I just wanted to ask, does Wikipedia have a DOI? I have done research by
data mining the titles and IP edits in Wikipedia. The journal is asking if
there is a DOI. I don't see any.
Your help is much appreciated,
School of Geography and Development
University of Arizona
I wanted to share this project that I have just proposed for a project
I am proposing this work as part of a team of 3 researchers from
Eurecat, a research center in Barcelona.
Our aim is to study editor's lifecycle to identify factors associated
with editors leaving the project and make what we discover available
through dashboards that can be used by the communities to plan further
We plan to study interaction metrics over time, and quantify different
aspects of editor experience along editors' lifecycle. We will devote
special attention to underrepresented groups of users, according to
aspects such as gender, country, and native language.
We aim to build on the state of the art, and to involve the community as
much as possible when choosing on which metrics we should focus on.
We welcome any feedback on the proposal.
Call for Papers (***Deadline Extension***)
formal papers - informal papers - doctoral programme
13th Conference on Intelligent Computer Mathematics
- CICM 2020 -
July 26-31, 2020
Digital and computational solutions are becoming the prevalent means
for the generation, communication, processing, storage and curation of
CICM brings together the many separate communities that have developed
theoretical and practical solutions for mathematical applications such
as computation, deduction, knowledge management, and user interfaces.
It offers a venue for discussing problems and solutions in each of
these areas and their integration.
CICM 2020 Invited Speakers:
Kevin Buzzard (Imperial College, London, UK)
Catherine Dubois (ENSIIE, CNRS, Evry, France)
Christian Szegedy (Google Research, Mountain View, CA, USA)
CICM 2020 Programme committee:
CICM 2020 invites submissions in all topics relating to intelligent
computer mathematics, in particular but not limited to
* theorem proving and computer algebra
* mathematical knowledge management
* digital mathematical libraries
CICM appreciates the varying nature of the relevant research in this
area and invites submissions of different forms:
1) Formal submissions will be reviewed rigorously and accepted papers
will be published in a volume of Springer LNCS:
* regular papers (up to 15 pages including references) present
novel research results
* project and survey papers (up to 15 pages + bibliography)
summarize existing results
* system and dataset descriptions (up to 5 pages including
references) present digital artifacts
* system entry (1 page according to the given LaTeX template)
provides metadata and a quick overview of a new tool or a new
release of an existent tool
2) Informal submissions will be reviewed with a positive bias and
selected for presentation based on their relevance for the community.
* informal papers may present work-in-progress, project
announcements, position statements, etc.
* posters and system demos will be presented in parallel in special
3) The doctoral programme provides PhD students with a forum to
present early results and receive constructive feedback and mentoring.
*** Important Dates ***
Formal submissions (***extended deadlines***)
- Abstract deadline: March 16
- Full paper deadline: March 22
- Reviews sent to authors: April 24
- Rebuttals due: April 28
- Notification of acceptance: May 1
- Camera-ready copies due: May 10
- Conference: July 26-31
Informal submissions and doctoral programme
Two separate submission rounds are offered so that some authors can
make early travel plans while other authors submit spontaneously.
- First round submission deadline: April 15
- Notification of acceptance: May 1
- Second round submission deadline: June 15
- Notification of acceptance: July 1
All submissions should be made via easychair at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=cicm13
As in previous years, we will publish the CICM 2020 proceedings with Springer LNCS.
I have good news! CAT Lab <http://citizensandtech.org/> (formerly
CivilServant) is hiring a full-time deputy director! If you or someone you
know is interested in working alongside me and the rest of the CAT Lab team
to envision and grow our community-led research initiative, send them our
Do you wonder about the role of technology in society? Do you wish for
better evidence and greater public influence on the future of our digital
The Citizens and Technology Lab (CAT Lab) at the Cornell University
Department of Communication is hiring a full-time Deputy Director
that could be you (or someone you know)!
The Deputy Director will build CAT Lab alongside our Principal Investigator J.
Nathan Matias <http://natematias.com/>, focusing on strategy, organization
building, management, and administration. We are seeking a creative
institution-builder who is energized to imagine and establish a
public-interest research organization within one of the world’s leading
Full details about the Ithaca-based position (BA minimum degree
requirement) are available on the Cornell University HR website:
- *Deputy Director, Citizens and Technology Lab – Communication*
If you have any questions about the position, please contact J. Nathan
Matias at nathan.matias(a)cornell.edu
J. Nathan Matias <http://natematias.com/> : Cornell University : Citizens
and Technology Lab <https://citizensandtech.org> : @natematias
<http://twitter.com/natematias> : blog