The portfolio of Dagstuhl Publishing covers series related to events at Schloss Dagstuhl (Dagstuhl Reports, Dagstuhl Manifestos, Dagstuhl Follow-Ups) and series for conferences and workshops held outside of Schloss Dagstuhl (OASIcs and LIPIcs). The portfolio is supplemented by the scholarly journals LITES and TGDK, and by the DARTS series which aims at publishing research artifacts.
- OpenAccess availability along with moderate fees for the conference organizers, and
- the editorial selection by its international and renowned editorial board.
The OpenAccess Series in Informatics aims at a suitable publication venue to publish peer-reviewed collections of papers emerging from an international scientific event that took place outside of Schloss Dagstuhl.
The scope of the OpenAccess Series in Informatics comprises all research topics in informatics.
Leibniz Transactions on Embedded Systems (LITES) aims to publish high-quality scholarly articles and to ensure efficient submission, reviewing, and publishing procedures that will result in timely publication. All articles are published open access, i.e., are accessible online at no cost to the reader. All rights are retained by the author(s).
LITES publishes original articles on all aspects of embedded computing systems.
The journal is flexible in the types of articles it publishes. The range includes (but is not limited to) regular technical papers, literature surveys, historical perspectives, position papers, tools papers, and companion papers to open-access research artifacts (such as open-source software and hardware designs, data sets, case studies, challenge problems and competitions, etc.). All contributions that advance the state of the art and/or the scientific discourse on embedded computing systems are welcome.
Topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- the design, implementation, testing, validation, and verification of embedded software and hardware systems,
- their temporal and logical correctness,
- resource efficiency,
- embedded security,
- design space exploration and optimization,
- embedded artificial intelligence (AI),
- formal foundations of embedded systems,
- embedded systems in the context of larger cyber-physical systems (CPS) and networked systems, and - specific application domains (e.g., automotive systems, avionics, robotics, healthcare, autonomous systems, etc.).
LITES welcomes all methods of scientific inquiry, including (but not limited to) systems building and empirical evaluation, mathematical modeling and rigorous proof, formal methods, deployment studies and reflections on “lessons learned” in practice, as well as statistical and empirical methods, surveys of industry practice, and user studies.
Transactions on Graph Data and Knowledge (TGDK) is an Open Access journal that publishes original research articles and survey articles on graph-based abstractions for data and knowledge, and the techniques that such abstractions enable with respect to integration, querying, reasoning and learning. The scope of the journal thus intersects with areas such as Graph Algorithms, Graph Databases, Graph Representation Learning, Knowledge Graphs, Knowledge Representation, Linked Data and the Semantic Web. Also in-scope for the journal is research investigating graph-based abstractions of data and knowledge in the context of Data Integration, Data Science, Information Extraction, Information Retrieval, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, and the Web.
The journal is Open Access without fees for readers nor for authors (also known as Diamond Open Access).
The DARTS series aims at the provision of a publication venue for evaluated research data and artifacts. An artifact can be any kind of content related to computer science research, e.g., experimental data, source code, virtual machines containing a complete setup, test suites, or tools. In contrast to existing repositories for research data and artifacts, DARTS focuses on artifacts that underwent an evaluation process before their publication.
The scope of DARTS covers all areas of computer science.
The periodical Dagstuhl Reports documents the program and the results of Dagstuhl Seminars and Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshops.
In principle, for each Dagstuhl Seminar or Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshop a report is published that contains the following:
- an executive summary of the seminar program and the fundamental results,
- an overview of the talks given during the seminar (summarized as talk abstracts), and
- summaries from working groups (if applicable).
This basic framework can be extended by suitable contributions that are related to the program of the seminar, e.g. summaries from panel discussions or open problem sessions.
The manifestos from Dagstuhl Perspectives Workshops are published in the journal Dagstuhl Manifesto.
The goal is to describe the state-of-the-art in a field along with its shortcomings and strenghts. Based on this, position statements and perspectives for the future should be described.
A manifesto typically has a less technical character; instead it provides guidelines and roadmaps for a sustainable organization of future progress.
The Dagstuhl Follow-Ups series aims at a suitable publication venue to publish peer-reviewed collections of papers emerging from a Dagstuhl Seminar. The documentation of a Dagstuhl Seminar via the Dagstuhl Reports periodical is thus complemented.
The scope of the Dagstuhl Follow-Ups series comprises all topics that are the focus of a Dagstuhl Seminar.