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The Bled eConference program committee met yesterday to discuss planning activities for the 35th conference.

We work on hosting this celebratory edition of the conference in person – if the circumstances will allow for safe travel and networking. We can’t wait to meet with all of our authors and supporters again, even more so since the Bled family only grew during the last years.

Dear authors,
the call for paper submission is now open!
The theme for the 35th Bled eConference is Digital restructuring and human (re)action. Besides the general track addressing various aspects of digitalization and digital transformation we also welcome submissions on special interest topics of Digital Health, Digital Wellness, Digital Ethics, AI & Data Science, Digital Education, Smart Sustainable Cities, Business Models, Digital Consumers and Restructured Work.
More information: https://bledconference.org/cfp/
The deadline for submission of research papers is March 1, 2022, for Doctoral Consortium March 15, 2022, and for Students Bazaar on April 5, 2022.
Join us in Bled in June!

We added a 2021 series to the Bled eConference Association of Information Systems (AIS) eLibary repository!

All full research papers from the 34th Bled eConference are available here: https://aisel.aisnet.org/bled2021/

The Bled eConference special issue in JTAER is now accepting submissions. The call is open until October 31, 2021.
More information:

Dear Participants of Bled eConference,

We would like to thank both keynote speakers Zoran Stančič and Gregor Strojin for opening 34th Bled eConference and sharing their timely and interesting speeches.

Both Zoran and Gregor provided their keynote presentations to be published publicly on the Bled eConference website. You will find them on the links below:

Dear participants,

here is the presentation from the 2nd opening session at the 34th Bled eConference.

The slides contain information on this year’s submissions, outstanding paper and reviewer awards as well as information on associated journals, their editors and special issues related to Bled eConference.

The opening of the 34th Bled eConference will be held on Monday, June 28, 2021, at 9:00 (CET).
We will be joined by two keynote speakers Zoran Stančič, Special Adviser, Directorate-General for Communication Networks, Content and Technology (DG CNECT), European Commission; and Gregor Strojin, Chair of the Ad Hoc Committee on Artificial Intelligence at the Council of Europe (CAHAI).
Zoran Stančič will open the conference with a speech “2030 Digital Compass – The European Way for the Digital Decade”.
His speech will be followed by Gregor Strojin, who will speak about “AI Regulation: Emerging binding legal instruments”
The opening of the 34th Bled eConference is open to the public.

Dear authors, supporters and participants of Bled eConference,

34th Bled eConference proceedings are now published and openly available online.

e-Book is available …

A panel entitled Data, Real World uses – Pandemics, Covid-19, and the impacts across the planet will be held during Bled eConference on Tuesday, June 29, 2021, 11:30 – 13:00 (CET).

Important

IMPORTANT DATES

36th Bled eConference
June 25-28, 2023,

Bled, Slovenia

Easychair paper submission system opens in
January, 2023

Paper submissions due:

Full papers and research in progress papers
March 6, 2023

Doctoral Consortium and Students Bazaar proposals
March 16, 2023

Notifications by April 28, 2023
Final papers due May 15, 2023

About Bled eConference

Bled eConference has been shaping electronic interactions since 1988.
Small supportive community offers the opportunity to benefit from expertise of esteemed researchers.

About conference

Bled eConference has been shaping electronic interactions since 1988. Small supportive community offers the opportunity to benefit from expertise of esteemed researchers. It attracts speakers and delegates from business, government, information technology providers and universities and is the major venue for researchers working in all aspects of digital transformation.

The conference venue is the Alpine village of Bled, 30 km south of the Austrian border – one of the most beautiful spots imaginable. Expect to learn and play and come away feeling that you have achieved more than you normally would at any conference.

With fresh ideas and complementary themes we would like to establish a creative environment for researchers, government, industry/business representatives and technology providers and an attractive meeting point for discussing new R&D and project ideas, also in the spirit of Horizon 2020.

The conference has a wide appeal, offering:

  • a fully-refereed Research Track, devoted to researchers in all aspects of digital transformation;
  • Doctoral Consortium, offering students to present their ongoing master’s and PhD study results;
  • ePrototype Students Bazaar, offering students opportunities to present innovative e- or m-Business or IoT ideas, models, prototypes and apps;
  • a Business and Government Panel Track which attracts eminent business and government leaders from Europe, the Americas and Asia-Pacific;
  • Business, Government and Academic Workshops and Meetings offering unparalleled opportunities to discuss, share and learn with colleagues from around the world;
  • EU projects dissemination meetings; enabling project partners to connect with other similar projects and to disseminate results to a wider community.

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