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BNCOD 2010 : 27th International Conference on Information Systems


Conference Series : British National Conference on Databases
When Jun 29, 2010 - Jul 1, 2010
Where Dundee, United Kingdom
Abstract Registration Due Jan 22, 2010
Submission Deadline Jan 29, 2010
Notification Due Mar 1, 2010
Final Version Due Mar 28, 2010
Categories    information systems   databases

Call For Papers

University of Abertay Dundee, UK
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Important Dates
Abstract Submission: 22nd January 2010
Paper Submission: 29th January 2010
Workshop and Demonstration Proposals: 12th February 2010
Notification of Acceptance: 1st March 2010
Camera-ready Papers: 29th March 2010
Author Registration: 29th March 2010
PhD Forum Paper Submission: 7th May 2010
PhD Forum Notification of Acceptance: 21st May 2010
Early Bird Registration: 1st June 2010
PhD Forum Author Registration: 1st June 2010
PhD Forum Camera-ready Papers: 6th June 2010
Workshops: 28th June 2010
Conference: 29th June - 1st July 2010
General Information

BNCOD was established in 1980, as the British National Conference on Databases, as a forum for research into the theory and practice of databases. Since then, BNCOD has become an international information systems conference and has attracted an international audience to discuss the leading research topics of the day in the field. The conference always invites papers on all topics related to data and information systems, information and knowledge representation, manipulation and management, while also each year promoting a special theme, seen to be of particular interest to the community at that time.

BNCOD 2010 will be held at the University of Abertay Dundee from the 29th of June to the 1st of July 2010. The special theme of BNCOD 2010, the 27th in the series, is Data Security & Security Data. The topic of data security has become ever more important in recent years, with the growth of pervasive and ubiquitous systems resulting in ever more individual, personal and business critical data being accessible through web-based systems. In what seem to be ever-increasing numbers, we hear of hacking events, data loss through software and hardware failures, and human error in corrupting systems or misplacing devices containing critical data. These reported issues have considerable impact, particularly in relation to considerations of data privacy and trust, which are already very sensitive and difficult areas in terms of public perceptions. Solutions in this area often have as much to do with social engineering and psychology as they do with technology, but the creation and protection of secure trusted systems in which critical information can be shown to be safe and privacy protected is of significant interest and importance to the BNCOD community. Alongside this issue, but not to be confused with it, runs the issue of Security Data, predominantly associated with the means by which we ensure access to systems and individual datasets is controlled, manageable and traceable. Password systems, data encryption systems, secure communications, and fail-safe protocols are all well-known topics in this area, but issues of identity verification, secure digital sign-off, user traceability, and the issues of Security Data v. Data Protection legislation are all current hot topics that will be of considerable interest to the conference audience.
Papers and Submission

The BNCOD 2010 Programme Committee invites submissions of substantial, original and previously unpublished research in all fields of databases and related areas for the Technical Programme of the conference. Full papers (12 pages), short papers (8 pages) and poster papers (4 pages) can be submitted.

We further invite submission of proposals for Workshops, for Demonstrations of research and commercial systems and for a pre-conference PhD Forum for PhD students.

As reviewing for BNCOD 2010 will be blind, all papers for submissions to the main conference should be anonymised.

All papers will be published in the conference proceedings, as in previous years, by Springer in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.

Papers should be submitted electronically by following the instructions at
Topics of Interest

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

* Data security, privacy and trust
* Security data
* Data integration and interoperability
* Data management for ubiquitous and mobile computing
* Data mining and information extraction
* Data modelling and architectures
* Data provenance
* Dataspaces
* Data streaming
* Databases and the grid
* Distributed information systems
* Electronic commerce
* Enterprise systems
* Heterogeneous databases
* Industrial applications
* Infrastructures and systems
* Intermittently connected data
* File Access Methods and Index Structures
* Managing legacy data
* New applications and processes
* Parallel and distributed databases
* Peer-to-peer data management
* Performance modelling of ubiquitous data use
* Personal Data Management
* Query and manipulation languages
* Query processing and optimisation
* Scientific applications
* Semantic web and ontologies
* Semi-structured data, metadata and XML
* User interfaces and data visualisation
* Web data management and deep web
* Web services
* Workflow support systems

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