The SSDBM conference series focuses on concepts, tools,
and techniques for scientific and statistical database applications. The
2009 meeting marks the 21st time that scientific domain experts and
database researchers, practitioners, and developers will come together to
share their insights and discuss future research directions in a
stimulating environment. The conference will have a single track of
presentations, including invited talks, peer-reviewed papers, and panel
discussions. The conference proceedings will be published as a volume in
Springer's Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.
We solicit research papers (up to 18 pages LNCS style)
describing original work not published or under review elsewhere. Papers
selected after peer review will be included in the conference proceedings
and presented orally at the conference.
SSDBM will address all aspects of scientific and
statistical database management. Topics of interest include, but are not
& representation of data & knowledge for scientific domains
management for scientific & statistical data
for managing scientific data, including P2P- & wiki-based
analysis, mining, modeling, & summarization of large-scale data
querying, & analysis of scientific data, including sensor streams
management, & optimization of scientific workflows & experiments
& system architectures for scientific computing & e-science
integration for scientific data
& provenance management in scientific databases & workflows
of complex scientific data
issues (privacy, security, reliability, quality) in scientific &
studies of data management in all domains of science
We also invite short papers (up to 9 pages LNCS style)
describing systems and software demonstrations or discussing new ideas or
work in an early stage. Accepted short papers will be featured in a
Abstracts due January 9 2009, 23:59
Full & short papers due January
16, 2009, 23:59 Hawaii time Extended to January 18, 5 PM Central time.
Notification of acceptance March 13, 2009
Camera-read copy due April 13, 2009
SSDBM 2008 invites original, unpublished submissions not
exceeding 18 pages in the camera-ready
Short papers (up to 6 pages LNCS style) describing
systems and software demonstrations or discussing new ideas or work in an
early stage are also invited, and will be featured in a
Papers should be submitted through the EasyChair
SSDBM2009 submission site.
Camera ready papers should have
the same LNCS formatting as the original submissions. Later we will post a
checklist of items to be submitted by the authors of accepted papers.
Please submit the requested material via EasyChair.