About the Conference
The International Conference on INFORMATICS in ECONOMY (IE), Education, Research & Business Technologies, is held every year since 1993 in Bucharest, Romania. The Conference promotes research results in Business Informatics and related Computer Science topics: Cloud, Distributed and Parallel Computing, Mobile-Embedded and Multimedia Solutions, E-Society, Enterprise and Business Solutions, Databases and Data Warehouses, Audit and Project Management, Quantitative Economics, Artificial Intelligence and Data mining. The Conference represents a meeting point for participants from all over the world, both from academia and from industry.
The conference was first organized in 1993 in collaboration with researchers from Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (INSA de Lion), France. From 1993 to 2011, the conference has been organized once at two years, publishing in ten editions high quality papers and bringing together specialists from around the world. Starting with 2012, the conference takes place annually and the 11th edition and 12th edition volumes have been indexed by ISI Thomson in its ISI Proceedings directory.
The International Conference on Informatics in Economy is one of the first scientific events on this subject in Romania and during the last ten years has gained an international scientific recognition. At national level, remains one of the most important scientific events that gather the entire Romanian Economic Informatics community.
The conference has established partnerships with international journals like Journal of Economic Computation and Economic Cybernetics Studies and Research (http://ecocyb.ase.ro), Informatica Economica (http://revistaie.ase.ro), Journal of Applied Quantitative Methods (http://www.jaqm.ro), Database Systems Journal (http://www.dbjournal.ro/), Journal of Mobile, Embedded and Distributed Systems (http://www.jmeds.eu) and International Journal of Economic Practices and Theories (www.ijept.org) to publish an extended format of the conference best papers.