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Research Bernoulli Institute EDOC2023 Calls and dates

Call for Workshop Proposals

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The International EDOC Conference is the key forum for researchers and practitioners in the field of enterprise computing. Since 1997, EDOC conferences address the full range of models, methodologies, and engineering technologies contributing to intra- and inter-enterprise application systems.

The theme of EDOC 2023 is designing and operating “sustainable enterprises”  to reflect the global developments toward sustainable living. 

The main conference is accompanied with a number of workshops prior to the main event. They provide an excellent forum for smaller groups of industry experts, researchers, consumers and other interested parties, to discuss specific topics of interest, in a less formal structure than the main conference. The ultimate goal is to develop a common understanding of the challenges, possible solutions and stimulate longer term collaboration of participants. 

These workshops can focus on the established technologies in new application areas, or even new areas of inquiries, some of which are listed next.

  • Enterprise architecture
  • Interoperability, federation, and integration
  • Service-oriented architectures
  • Software architecture and engineering
  • Model-driven engineering
  • Digital twins
  • Enterprise security, information privacy and consent
  • Distributed ledgers and smart contracts
  • Business process and business rules
  • Advanced analytics and AI for business and consumer applications
  • Semantics and information management
  • Digital ethics, law and human rights
  • Community trust, resilience, and responsibility - AI concerns
  • Human machine ecology
  • Sustainability

Workshops can focus on emerging and interdisciplinary topics related to enterprise computing in general, or in domains such as healthcare, advanced manufacturing, environmental sciences, sustainable agriculture, finance, transportation, aerospace and defense, energy and supply chains, while ensuring compliance with the related human rights, ethics and legal challenges and longer-term interoperability strategies. Industry involvement, and industrial experience reports, are encouraged as well.

We invite you to submit proposals for one-day or half-day workshops. Both research and application-oriented topics are welcome.

We encourage workshop organizers to be creative when structuring their workshop programs and CFPs. Next to paper presentations, workshops can be enriched by invited talks (from practitioners or researchers), working groups, demonstrations, etc.


Workshop proposal submission:
March 30, 2023
Workshop proposal notification:
April 14, 2023
Workshop paper submission:
July 28, 2023
Workshop paper notification of acceptance:
August 27, 2023
Author registration:
Septmeber 10, 2023
EDOC workshop day:
October 30 or October 31, 2023 (TBD)
Workshop camera-ready paper (for joint workshop proceedings volume):
November 27, 2023


Your proposal document must contain the following information:

  1. Title of the workshop
  2. Proposed duration of the workshop (full-day or half-day)
  3. Name, affiliation, and e-mail addresses of the workshop chairs
  4. Abstract (500-1000 words) explaining the workshop topics and their fit with the EDOC conference, intended audience, organization/format of the workshop: Specify the type of contributions, distribution into sessions, type of sessions you intend to solicit and other relevant details.
  5. Preliminary Call for Papers, including:
    • Workshop description, background and goals
    • List of topics
    • Preliminary list of program committee members
    • Information about distribution channels (e.g., mailing lists, web-site, direct mailings to past presenters, other direct mailings) that will be used for advertising the workshop
  6. History of the workshop (if it was held before) with some statistics

  7. Short biographies of workshop chairs.


  • Tiago Prince Sales, University of Twente, The Netherlands (tiago.princesales

  • Sybren de Kinderen, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands (s.d.kinderen

For further information, please send an email to the workshop chairs or visit the EDOC 2023 website.


Please ensure that you adhere to the above workshop proposal guidelines providing all requested information using at most six pages. The proposal must be submitted as a PDF file to the workshop chairs.


We will organize a joint post-proceedings volume for all workshops, which will be published with Springer under the Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP) series. 

Workshops organizers may choose to publish their papers in this volume or organize themselves an independent proceedings volume with another publisher (e.g.  Those that opt for the Springer LNBIP proceedings must comply with a 50% acceptance rate.

Workshop organizers may also decide to not include all accepted submissions in their proceedings, such as vision papers, extended abstracts papers, etc. 

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