Call for Papers

Aim and Scope

We solicit submissions on the following areas (among possibly others) of data management:
  • Computational model theory
  • Constraint databases
  • Data exchange
  • Data integration
  • Data mining
  • Data modeling
  • Data management on the Web
  • Data streams
  • Data warehouses
  • Database algorithms
  • Distributed and parallel databases
  • Incompleteness and inconsistency handling
  • Information retrieval
  • Integrity constraints
  • Knowledge bases
  • Logic and databases
  • Multimedia
  • Physical design
  • Privacy
  • Provenance
  • Quantitative approaches
  • Query languages
  • Query optimization
  • Ontology-based data management
  • Real-time data
  • Recovery
  • Scientific data
  • Search
  • Security
  • Semi-structured data
  • Sensor data
  • Services
  • Spatial data
  • Temporal data
  • Transactions
  • Uncertainty
  • Updates
  • Views
  • Workflows
  • XML data management.
Papers addressing foundational aspects are particularly welcome.

Submission Instructions

We invite two types of submissions:
  • Extended abstracts, presenting original research (6 pages) and to be published in the WS CEUR proceedings (
  • Short papers (2 pages) that may contain original or recently published results, to be accepted for presentation at the workshop if considered to be relevant for the discussion.
Papers have to be submitted electronically as a PDF file via EasyChair. Papers have to be formatted according to the Springer LaTeX2e style llncs for Lecture Notes in Computer Science, which is available at

The submissions will be judged for scientific quality and relevance. At least one author of an accepted paper must attend the workshop to present the work.