This website lists scientific conferences in the area of
computer science that best match a given query. The following four
query types are available:
Below, the different search types are briefely explaind
together with their query syntax.
Most information to a conference (such as name, relevant keywords,
or quality rating) originates from
However, not all information is present in DBLP. Therefore, other
attributes, such as submission deadlines, conference dates, or the
url of the conference website are user editable (see Section
Editing Conference Details).
A static query further allows to output a table with some selected
conferences (and their location, deadline, etc.) that you can
include in your website (see Section
Bookmarkable Static Result Table).
The general search type is a combination of the other
three search types. A query can thus consist of single keywords,
conference names, and author names. For the details about these
terms please refer to the section that describes the respective
search method. As all for all search types, the query is
not case sensitive.
A typical genearal search might look like:
The keyword search allows to retrieve conferences by relevant
keywords. The keywords were extracted from the titles of all
publications that appeared in the conference during the last 10
In a query, each keyword is treated separately.
Any non-word characters (i.e. not in [a-zA-Z_0-9]) are removed prior
to the search. Note that neither the order of the keywords nor
double quotes around two (or more) keywords will affect the results.
Further, no preprocessing such as stemming is applied to the keywords.
Thus, a search for network is not the same as a
search for networks. Again, the search is case
A typical keyword search might look like:
The related conference search allows to search for
conferences that are similar to a given conference. Two conferences
are considered similar if authors publishing in the first venue
would also often publish in the second venue.
To search for related conferences, the conference name has to be
spelled exactly as it is specified in the search tool
(note, however, that the search is case insensitive).
For each conference, two names are accepted:
Names that contain whitespaces have to be entered in double quotes.
It is also possible to search for multiple conferences.
Typical related conference searches might look like:
The author search allows to retrieve conferences in which
an author has most often published over the past 10 years.
For the moment, an author name has to be spelled exactly
as it is specified in
(again, the search is case insensitive). You can use the
DBLP Author Search to determine the correct spelling.
Since an author name contains whitespaces, it always has to be
entered in double quotes. It is also possible to search for multiple
Typical author search queries might look like:
Most conference information originates from
Some information, however, is not present in DBLP and the website
users are supposed to fill this gap. In particular, every user can
edit the following conference attributes:
The important dates for a conference are the following:
To edit a conference, click on the corresponding pen-icon on the
right side on the results page. Alternatively, click on the link to
the conference details (i.e. the corresponding conference name in
the results list) and edit the details page using the
Maybe you want to include a table with the important dates and
location information for your favorite conferences on your website.
This section explains how you can create a link that returns this
information from our database. In case some data (url, location,
submission deadline, etc.) does not appear in the table, feel free
to insert the missing data using the procedure explaind in
Editing Conference Details.
The URL of the static results table consists of the following
Typical URLs might look as follows: