This year, the ISD7 has been accepted as one of the workshops taking part in KR2023. We are very excited about this opportunity as the conference is known to draw a large audience interested in topics related to the ISD workshop's central theme: the formal treatment of conceptual patterns and image schemas!
KR2023 is also co-located with:
- The 21st International Workshop on Non-Monotonic Reasoning (NMR2023), and
- The 36th International Workshop on Description Logics (DL2023).
Three major scientific events that certainly will provide an interesting scientific foundation, offer new collaboration opportunities and provide a larger audience for the Image Schema Day to flourish!
The Image Schema Day (ISD) is a workshop series devoted to the interdisciplinary research field of conceptual patterns, spatiotemporal reasoning and image schemas.
As a workshop focus lies on discussing progressive research, building new and exciting collaborations, and presenting progressive research!
Previous editions can be on this site or on:
Submission deadline: June 2nd
Notification of acceptance: July 1st
Camera-ready version: TBA
Workshop: September 2-4, 2023
The workshop welcomes papers and talks from all scientific, artistic and industrial disciplines on the topic of image schemas and closely related notions.
(but are not limited to):
Submissions must follow
new 1-column CEUR-ART Style (https://ceurws.wordpress.com/2020/03/31/ceurws-publishes-ceurart-paper-style).
After peer-reviewing, the camera-ready version of all accepted papers will be published in the ISD7 proceedings.
Authors of abstracts may turn their contributions into a full research paper after the workshop. After a second round of reviews, accepted papers will be included in the proceedings.
Abstracts for presentation: 2 pages. Not included in the proceedings.
Extended abstract: a minimum of 5 pages. Submission containing preliminary work or summaries of previously published papers.
Full research papers: 5-10 pages. Must be novel contributions not submitted for publication elsewhere.
Participation in the workshop is required by at least one author of papers to be presented at the workshop and included in the proceedings.
More information will come!
Oliver Kutz, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy
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