Data mining, also referred to as knowledge discovery in databases, is a process of finding new, interesting, previously unknown, potentially useful, actionable, and ultimately understandable patterns from very large volumes of data. Data mining brings together disciplines such as database systems, statistics, artificial intelligence, machine learning, parallel and distributed processing, and visualization. Popularity of data mining results from straight applicability of discovered patterns in decision support in many areas, e.g. in medicine, retail, telecommunication, banking, insurance, and many others. Data mining products are now commercially available, numerous industrial applications are being developed, as well as interesting academic prototypes are being presented.

Following the success of the previous two editions, ADMKD'2007 is the third workshop on data mining and knowledge discovery to be held in conjunction with the East-European Conference on Advances in Databases and Information Systems (ADBIS). The Workshops started as a forum to encourage researchers and practitioners to discuss and investigate data mining research and implementation issues. The primary purpose of the Workshop is to bring together scientists to share experience in developing and deploying data mining solutions. We encourage papers that report progress in ongoing research. Position papers and vision papers are also welcomed.

topics of interest

We invite researchers, practitioners, and PhD students who are developing algorithms, systems, and applications, to share their results, ideas, and experiences. Submissions are sought that cover foundations of data mining, extend data mining to new areas, or present applicative technologies. The topics of the Workshop include, but are not limited to, the following:

The Workshop will be held in Varna, Bulgaria.

important dates

Paper submission deadline17.06.2007
Notification of acceptance02.07.2007
Camera-ready copy due date16.07.2007
Workshop date02.10.2007

submission guidelines

The workshop calls for research and industrial papers reporting original results. All paper submissions will be handled electronically. Papers should be submitted via e-mail to admkd07@cs.put.poznan.pl. Each paper will be carefully reviewed by program committee members. Papers should be submitted in Microsoft Word *.doc, postscript or PDF files formatted according to the LNCS format (www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html). Accepted papers will be published in local proceedings. Papers should not exceed 10 pages in final camera-ready format. For further information regarding paper submission please send inquiries to admkd07@cs.put.poznan.pl. The extended versions of selected papers will be invited for journal publication in Control and Cybernetics (control.ibspan.waw.pl) (ISI Master Journal list).

registration & fees

Registration fee must be payed before July 30, 2007. We will acknowledge payments within 5 days of receiving them. For details regarding payment procedure please refer to main ADBIS'2007 website at https://www.adbis.org/psrs/?cmd=gsRegForm.
When paying the registration fee please include the following title of the payment:

The student status of the authors must be proved by the scanned copy of the university document. It must be sent to Jordan Kalmukov: jkalmukov@gmail.com

  before July 30 on site
Regular workshop fee 140 EUR 160 EUR
Student workshop fee 70 EUR 90 EUR

program committee
general chair
Tadeusz Morzy, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
program chairs
Mikolaj Morzy, Poznan University of Technology (Poland)
Alexandros Nanopoulos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)

Sharma ChakravarthyThe University of Texas at Arlington (USA)
Dimo DimovBulgarian Academy of Sciences (Bulgaria)
Avram EskenaziBulgarian Academy of Sciences (Bulgaria)
Bart GoethalsUniversity of Antwerp (Belgium)
Dimistrios GunopulosUniversity of California, Riverside (USA)
Mehmed KantardzicUniversity of Louisville (USA)
Hillol KarguptaUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore County (USA)
Marzena KryszkiewiczWarsaw University of Technology (Poland)
Yannis ManolopoulosAristotle University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
Yang-Sae MoonKangwon National University (Korea)
Juliana PenevaBulgarian Academy of Sciences (Bulgaria)
Armin ShmiloviciBen-Gurion University of the Negev (Israel)
Panayiotis TsaparasMicrosoft Search Labs (USA)
Alexey TsymbalSiemens Corporate Research (Germany)
Jaideep VaidyaRutgers University (USA)
Ioannis VlahavasAristotele University of Thessaloniki (Greece)
Marek WojciechowskiPoznan University of Technology (Poland)
Mohammed J. ZakiRensselaer Polytechnic Institute New York (USA)
Maciej ZakrzewiczPoznan University of Technology (Poland)