Internet and Modern Society (IMS)
International conference “Internet and Modern Society” (IMS-2020) is mainly organized by ITMO University, held in St. Petersburg, from 17 to 20 June 2020, during the Information Society Week.
Important tasks of the IMS-2020 are contribution to the formation of specialists’ international community and promotion of research and development in the field of information society technologies.
Important events of IMS-2020 which focus on specific aspects of the Information Society and digital transformation are International Workshop «Internet Psychology» (IntPsy- 2020), International Workshop «Computational Linguistics» (CompLing-2020).
The goal of the (IntPsy-2020) is to create a platform for experts and researchers’ collaboration and discussion of the issues related to the transformations of human behavior and communication in the network society, the influence of ICTs on the cognitive and personal development of children and adults, as well as to the methodology of psychological research on the Internet. See CFP for details.
The goal of the (CompLing-2020) is to discuss the actual issues of interaction of linguistics and information technologies – regarding the development of technology solutions on the basis of a natural language, and the influence of information technologies on the language. Target audience are linguists of all profiles, the staff of organizations developing information systems that involve natural language processing, specialists in knowledge representation, higher education teachers, translators.
All submissions will be carefully reviewed by the program committee and selected for the IMS2020 Proceedings. The proceedings will be published by the CEUR open-access service (http://ceur-ws.org/) and indexed by DBLP and Scopus.
The minimum length of a paper should be 5 pages (counting cf. LNCS format). Invited papers can have less pages. Since page counts depend on the page layout, we calculate with around 2500 characters per page (=380-400 words per page). We distinguish regular papers (at least 10 LNCS-equivalent pages) and short papers (5-9 LNCS-equivalent pages). See here for details.
The text is submitted for review (in PDF) without mentioning the authors, affiliation and references to projects carried out by the authors. This information is added to the final version of the article, after its approval.
Important Dates - Paper Submission:
20 March – Notifications for acceptance;
20 May – Deadline for authors registration.
Participants must present their reports in person, not showing up at the conference will automatically lead to the exclusion of the paper from IMS Proceedings.
To be accepted to the workshop a paper must be original, not published anywhere else before or being under review. A paper can be either in English or Russian. All papers undergo a double-blind peer review by no fewer than 3 experts. The authors of accepted papers will be invited to participate in the workshop as speakers.
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