Call for Papers
The call for papers is still open until Nov 23!
- Presentations: 40 minutes, including questions and answers
- Workshops: 1,5-2 hours, including setup. These must be interactive, hands-on workshops for participants. Long presentations are not acceptable.
- Short interactive sessions on a topic related to our theme (you will present the topic and lead the discussion, with help from Information Energy staff).
Sample topic ideas:
- Predictive maintenance Information and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT)
- The changing structure of learning under the influence of Information 4.0.
- Semantic AI - where are these technologies going and how can they help us?
- Other topics, or projects you might be working on, that relate to our conference theme.
How to submit your proposal
Please use the following guidelines when submitting a proposal:
- Indicate whether you are proposing a presentation (April 11) or a workshop (April 12).
- Only topics directly related to the theme of the conference will be considered (including workshops).
- Submissions for topic and presentation must be new material, not previously presented.
- Be specific: Provide a detailed explanation, including the format of the topic, points covered and visual presentation.
- Include a list of take-aways attendees will receive from the presentation.
- Sales presentations will not be considered.
- Describe the interactive component of the proposed workshop.
- Tool-focused workshop proposals will not be considered. Workshops can teach how to do something, develop a use case, or present a practical application of concepts, and must engage participants in hands-on exercises.
If you already have an existing user account, please submit your proposal by using the Conference Tool.
Click here to read the step-by-step instructions.