CeDEM16 will be held on 18-20 May at Danube University Krems. The conference provides a 3 days programme including:
- 3 keynotes
- 25 full papers (peer-reveiwed)
- 6 workshops
- 11 Reflections Session
- 8 PhD students present their work at a colloquium
- Open Space
- Panel discussion (new!)
IEEE & IEEE Proceedings
In addition to our sponsors AIT, BRZ, ÖSD, we are pleased to announce that CeDEM16 is technically co-sponsored by the IEEE Computer Society. The CeDEM full papers will be published with IEEE (CPS) and will be available online on the IEEE Xplore® digital library. IEEE members attending the conference are entitled to a reduced fee .
Keynotes at CeDEM16
- Mila Gascó on “Co-Production and ICT-enabled Co-Production”
Institute of Public Governance and Management at ESADE Ramon Llull University (ES)
- Hans Jochen Scholl on “Profiling the Academic Domain of Digital Democracy and Government”
University of Washington’s Information School (US)
- Efthimios Tambouris on “Multidimensional Open Government Data”
Applied Informatics Dpt, University of Macedonia (GR)
- Robert Krimmer on “Is there an Estonian E-Democracy? Co-Creation in the Digital State” Ragnar Nurkse School of Innovation and Governance, Tallinn University of Technology (EE)
CeDEM Proceedings: ISSN
All CeDEM Proceedings published from 2011 onwards with Edition Donau-Universität Krems now have the ISSN 2414-6455.
Who will be the winner of the CeDEM16 Best Paper Prize? Find out on Day2!
We are looking forward to seeing you in May!
CeDEM Asia 2016
The third CeDEM Asia will be will be held in Daegu (South Korea) from 7-9th December 2016. For further information and the Call for Papers please visit the conference website.