Satellite Events

Open Workshops

A workshop can be viewed as a mini-conference dedicated to specific topical area. As an example, a workshop may be dedicated to specific X (where X is in bio, astro, chemo, etc.), or to specific research and technical issues in data intensive domains. The goal of a workshop is to enable in-depth discussion of challenges, problems, etc. which are too specific for the main conference.

A workshop is considered open if the selection of submission to be presented at the workshop is based on anonymous reviewing by the workshop program committee.

The duration of a workshop may be either full day (at most 4 sessions) or half-day (2 sessions).

Similar to the main conference, a workshop may include invited lectures, tutorials etc. However, see section on organizational issues below.

Accepted Proposals

On a proposal by the Institute of Biomedical Chemistry of RAS an Open Workshop has been accepted as a satellite event of the DAMDID/RCDL'2016 conference entitled as: "Data-Intensive Healthcare" (please, find details here: The purpose of the Workshop - to discuss the convergence of methods of manipulation of big data about human nature at the molecular level, at the level of health and socio-network level.

Important dates

Paper submission 05.06.2016
Tutorial application submission 31.05.2016
Notification of acceptance 11.07.2016
Camera-ready papers 05.08.2016
PhD Workshop
Paper submission 10.06.2016
Notification of acceptance 30.06.2016
Camera-ready papers 05.08.2016
Satellite Events
Satellite Event submission 01.04.2016
Notification of acceptance 15.04.2016