IMPORTANT DATES (last extension)

  • Abstracts  and submissions due: July 1st July 31st August 9th, 2020
  • Notification due: August 5th August 31st September 7th, 2020
  • Camera-ready due: August 19th September 7th September 14th, 2020

Call for Short/Vision/Industrial PAPERS

Papers to this track can be written in Portuguese or English, pre-fix “Short Paper” or Vision Paper” or “Industrial Paper” to the paper title.

Papers should not exceed 6 pages, according to the SBC template. All papers submitted in these categories will be thoroughly refereed through a singleblind peer-review process. Other questions regarding these submissions should be directed to Short/Vision/Industrial Chair, Ricardo Torres (ricardo.torres at

The templates for submission are available here. Papers must be submitted by the deadline through the JEMS website.


Topics of interest include, but are not limited, to the following:

  • Access Methods, Indexing
  • Active Databases
  • Algorithms and Techniques for Data Mining
  • Array DBMSs
  • Authorization, Privacy, and Security in Databases
  • Big Data Frameworks and Ecosystems
  • Blockchain Architectures for Data Management
  • Collecting, Extracting and Indexing Web Data
  • Complex Event and Stream-based Processing
  • Concurrency Control and Recovery
  • Data Analytics and Data Visualization
  • Data Annotation and Provenance
  • Data Cleaning, Information Filtering, and Dissemination
  • Data Modeling
  • Data on the Web
  • Data Warehousing and OLAP
  • Database as Services
  • Database Design and Data Semantics
  • Database Techniques to support Data Mining
  • Database Foundations for Data Mining
  • Database Usability, User Interfaces, and Visualization
  • Data Management for New Hardware Devices
  • Data Management for Machine Learning
  • Data Management in Clouds
  • Digital Libraries and Applications
  • Document Management and Classification
  • Embedded and Mobile Databases
  • Graph Databases
  • Heterogeneous and Federated Database Systems
  • Incompleteness and Inconsistency in Databases
  • Information Integration and Interoperability
  • Information Retrieval Models and Techniques
  • In-memory Data Management
  • Knowledge Bases, Knowledge Graphs, and Modeling
  • Machine Learning to support DBMS functionality
  • Multidimensional and Temporal Databases
  • NoSQL Databases
  • Parallel and Distributed Algorithms for Data Mining
  • Peer to peer, Parallel and Distributed Databases
  • Physical Database Design
  • Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking
  • Privacy and Security in Data Mining Algorithms
  • Probabilistic, Fuzzy and Approximate Data Management
  • Profile-based or Context-Aware Data Management
  • Query Languages and Processing
  • Query and Dataflow Optimization
  • Real-time Databases
  • Recommender Systems
  • Schema Management and Design
  • Scientific and Statistical Databases
  • Self-managed and Autonomic Databases
  • Semantic Web, Linked Data and Ontologies
  • Semi-structured Data and XML
  • Sensor Data Processing and IOT on Data
  • Social Data Processing
  • Spatial Databases and Geographical Information Systems
  • String Processing and Stream Databases
  • Text Database
  • Transaction Management
  • Web Data Management
  • Workflow Applications and Databases


Ricardo Torres (NTNU – Norway) – ricardo.torres at