Call for Papers

The next – the 24th – IRIS will take place again in the well-known environment of the University of Salzburg from Thursday, 25 to Saturday, 27 February 2021.

The leading topic of IRIS2021 are: Cybergovernance

The IRIS Conference is known for its interdisciplinary focus and the involvement of government, business and civil society. IRIS2021 does not want to dominate the subject of the platform; the speakers ultimately determine the program with their proposals. Your topic and your contribution are important to us, even if they are not covered by the main theme.

Therefore I ask you to submit proposals, especially in topics on the Network Society, the networking of legal stakeholders, the networking of legal documents, social networks of legal discussion and participation, automated decision making, and of course the related legal issues. A key goal of IRIS2021 is to show the interactions of networks in law and to find appropriate practical solutions.

I may cordially invite you to submit a contribution in the form of a short abstract (author, affiliation, title, short abstract 600 characters + abstract in PDF/Word (ideally 2 pages) or already full paper of 8 pages) by 31 October 2021. The abstract should be uploaded via the conference homepage or directly via the website of the conference programme EasyChair.

The programme will be available with begin of December 2021. You will be continuously informed on the rolling-out of the conference.

Camera-ready contributions (length 4, 6, 8 or a maximum of 10 pages) should be uploaded by 7 January 2021 at the latest in order to include them in the conference proceedings. The proceedings will be available at the conference. Further, the papers are published in the electronic journal Jusletter IT.