PIKM 2013 - the 6th Workshop for Ph.D. Students at CIKM 2013
in San Francisco, CA, USA, on 2013-11-01 Picture by Christian Mehlführer
PIKM 2013 in San Francisco, CA, USA, on 2013-11-01, co-located with the 22nd ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management


The submissions to the PIKM 2013 should propose research ideas that can mature into a dissertation. The authors could be Ph.D. students or Masters students aspiring to get a Ph.D. having in mind a clear idea of a proposal. Students could also submit work on one or more sub-problems of their dissertation. The papers should address the research issues in their proposal focusing on the challenges in solving them. They could also include the proposed techniques to solve the given problems. Preliminary experimental evaluation should be included. However, it should be clear that the work is ongoing. A wide range of topics on any area in databases, information retrieval and knowledge management can be presented at this workshop. The areas of interest of the PIKM workshop are the same as stated in the Call for papers at the CIKM main conference.


Submissions should be 8 pages long at maximum, including references. Please us the same formatting guidelines as for the CIKM main conference. The submissions are not double-blind (meaning that you can put the author names in the paper). Submission site: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=acmpikm2013. The submission deadline has passed.