NIK 2023 – Call for papers

NIK is a broad national conference aimed at being an important national venue for discussions, networking, and dissemination of research and advanced development work in informatics and computer science.

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Topics of interests cover all areas of informatics, theoretical and applied computer science. NIK accommodates interdisciplinary work and diversity in scientific approaches and application areas. Submitted papers are to report on ongoing or completed research work.

NIK also encourages the submission of papers based on Bachelor and Masters theses; a number of grants covering the registration fee will be available to submitted student papers. Accepted papers will be published in a volume of the open access journal of the Norwegian ICT conference for research and education. The proceedings has its own ISSN number and is approved as a scientific publication channel at level 1.

Accepted papers must be presented at the conference. The paper and presentation can be in Norwegian, in another Scandinavian language, or in English.


Submitted papers must be formatted according to LNCS Springer Computer Science Proceedings style: 

The page limit is 14 pages (including references) and submission is to be done via EasyChair.

Submission in Easychair:


Submitted papers will be single-blind peer-reviewed by three independent reviewers assessing relevance, scientific contribution, technical quality, and readability.

Submitted papers that previously have been published will be rejected. If parts of a submitted paper is based on research that has previously been published, then the earlier research must be referenced such that the new contribution can be assessed.

NIK2023 Organization

Chair: Crystal Chang Din, University of Bergen

Co-chair: Adrian Rutle, University of Bergen

Programme Committee:

  • Susanne Stigberg (HiØ)
  • Marius Geitle (HiØ)
  • Maben Rabi (HiØ)
  • Nils Gruschka (UiO)
  • Eric Jul (UiO)
  • Einar Broch Johnsen (UiO)
  • Diana Saplacan (UiO)
  • Michael Kirkedal Thomsen (UiO)
  • Volker Stolz (HVL)
  • Violet Ka I Pun (HVL)
  • Yngve Lamo (HVL)
  • Ilona Heldal (HVL)
  • Patrick Stünkel (HVL)
  • Tosin Daniel Oyetoyan (HVL)
  • Mariusz Nowostawski (NTNU)
  • Kerstin Bach (NTNU)
  • Edvard Pedersen (UiT)
  • Anh Nguyen Duc (USN)
  • Fazle Rabbi (UiB)
  • Leander Nikolaus Jehl (UiS)
  • Terje Gjøsæter (UiA, OsloMet)
  • Pedro Lind (OsloMet)
  • Seifedine Kadry (Noroff University College)