Ben Ami Lipetz Conference: New Trends in Informatics Research (NTIR)

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Join us for the yearly conference on current trends in information science research held by College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security, and Cybersecurity. This event seeks to bring together the work of researchers and scholars from different disciplines to center on the implications and consequences of the free flow of information in computing.


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Call For Proposals

We invite high-quality submissions for research abstracts and posters that address the themes and topics of the conference. These submissions may be related but not limited to:


Topic Areas
  • Business Information and Decision Systems
  • Crisis Management
  • Cyberfraud
  • Cybersecurity
  • Data Privacy
  • Decision and Policy Sciences
  • Digital Curation
  • Disinformation
  • Emergency Management and Risk
  • Communication
  • Geographic Information Systems
  • Human-Computer Interaction
  • Information Security and Assurance
  • Information Technology and Learning
  • Information: Equity, Diversity, Inclusion,
  • Justice and Relevance
  • Knowledge Infrastructures
  • Knowledge Management
  • Organizational Structures, both
  • Informational and Institutional
  • Recycled Data Analytics
  • Social Computing
  • Sustainable Information
  • User Experience and Design
Proposal Submission Guidelines

Proposals should be submitted through the ConfTool Conference Administration.

Please submit the title of the paper or poster with an extended abstract (500-1000 words) no later than February 21, 2023.

The program committee will review the proposals in a double-blind review process. Selected presenters will be notified via electronic mail no later than the end of March 2023.

If you have any questions, please contact the Program Committee.

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Contact Us

If you have any questions about the New Trends in Informatics Research Conference, please contact [email protected].

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