The conference welcomes the organization of special tracks focusing on particular domains or topics. Proposals for special tracks are welcome. Papers submitted to tracks undergo the same review procedures and are published in the same proceedings as those accepted for the main track. Tracks currently being organized:
- Cultural Collections & Applications
- Agriculture, Food & Environment
- Health Information Systems and Digital Libraries
- Open Repositories, Research Information Systems and Data Infrastructures
- Special workshop on Project Networking
Proceedings will be published by Springer's CCIS (Communications in Computer and Information Science) Book Series. The proceedings will be abstracted/indexed in: Scopus, EI-Compendex, DBLP, Google Scholar, Mathematical Reviews, SCImago. CCIS volumes are also submitted for the inclusion in ISI Proceedings.
Revised and extended versions of best papers will be published in selected international journals, including the International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies (Inderscience), and Program: Electronic library and information systems (Emerald) (list incomplete).
Proceedings have been published in the Springer's CCIS (Communications in Computer and Information Science) Series in previous events.
- MTSR 2012 proceedings have been published in Vol. 343 of the CCIS Series
- MTSR 2011 proceedings have been published in Vol. 240 of the CCIS Series
- MTSR 2010 proceedings have been published in Vol. 108 of the CCIS Series
- MTSR 2009 proceedings have been published in Vol. 46 of the CCIS Series
- MTSR 2007 proceedings have been published in Vol. 16 of the CCIS Series
- MTSR 2005 proceedings
Continuing the successful mission of previous MTSR Conferences (MTSR'05, MTSR'07, MTSR'09, MTSR'10, MTSR'11 and MTSR’12), the seventh International Conference on Metadata and Semantics Research (MTSR'13) aims to bring together scholars and practitioners that share a common interest in the interdisciplinary field of metadata, linked data and ontologies. Participants will share novel knowledge and best practice in the implementation of these semantic technologies across diverse types of Information Environments and applications. These include Cultural Informatics; Open Access Repositories & Digital Libraries; E-learning applications; Search Engine Optimisation & Information Retrieval; Research Information Systems and Infrastructures; e-Science and e-Social Science applications; Agriculture, Food and Environment; Bio-Health & Medical Information Systems. For more information see the Call for Papers