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RCIS 2020 -- 14th International Conference on Research Challenges
in Information Science

September 22-25, 2020, Online

RCIS 2020 will bring together scientists, researchers, engineers and
practitioners from a wide range of information science fields and to provide
opportunities for knowledge sharing and dissemination. The theme of the
2020 edition of RCIS is "Information Science in the Days of Artificial

The conference will be held online on Tuesday 22 September through Friday
25 September in the 11.00-17.00 CEST timeslot.

Registration for non-authors is available at the favorable price of 30 Euros,
which give access to all scientific events: two keynote speeches, three
tutorials, 29 papers in the main track, 12 posters & demos, 8 research
projects, one panel on the role of AI in information systems, and 4 doctoral
consortium papers.

Register at by
**September 14, 2020***.


· Hajo Reijers (Utrecht University): The Future of Work Automation

· Nava Tintarev (Delft University of Technology): Explainable AI is not yet
understandable AI

For more information on the keynotes, visit .

Main Conference

There will be 56 presentations in the research track, doctoral consortium,
research projects, posters & demos, and tutorials. 

An overview of the program can be found here: .

Virtual Format

The conference will be held online through Zoom sessions. The technical
presentations will be organized into two parallel tracks. Some events will be
plenary, including the keynotes, the panel, and the posters & demos track.
The main program will be split into three sessions, each lasting 90 minutes,
with breaks of 30 minutes between the sessions. 

On Wednesday, after the sessions, we are planning an informal get-together


The proceedings, published by Springer, are available online and will be
made freely available to registered participants:

We are looking forward to meeting you (virtually) at RCIS 2020.

· Pericles Loucopoulos, General Co-Chair
· George A. Papadopoulos, Organization Chair and General Co-Chair
· Fabiano Dalpiaz, Program Co-Chair
· Jelena Zdravkovic, Program Co-Chair