32nd International Conference on
Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases
30. May - 3. June 2022

Presentation guidelines

Due to restrictions caused by Corona virus and political situation in the world this year conference is transformed to into a HYBRID event.

We plan to use the ZOOM video conference tool for oral presentations held ON-LINE. Please check https://zoom.us/ for detailed information about installation and settings.

Please follow the guidelines below for participation and presentation:

  1. Prepare your presentation material on your computer if ON-LINE / Use the computer in the conference room if ON-SITE.
    Provide your presentation to the organizers before the session.
    • Long paper: 20 min presentation + 10 min Q&A
    • Short and Position paper: 15 min presentation + 5 min Q&A
  2. Join the Zoom conference via link (will be sent per e-mail by organizer).
  3. Mute your microphone and turn your camera off.
  4. Please actively enter questions regarding the presentation. Specifically, address questions to “All participants” in the chat window. This will help the session chair in responding to questions after the presentation.
  5. After the permission of Chair, unmute the microphone and enable your camera.
    • Share your presentation material and start presentation. Click on the green "Share Screen" icon. You will see a pop-up window where you select your desktop or application.
    • If you have some videos in your slides, you may select "Optimize for full-screen video clip". Click the check box in the lower left that says "Share computer sound". Now when you are in screenshare mode it will play all computer sounds to the audience.
    • After finishing your presentation, please answer questions from the session chair or participants.
    • After finishing Q&A, please stop sharing the contents from the menu above the screen.
  6. If there is a discussion, please speak in a way that other participants can understand.
    • Start your statements indicating whether it is a "Question" or "Comment".
    • State your name and affiliation each time you speak.
    • When you speak, ensure your environment is quiet before un-muting your microphone (to avoid transmitting noises around you to other participants).

Important dates (new):

  • Submission deadline: January 17th, 2022
    January 31st, 2022
  • Acceptance letters: April 11st, 2022
  • Final paper for preprint: May 10th, 2022
  • Registration deadline:
    May 23rd, 2022
  • Final paper for IOS Journal print: September 2022

Local arrangements:

HAW Hamburg, Germany

Contact person:

Prof. Marina Tropmann-Frick


Local arrangements

Prof. Dr. Marina Tropmann-Frick
Professor for Data Science
Department of Computer Science
University of Applied Sciences Hamburg

Tel.: +49 40 428758418
E-Mail: Marina.Tropmann-Frick [at] haw-hamburg.de

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