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ICDEc 2024 Paper Submission

Submission and Reviewing Process

Authors should follow the minimum standards as set out in the Springer Nature Code of Conduct for Book Authors. Details are available on

Authors should consult Springer's authors' instructions and use the proceedings templates, either for LaTeX or for Word, for the preparation of their papers. Springer encourages authors to include their ORCIDs in their papers. In addition, the corresponding author of each paper, acting on behalf of all of the authors of that paper, must complete and sign a Consent-to-Publish form. The corresponding author signing the copyright form should match the corresponding author marked on the paper. Once the files have been sent to Springer, changes relating to the authorship of the papers cannot be made.

Springer's proceedings LaTeX templates are available in Overleaf and you may like to draw the authors' attention to this fact via the conference website.

Submitted papers are selected based on their originality, relevance to the conference topics and technical soundness, following a double blind peer-revewing process. Authors names and affiliations should be deleted from the submitted version. Self-references should be in the third person. One of the authors of an accepted submission should attend the conference to present the work. Papers should be submitted in PDF format through the easychair system. Please note that English is the only accepted language for writing and presenting papers. Accepted and presented papers will be included in the conference proceedings and submitted for inculsion in the Springer LNBIP series. EasyChair online submission website:

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In case of submission problem, please contact contact (at) aten (dot) tn.

Type of Contributions
  • Full papers (Up to 14 pages)
  • Short papers (Up to 6 pages)
  • Special session proposals
  • Extended abstract for poster session (research in progress)
  • Important Dates

  • Deadline of paper submission
    February 7th, 2024
  • Notification of acceptance and reviewing report
    March 18th, 2024
  • Deadline of final version submission
    March 25th, 2024
  • Deadline for early birds registration
    April 2nd, 2024
  • Conference Date
    May 9th-11th, 2024

Previous ICDEc proceedings

Previous ICDEc proceedings

Conference Topics

Submissions can consist of theoretical or applied research in a large range of tracks and topics including, but not limited to:

Web Intelligence Technologies
  1. Cloud computing
  2. Service Oriented Architecture
  3. Big Data technologies
  4. Mobile Information Systems
  5. Ubiquity
  6. NFC Technology and Contact-less Mobile Payments
  7. Social Networking
Big Data and Data Science
  1. Knowledge representation
  2. Web Semantics and Ontologies
  3. Web Information retrieval
  4. Web personalization
  5. Uncertainty Reasoning
  6. Web Mining
  7. Business Intelligence and Data Warehousing
  8. Knowledge visualization
  9. KM implementation
  10. Intelligent Paradigms for Knowledge Engineering
Knowledge Discovery and Management
Intelligent Agent Systems
  1. Multi-Agent Systems
  2. Evolving Systems
  3. Intelligent Behaviour
  4. Cognitive Systems
  5. Brain Modeling and Simulation
  6. Bio-Inspired Intelligence
  7. Autonomous and Organic Computation
  8. Artificial Intelligence
  9. Neuro-Fuzzy Systems
Web Security
  1. e-payment systems and protocols
  2. Network Security
  3. Web Application Security
  4. Web Privacy
  5. Database Security
  6. Encryption and cryptanalysis
  7. Digital watermarking
  8. Steganography and information hiding
  9. Digital forensics
  10. e-banking security
  11. Password security and usability
  12. Graphical passwords
Uncertainty Managament
  1. Uncertainty theories (probability, possibility, belief functions...)
  2. Machine learning
  3. Information fusion
  4. Big Data
  5. Database management
Internet Of Things
  1. Smart city
  2. Smart home
  3. Smart area
Advanced Artificial Intelligence Techniques
  1. Machine learning algorithms
  2. Rule-based technique
  3. Explainable Artificial Intelligence
Digital transformation processes in the private and public sectors
  1. Managerial challenges of digital transformation in the public and private sectors (HR, Financial, Logistics, Cultural, etc)
  2. Processes of digital transformation (Digital project management)
  3. Comparative analysis of digital transformation in public Vs. private
  1. E-advertising
  2. Pros & Cons
  3. Pros & Cons of social media marketing
  4. Web design in e- commerce
  5. Cross- cultural issues in e- commerce
  6. online consumer behavior
  7. online consumer data
Digital Marketing
  1. Openness, Regional Integration and Economic Growth
  2. Productivity and Economic Growth
  3. Financing the development
  4. Financial risks and capital flows
  5. Looking ahead: New prospects for innovation from a regional perspective
  6. Innovation, Growth and Social Prosperity
  7. Access to financing and the contribution to inclusive social and economic development.
  1. Digital financial intermediation
  2. Digital Currencies
  3. Alternative Finance
  4. Online auctions
  5. Cloud accounting
E-Learning and Cloud Education
  1. E-Knowledge transfer
  2. Processes of digitalization of teaching materials
  3. New technologies in e-learning
  4. E- pedagogy Vs. conventional pedagogy
Balance of Trade and Big Data
  1. Promoting domestic products
  2. Generating public policies that encourage exports and limit imports
  3. Trade agreements (advantages and disadvantages)
  4. Producers' knowledge to improve production
  5. Informative Economics Culture
Utilizing Big Data in Sustainable Development
  1. Global Warming and Environmental Changes
  2. Generating public policies that enforce sustainable planning
  3. Criticizing Models of Sustainability
  4. Economic Development
  5. Reducing Poverty and Spreading Social Equity
Communication style in the digital age
  1. Evolution of communication in the digital economy age
  2. Interpersonal communication in the digital economy age
  3. Legal, social, political, technological challenges in communication online
  4. Face work in confrontational dialogues
  5. Web based gender communication
  6. Implicit versus explicit language and respective users’ profiles
  7. Online versus off-line linguistic behvior.