Since the year 2007 the international Conference for e-Democracy and Open Government (CeDEM) brings together e-democracy, e-participation and open government specialists working in academia, politics, government and business to critically analyse the innovations, issues, ideas and challenges in the networked societies of the digital age.
Starting with 2018, the conference EGOV-CeDEM-EPART 2018 represents the merge of the IFIP EGOV-EPART with the CeDEM conference as well as the annual conference of IFIP Working Group 8.5. The conference is held annually, and will be hosted 3 - 5 September 2018 at Danube University Krems in Austria.
For our call for papers as well as further informations on tracks, keynotes, submission, our PhD Colloquium & Bursary as well as proceedings and the Best Paper Award please see the EGOV-CeDEM-EPART-Conference Page
- (Hard) deadline for submissions: 17 March 2018
- Notification of acceptance: 30 April 2018
- Camera-ready paper submission and author registration: 1 June 2018
- Conference: 3 - 5 September 2018
- Peter Parycek (Danube University Krems, AT)
- Marijn Janssen (Delft University of Technology, NL)
- Jochen Scholl (University of Washington, US)
- Themis Tambouris (University of Macedonia, GR)
- Olivier Glassey (Université de Lausanne, CH)
Conference Organization Danube University Krems
Review CeDEM 2017
The CeDEM International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2017 was held 17-19 May 2017 at Danube University Krems.
Keynotes CeDEM 2017
- Prof. Dr. Ines Mergel — Digital Transformation: The case of government start-ups
- Todd O‘Boyle — Digital Tools and Digital Democracy: US Cities and Civil Society in 2017
- Keren Flavell — Reinvigorating the Role of Media to Educate and Engage Citizens
- Dave Karpf — The Promises and Pitfalls of Digital Listening: Analytic Activism in 2017 and Beyond
Bestpaper-Award CeDEM 2017
- Marco Deseriis: "Direct Parliamentarianism: An Analysis of the Political Values Embedded in Rousseau, the “Operating System” of the Five Star Movement"
Review CeDEM 2016
The CeDEM International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2016 was held 18-20 May 2016 at Danube University Krems.
Keynotes CeDEM 2016
- Mila Gascó - Co-Production and ICT-enabled Co-Production
- Hans Jochen Scholl - Profiling the Academic Domain of Digital Democracy and Government
- Efthimios Tambouris - Multidimensional Open Government Data"
- Robert Krimmer - Is there an Estonian E-Democracy? Co-Creation in the Digital State
Bestpaper-Award CeDEM 2016
- Rebecca Rumbul: Tools for transparency? Institutional barriers to effective civic technology in Latin America
Review CeDEM Asia 2016
The CeDEM Asia 2016 - International Conference for E-Democacy and Open Government - was held 7-9 December 2016 at Daegu, South Korea.
Keynotes CeDEM Asia 2016
- Eun-Ju Lee, Seoul National University, Korea
- Michael L. Best, United Nations University, Macau
- Rich Ling, University of Colorado, USA
Review CeDEM 2015
The CeDEM International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2015 was held 20-22 May 2015 at Danube University Krems.
Keynotes CeDEM 2015
- Shauneen Furlong: "International Challenges to Transformational eGovernment"
- Marijn Janssen: "Experience-based Design in Open Government"
- Theresa A. Pardo: "Enabling Open Government for All: A Roadmap for Public Libraries"
- Alon Peled: "'Wazing the Information Super Highway: Linking the World's Open Data Resources"
Bestpaper-Award CeDEM 2015
Karine Nahon, Alon Peled, and Jennifer Shkabatur: "Cities’ Open Government Data Heart Beat"
Review CeDEM 2014
The CeDEM International Conference for E-Democracy and Open Government 2016 was held 21-23 May 2014 at Danube University Krems.
Keynotes CeDEM 2014
- Alexander Gerber on Scientific Citizenship
- Jeanne Holm on Open Data
- Philipp Müller on Statehood, the Deep Web, and Democracy
- Mohamed El-Sioufi on (E)ngaging communities through global thinking for local actions
Bestpaper-Award CeDEM 2014
Raimondo Iemma, Michele Osella and Federico Morando: “Breaking Public Administrations’ Data silos: The Case of Open-DAI and a comparison between open data platforms"