We are happy to announce that the 3rd edition of the Academic Track of the Eurofiling XBRL Week will take place in the Warsaw, 29 and 30 May 2018.
Call for Papers
The Academic Track is a space for sharing ideas and experiences from established and emerging reporting domains using standards and novel technologies. We are looking for applied research that tries to solve real problems and create an impact on corporate reporting, from data publication, data gathering, data interoperability, analysis and visualisation.
We are pleased to accept any work related to the areas of financial and non-financial reporting, which explore new opportunities, challenges and solutions to achieve impact on decision-making processes implementing and consuming XBRL technology. Besides, any work that can add value to the existing corporate information available in XBRL and iXBRL formats (See XBRL Open Data by XBRL International) and its market is welcomed.
The following topics are accepted:
XBRL Disclosure and wider use of iXBRL
Web technologies, semantic web and ontologies
Knowledge representation and reasoning
Perception and use of XBRL data by analysts and stock markets
Accounting Information Systems
XBRL Disclosure and wider use of iXBRL
Information retrieval and extraction
Natural language processing
Open Information Model (OIM)
Dates & Guidelines
Compulsory abstract submission (deadline extended):
April 13nd April 24th,2018 (23:59 CET)
Full paper and posters submissions: April 27th, 2018 (23:59 CET)
Authors notification: May 1st , 2018 (23:59 CEST)
Camera ready: May 9th , 2018 (23:59 CEST)
Conference Date: May 29th – 30st 2018 Warsaw Stock Exchange (WSE), Warsaw
The submissions must be in English, carefully checked for correct grammar and spelling. Each work should clearly indicate the nature of its technical/scientific contribution and the problems, domains or environments to which it is applicable.
Papers may not exceed 15 pages in length and it is recommended to be formatted according to the guidelines for Springer’s author instructions: http://www.springer.com/computer/lncs?SGWID=0-164-6-793341-0
Extended abstracts may not exceed 500 words.
Posters should be submitted as extended abstracts and be no more than 500 words. Poster size: Portrait A1 (841mm High x 594mm Wide)
Submissions and reviewing must be sent to email@example.com
The Programme Committee will review and accept posters and papers, at its sole criteria. Comments and questions to the Programme Committee would be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Speakers of accepted papers, extended abstracts and posters have full conference access at no charge (poster printing, travelling and accommodation expenses have to be covered individually).
Posters, short papers and papers will be published at this website http://eurofiling.info/2018/academic-track/
Intellectual Property Policy, when applicable to Eurofiling documents, is legally noticed at eurofiling.info/legal
If you are interested in being part of the Programme Committee, please send an email to email@example.com.
A link to your on-line CV is appreciated. The name, affiliation and e-mail of the volunteering Programme Committee members are published above.
The Eurofiling community, the XBRL consortium, the Committee of European Normalisation, as well as many er similar initiatives, are built on the tradition of an open community, based on volunteers. No particular restrictions are applied to be a member of the different groups. Each group organises internally their work, structure and chairmanship at their own convenience, in a consensus-based approach.
In general, the Program Committee of the Academic Track is in charge of all the academic aspects, at its sole criteria, and, among them:
- Call for Papers
- Review and accept posters and papers
- Chair the presentation sessions
- Publication of proceedings
- Link with scholars and academic stakeholders
Jointly organized by
Eurofiling provides a collaborative environment, being since 2005 an open meeting place for Regulators, Supervisors, Entities from both the public and private sector, such as financial institutions, providers, academic and private individuals around the following central theme: European and National Regulatory Reporting and the financial ecosystem; improving collaboration and awareness to leverage interoperability; together.
XBRL Europe has been set up to foster European XBRL efforts and to implement common XBRL projects in Europe between its members and to liaise with European Authorities and organizations. XBRLEurope is also governed by its Executive Committee under the supervision of the General Assembly. The Executive Committee as the managing body of the Association, is responsible for the management and administration of the Association.