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We invite you to attend DMIN'10, the 2010 International Conference on Data Mining! DMIN'10 offers a 4 day single-track conference, keynote speeches by world renowned scientists, special sessions and free tutorials on all aspects of data mining. In the past, DMIN'09 has attracted more than 80 presentations in formal sessions plus keynotes, and excellent tutorials, with over 100 attendees plus many more visitors from other WORLDCOMP conferences.

DMIN'10 is part of WORLDCOMP'10. DMIN'10 is an international conference for academics and practitioners, held simultaneously with 21 other joint conferences as part of the 2010 World Congress in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Applied Computing (WORLDCOMP'10). With over 2000 attendees from more than 80 countries and over 20 simultaneous tracks of presentations, multiple tutorials and a strong social programme in the past years, WORLDCOMP is one of the largest annual conferences and promises many opportunities to present your work to an large, interdisciplinary audience and to extend our professional network. DMIN'10 attendees have full access to all sessions and tutorials of all conferences.

DMIN'10 attracts quality papers & presentations. DMIN accepts only high-quality papers for its conference proceedings, which are subject to a thorough & objective review process of at least 2 independent reviewers (leading academics & practitioners). The proceedings will be indexed in Inspec/IET/The Institute for Engineering and Technology (approved), DBLP/Computer Science Bibliography (they have always included the proceedings), and other major database indexes are considered (e.g., ISI Thomson Scientific).  

The DMIN conference has been highly ranked in the past. Please do not confuse DMIN with other "multi-conferences" with approximately 100% acceptance rates, although DMIN had higher acceptance rates then KDD, ICDM, PAKDD or other exclusive first-tier conferences in the past.

Caliber & ranking of WORLDCOMP conferences worldwide. Thanks to authors and speakers of WORLDCOMP congress and members of the editorial board who informed us of the following good news: According to "Microsoft Academic Search" (a Microsoft initiative) all tracks of WORLDCOMP are listed as worldwide "Top-ranked Conferences" (based on various metrics, including the number of citations). You can access "Microsoft Academic Search" and specific information extracted from it (in reference to WORLDCOMP conferences) from here.


The DMIN'09 proceedings are available online:

The 2009 delegates photos are available at http://www.pixagogo.com/1672514104.
The 2008 delegates photos can be viewed at http://www.pixagogo.com/8658134154.

Topics of interest encompass all aspects of Data Mining, Knowledge Discovery in Databases, Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence. These include (but are not limited to) all aspects of Data Mining, Machine Learning, Artificial and Computational Intelligence, including: (see [topics] for details)

  • Data Mining Methods & Algorithms
  • Data Mining Tasks & Processes
  • Data Mining Applications
  • Data Mining Tools & Software
  • Data Warehousing

We welcome contributions through research papers and industrial reports/case studies on applications in form of regular papers of up to 7 pages, double-column IEEE style, which will be presented in plenary presentations and poster sessions. In addition, we welcome short research papers & industry reports of 4 pages which will be presented in informal poster sessions. Accepted submissions include:

  • regular research papers (7 pages IEEE style, formal presentation)
  • regular industry & application reports (7 pages IEEE style, formal presentation)
  • short research papers (4 pages IEEE style, poster presentation)
  • short industry & application reports (max. 4 pages IEEE style, poster presentation)

Please download the Call for Papers [pdf] for more information.



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DMIN'10 is sponsored by:

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Important Dates

Call for Papers [download pdf]
(without showing current deadlines)
30 January 2010
Deadline for proposals to  organize/chair sessions/workshops
1 March 2010
21 March 2010 (extended!)
31 March 2010 (extended!)
Submission of draft papers
25 March 2010
20 April 2010
Notification of acceptance
1 May 2010
5 May 2010
10 May 2010
Camera-Ready conference papers & registration & copyright due
12-15 July 2010
2010 International Conference on Data Mining (DMIN'10) & 21 joint conferences of WORLDCOMP'10

Tutorials and Keynote 2010

Vladimir Cherkassky
Predictive Data Modeling and the Nature of Scientific Discovery [more]
Vladimir Cherkassky
Advanced Methodologies for Learning with Sparse Data [more]
Peter Geczy
Web Mining: Opportunities and Challenges [more]


General Enquiries: Robert Stahlbock
General Conference Chair



Conference Programme Chair: Sven F. Crone

Programme Chair



Student Funding Enquiries:  Nikolaos Kourentzes
Student Chair



Tutorials Session Proposals: Philippe Lenca
Tutorial Chair



Special Session & Workshop Proposals: Gary M. Weiss
Special Session Chair



Exhibitors & Corporate Sponsors : Wolfram Lippe
Exhibit Chair


DMIN'10 News

published [here]
April 30, 2010                     
Tutorial by Peter Geczy [more]
February 23, 2010                     
Tutorial by Vladimir Cherkassky [more]
Special Sessions
January 26, 2010                     
The following two special sessions are approved:

1) Real-World Data Mining Applications, Challenges, and Perspectives

2) Web Mining
Call for Programme Committee
December 7, 2009                      
You are invited to contribute to  DMIN'10 through reviewing papers as member of the programme committee. [more]
Call for Tutorials
December 7, 2009                      
You are invited to organise and present a tutorial at DMIN'10.



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