Submission Deadline (extended): April 30, 2023 at 23:59 AoE (Anywhere on Earth) time
Notification: May 31, 2023
Camera-Ready Deadline: June 6, 2023
Author Registration Deadline: June 10, 2023
The SSDBM international conference brings together scientific domain experts, database researchers, practitioners, and developers for the presentation and exchange of current research results on concepts, tools, and techniques for scientific and statistical database applications. The 35th SSDBM will provide a forum for original research contributions and practical system design, implementation and evaluation. The conference program typically consists of a single track to facilitate discussion, and contains presentations of invited talks, panel sessions, and demonstrations of research prototypes and industrial systems.
SSDBM 2023 will be hosted by the University of Southern California’s Information Sciences Institute (USC/ISI) and will continue the tradition of past SSDBM meetings in providing a stimulating environment to encourage discussion, fellowship and exchange of ideas.
The Proceedings of SSDBM 2023 will be published by ACM ICPS and will be available in the ACM Digital Library. The best papers will be considered for publication in the Distributed and Parallel Databases (DAPD) – An International Journal of Data Science, Engineering, and Management, Springer, ISSN: 0926-8782.
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished manuscripts. We solicit research papers (long and short), and demo papers. All submissions should be formatted according to the ACM Master Article “sigconf” proceedings template. SSDBM 2023 is single-blind reviewed; authors must include their names and affiliations on the first page. All authors should respect the ACM Policy on Authorship. At least one author of each accepted paper or poster must register and plan to attend the conference in-person. Each author registration can be applied to only one accepted submission.
Long papers are up to 12 pages (including references and appendices), and short papers are up to 4 pages (including references and appendices). The former should be descriptions of complete technical work, while the latter should describe interesting, innovative ideas, which nevertheless require more work to mature, or are vision papers. The program committee may decide to accept some long papers as short papers. Long papers will be given a presentation slot in the conference, while short papers will be presented in the form of posters. All papers, regardless of size, will be given an entry in the conference proceedings.
Demo papers are up to 4 pages (including references and appendices). Proposals should provide the motivation for the demonstrated concepts, the information about the technology and the system to be demonstrated (including a system description, functionality and figures when applicable), and should state the significance of the contribution. Selection criteria for the demonstration proposals evaluation include: the novelty, the technical advances and challenges, and the overall practical attractiveness of the demonstrated system. Demo papers will be given an entry in the conference proceedings.
Topics of particular interest include, but are not limited to, the following, as they relate to scientific and statistical data management:
For questions regarding the call for papers, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.