Main conference themes: digital participation, social media weaponization, campaigning, populism, civic engagement, e-government, smart cities.
- Track 1: Social Media and Citizen Engagement
- Track 2: Weaponizing Digital Media
- Track 3: E-government, Smart Cities, and Emerging Topics
Call for Papers:
- Conference Date: 15-16 May, 2020
- Extended submission deadline: 10 Febraury 2020
- Notifications: 10 March 2020
Very pleased & very surprised to receive so many submissions for the CEDEM14 Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government by the first deadline already!
We also received some requests for extensions, so we are extending the deadline for submissions until the 6. January 2014!
CFP CeDEM14 Tracks (details and the full cfp: www.donau-uni.ac.at/cedem, cfp_2014)
Great ambiente at Cedem13 – we look forward to Cedem14!
- E-Democracy and E-Participation
- Bottom-Up Movements
- Social and Mobile Media for Public Administration
- Open Collaborative Government
- Democracy, Globalization and Migration
- Connected Smart City
- Open Data, Transparency and Open Innovation
- Technology and Architecture
- Self-governance in Complex Networks
- Rethinking Information Visualization for the People
- Freedom and Ethics in Digital Societies
- Design and Co-creation for E-democracy
- Citizen’s Participation in Democratic Governance Processes through ICT in Africa
- PhD Colloquium
- Workshop Proposals
In addition we would like to draw your attention to the confirmed keynotes (more to follow):
- Jeanne Holm (Evangelist, Data.gov, U.S. General Services Administration, US) on Open Data;
- Alexander Gerber (innocomm Research Center for Science & Innovation Communication, DE) on Scientific Citizenship;
- Philipp Müller (Computer Sciences Corporation and Business School of University Salzburg, AT) on Statehood, the Deep Web, and Democracy;
Wishing you a Happy Christmas, and looking forward to your submission and seeing you in Krems in May!