BNCOD 2013 seeks research papers for presentation at the conference and subsequent publication.
Topics of Interests
BNCOD 2013 welcomes research papers on a broad range of topics related to data-centric computation. For some years, every edition of BNCOD has centred around a main theme, acting as a focal point for keynote addresses, tutorials, and research papers. The theme of BNCOD 2013 will be “Big Data”; it encompases a growing need to manage data that is too big, too fast, or too hard for the existing technology .
The topics listed below are intended as a sample; we encourage submissions on all data-centric topics.
- Systems for Data Management: data system architecture; storage, replication and consistency; physical representations; query and dataflow processin
- Scalable Data Analysis: complex queries and search; approximate querying; scalable statistical methods; management of uncertainty and reasoning at scale; data privacy and security; data mining and knowledge discovery
- Management of Very Large Data Systems: availability; adaptivity and self-tuning; power management; virtualization
- Data Models and Languages: XML and semi-structured data; multi-media, temporal and spatial data; data streams; declarative languages; language interfaces for databases
- Domain-Specific Data Management: methods and systems for science; networks and mobility; ubiquitous computing; sensor databases
- Management of Web and Heterogeneous Data: information extraction; information integration; meta-data management; data cleaning; service oriented architectures
- User Interfaces and Social Data: data visualization; collaborative data analysis and curation; social networks; email and messaging analytics
- Data and Knowledge: Knowledge base management, reasoning over incomplete and/or inconsistent data, ontology-based data access, ontology querying, semantic query optimization, storing and manipulating RDF data.
 Sam Madden: From Databases to Big Data. IEEE Internet Computing 16(3): 4-6 (2012)
The conference management tool for the submission of abstracts and papers is accessible at
Full papers (from 12 to 14 pages), short papers (from 4 to 10 pages), system descriptions and demonstrations (from 4 to 10 pages) may be submitted.
As in previous years, papers will be published by Springer as a volume in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series. Accepted papers will only be published if they are presented in person by a registered author at the conference.
Submissions are reviewed in a single-blind manner. They must be in PDF and formatted according to the Springer guidelines for the LNCS series:
- Paper Abstract deadline: 31 January 2013
- Paper, system descriptions and demonstrations deadline: 7 February 2013
- Authors notification: 10 March 2013
- Camera ready: 31 March 2013