The Inaugural CDOIQ China Symposium

 

 

 

Background

The Inaugural Chief Data Officer and Information Quality, China (CDOIQ China) Symposium is the premier venue for practitioners and researchers in the Asia Pacific region to disseminate knowledge, to reflect professional experiences, and to exchange research results. The Symposium strives to provide a unique perspective and cutting-edge knowledge. The majority of the attendees of the Symposium are leading practitioners and government officers, in particular, senior executives in major organizations in the public and private sectors.

A accumulated body of knowledge on CDO and IQ can be found at http://mitcdoiq.org.

 

Important Deadlines

June 15     Proposal submissions deadline

July 10      Notification of acceptance

AUG 30     Early registration deadline

NOV 1       accepted presentations deadline

DEC 1       Participants registration deadline

DEC 27     CDOIQ China Symposium starts

DEC 27     CDOIQ Youth Innovation Forum

DEC 28    Symposium ends

 

Submission

Email to cdoiqChina@mit.edu:

  1. Intention to present at CDOIQ China Symposium, and indication that the materials have been authorized and cleared to be available to the Symposium and the public.
  2. Abstract (300 words max) as an attachment.
  3. Bio (150 words max) and photo for each co-author must be submitted at this time.

 

Authorization to Present and Publish

It is the policy of CDOIQ China Symposium that authors must obtain all appropriate authorization and clearance for materials submitted to, presented at, and included in the Symposium. It is the responsibility of the authors and presenters to obtain any internal authorization and clearance before submitting papers and presentations to the Symposium for consideration and inclusion in the Proceedings. Once accepted for presentation and inclusion in the Symposium Proceedings, all documents shall become permanent records of the Symposium, and will be made available to the public internationally via the Symposium’s website and the Proceedings electronic distribution. Accepted presentation authors must commit to present at the Symposium.