Support for Business Reporting & Analysis Topics: Maturity level assessment; Competency discovery and management; Analysing company reports; ESG reporting
Session J: Ethical Aspects of Working with Data Topics: Standards for the protection of data, creators and owners; Ethical work with data; Acquisition, creation of contents of virtual spaces and their use
Special session: Early Career & Student Showcase Papers on various topics related to the other sessions submitted by PhD students, which present ongoing, i.e. not completely finished, work-in-progress.
More details on the conference tracks and manuscript templates and social programme can be found in the attached Call for papers or online at https://www.idimt.org.
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The Department of Systems Analysis of the VSE is institutional Member of GSIS.