10th International Workshop

Data Analysis Methods for Software Systems
Druskininkai, Lithuania,
Hotel „Europa Royale“,

10th International Workshop
Data Analysis Methods for Software Systems
Druskininkai, Lithuania, Hotel „Europa Royale“
November 29 – December 1, 2018

The Organizing Committee is pleased to welcome you to take part at the 10th International Workshop „Data Analysis Methods for Software Systems“, which will be held on November 29 - December 1, 2018, in Druskininkai, Lithuania.

Organizers of the Workshop are Vilnius University Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies, the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences and the Lithuanian Computer Society.

Goals of the Event

1. Introduce computer science and IT business community to research undertaken at Lithuanian and foreign universities in the fields of software engineering and data mining (the number of scientists presenting their projects at the conference grows every year).
2. Foster relations between business entities and research community. Business representatives will have an opportunity to introduce their problems that need scientific solutions.
3. Facilitate scientific networking that will lead to joint research projects.
4. Initiate connections with foreign research institutions and scientists.

Time and Place

The conference is to be held on November 29 -December 1, 2018, in the hotel "Europa Royale", Druskininkai, Lithuania.

Workshop Registration Fee:
  140 EUR

Important dates:

Deadline for registration by the internet:October 22, 2018
Conference: November 29, 2018
Paper submission to BJMC journal issue for participants of DAMSS2018:will be announced


Proceedings of 10th International Workshop "Data analysis methods for software systems" – DAMSS 2018: Druskininkai, Lithuania, November 29-December 1, 2018 / Lithuanian Computer Society. Vilnius University Institute of Mathematics and Informatics. Lithuanian Academy of Sciences. Druskininkai: Vilnius University

The book based on the selected papers will be published by Springer after the conference. Springer series: Studies in Computational Intelligence (SCI).

Each session talk is 15-20 minutes long. Poster sessions will provide an opportunity for the authors to display the results and conclusions of the presented researchers. The poster will be exhibited during the workshop.
Recommended paper size of posters is A1 (84.1 cm x 59.4 cm.), language is English.
We will recommend the authors of talks to submit their papers for publication in the special issue of "Baltic Journal of Modern Computing" www.bjmc.lu.lv.