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The annual International Conference on Information Quality provides a forum for both researchers and practitioners to exchange IQ knowledge and ideas. Practitioners and researchers present findings and experience related to topics such as IQ concepts, tools, measures, models and management; case studies; best practices, cost/benefit analysis, IQ and data warehousing, IQ and e-business, policies and standards. In addition to the official program, there is plenty of opportunity for informal discussion.

The Stuart Elliot Madnick Information Quality (IQ) Best Paper Award was established by the Board of Directors of ICIQ in 2006 to encourage high-quality papers to be published in the premier ICIQ conference. An initial endowment was provided by Symbolic Systems Inc., Citizant, and the MIT Information Quality program. Since then, all papers accepted for presentation at the ICIQ Conference compete for the Madnick Award in a double-blind review. In addition to the US$1,000, the best papers are fast-tracked to the ACM Journal of Data and Information Quality for publication.

The Donald Ballou & Harold Pazer Information Quality (IQ) Dissertation Award recognizes the dissertation that demonstrates the most significant contribution to the information quality field. The Ballou-Pazer IQ Award is awarded for a dissertation on data and/or information quality that has been completed within the two calendar years prior to the ICIQ Conference. The winner of this award receives a framed certificate, a $1000 prize and the respect of the entire information quality community.

For questions, please contact MIT IQ Program
e-mail: MITIQProgram@mit.edu


   





M.I.T. Information Quality Program
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Cambridge, MA 02139-4307 U.S.A.




   
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