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ICEGOV 2022 – Poster Exhibition & Reception

Wednesday, 5 October 2022 | 18:00 - 19:30 | Centro Cultural Vila Flor


The Poster Exhibition and Reception is a single session at the end of the second conference day that comprise two distinct, but interweaving, moments. Firstly, it is an opportunity for all authors who have a paper accepted for the Poster Exhibition to display their work in a different way from the traditional paper sessions. This will stimulate discussion, create research-practice and research-policy connections, provide feedback to the authors, and nourish opportunities for international, multi-disciplinary and cross-sectoral collaboration.

At the same time, all other participants are welcome to enjoy a few drinks and finger food at the gardens of the conference venue (weather permitting), an exquisite location within Guimarães. This relaxed environment will also provide many moments of networking among all participants.

The papers submitted to the Poster Exhibition are short papers describing ongoing work, including new project ideas, initial results, open questions, development plans, etc., with the potential to contribute to Digital Government research and practice.


#1 - Multimodal Intelligent Assistants for Automating the Patient Intake Process and Primary Care | Anna V Chizhik, Michil Egorov (Saint Petersburg State University, Russia)

#2 - Impact of digital transformation on knowledge management practices in Portuguese Public Administration | Rui Antunes (Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave, Portugal)

#3 - Policy radar: creation of a tool for monitoring planning instruments in Portugal | William Maximiliano Carvalho Melo, Ana Costa, Paulo Cambra (Competence Center for Planning, Policy and Prospective of Public Administration, Portugal)

#4 - Development of a method for constructing social routes for people with limited mobility | Boris Nizomutdinov (ITMO University, Russia)

#5 - Development of an algorithm for fixing the citizens' assessments of digital transformation processes based on text analysis | Petr Nikolayevich Begen, Lyudmila Vidiasova (ITMO University, Russia)

#6 - 2030 Sustainable Development Goals and higher education: a digital experience in the context of the Interdisciplinary Service-Learning | Catarina Raposo Vieira da Silva, Anabela Rodrigues, Paulo Dias (Universidade Católica Portuguesa, Portugal)

#7 - Civil servants on Open Data - perceptions of Azorean civil servants before an imminent Open Government Data initiative | Lisa V Garcia (Regional Government of the Azores, Portugal)

#8 - Concept of national data governance and personal data protection in Russia | Mikhail V. Bundin, Aleksei Martynov (Lobachevsky State University of Nizhny Novgorod, Russia); Lyudmila Tereschenko (The Institute of Legislation and Comparative Law under the Russian Federation Government, Russia), Francisco Pacheco de Andrade (University of Minho, Portugal)


Ayman Alarabiat
Al Balqa'a Applied University
Isabel Ferreira
Polytechnic Institute of Cávado and Ave
Yefei Hu
Fudan University