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Workshop on Hot Topics 2021

co-located with the Fourth International Conference on Applied Informatics (ICAI 2021)

October 28, 2021 Buenos Aires, Argentina


This template for ICAI Workshops can be used as a guideline when creating a (mandatory) workshop website. While the kind of content provided in this file should be closely followed, workshop organizers are free to change the styling and use different UI frameworks than in this example.

The abstract should provide a brief description of the workshop, the motivation behind it as well as its objectives and target audience.

Call for Papers

Topics include but not limited to:

  • Big Data
  • Machine Learning
  • Blockchain
  • IoT
  • Cloud Computing
  • ...


We welcome the submission of original papers that have not been published anywhere else. Papers submitted to this workshop need to follow the CEUR-ART style. We highly recommend to typeset your paper in LaTeX. We distinguish between full papers (10-15 pages) and short papers (5-9 pages). All papers have to be written in English. The inclusion of ORCID is highly encouraged for all authors.

All submitted papers are reviewed by at least 3 experts. This workshop undergoes a double-blind peer review process. The initial submission shall consist of a PDF file with all information identifying the authors removed, including any acknowledgment section. Submissions are handled through EasyChair.

Authors of accepted papers need to provide all source files, i.e., either a .docx file for Word users or all LaTeX source files (.tex, .bib) as well as any assets (e.g., figures). At least one author of each accepted paper needs to register at the main ICAI conference (see below).

Proceedings will be submitted to for online publication. Authors of accepted papers have to sign the Author Agreement to Publish a Contribution as Open-Access on requires authors to physically sign with pencil on paper.


Please head over to the website of the main ICAI conference for registration.

Presentation Guidelines

Accepted papers will be presented during the workshop. Authors are required to prepare a presentation of 15 minutes, followed by a Q & A of 5 minutes. In case authors want to present using their own device, they need to make sure to bring the necessary adaptors (HDMI or VGA). All presentations must be given in English.

Accepted Papers

Important Dates
Submission Deadline


Author Notification


Camera Ready & Registration




Organizing Committee
  • John Doe, Starfleet Academy
  • Max Mustermann, Empire State University
Program Committee
  • Pepito Perez, Springfield University
  • ...