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Carnegie Mellon University | Software Engineering Institute

43rd ER 2024The 43rd International Conference on Conceptual Modeling 

Conceptual Modeling, AI, and Beyond

28-31 OCTOBER 2024 | PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA, USA

Call for Workshop Proposals

Continuing a long tradition, ER 2024 will host multiple workshops on cutting-edge topics to be held in conjunction with the main ER 2024 conference. The workshops will serve as an intensive collaborative forum for exchanging innovative ideas about conceptual modeling, and for discovering new frontiers for its use. We specifically invite proposals for interactive workshops on new, emerging, or established topics in conceptual modeling, or its application in specific domains. Workshops aligned with the main conference theme (“Conceptual Modeling, AI, and Beyond”) are especially welcome. We encourage workshop organizers to include activities that provide their participants with a true workshop experience that is interactive, engaging, and encourages discussion.

Important Dates

All deadlines are 23:59 AoE (Anywhere on Earth)

Intention to submit Proposal
ASAP

Topics of Interest (Not Limited to the Following)

Topic Suggestions (besides main conference topics)

  • Previously successful workshop topics
  • Conceptual modeling of big data applications
  • Conceptual modeling of neural networks (explainable AI)
  • Conceptual modeling needed for Internet of Things (IoT), Cyber Physical System (CPS) and other applications (e.g. decision-making, situation monitoring, etc.)
  • Conceptual modeling to assist information fusion/integration
  • Quantum computing in Conceptual modeling/AI
  • Executable conceptual model and Software Engineering
  • Conceptual modeling and Human-Computer Interaction
  • Conceptual model and Cognitive Science
  • Conceptual model from reverse engineering of data
  • Conceptual model for multi-media database development and visualization
  • Conceptual model and informatics (art and science)
  • AI for conceptual modeling, etc.

Evaluation Criteria

Workshop proposals will be evaluated according to the following criteria:

  • Quality of the proposal, organizer(s), & committee members
  • Relevance to the ER Conference
  • Likely numbers of submissions/presentations/attendees
  • Overlap with other workshops