Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Digitalia is a peer-reviewed, open access scholarly publication dealing with subjects of general interest in the field of digital humanitis. Studia Digitalia is the official journal of the Transylvania Digital Humanities Centre, the first DH centre in Romania. The 3rd issue, to appear in July 2018 will be concentrated on:

Digital Humanities and Economy: digital economy is an interdisciplinary field that also uses contributions from digital humanities: big data to understand narratives and plots, methods such as algorithmic analysis of text / videos, advanced visualization techniques, 3-D mapping of texts, digital economy tools for analyzing business and management content, communications, and behavior.  The digital humanities sit at the crossroads of computer science and the humanities.

The journal will provide an opportunity for academic and industry professionals to publishing rigorously peer-reviewed research from the various issues and latest research progress in the area related to the smart technology and digital humanities. The topics cover various issues related to digital humanities: network analysis is an essential feature of textual analysis, a social analysis and plays an important role in the allocation of policies and resources innovation management.

Papers are invited in the following fields:

  1. Information System and competitive Intelligence
  2. Strategic information and competitive intelligence systems
  3. Technological Intelligence
  4. Competitive Intelligence
  5. Market intelligence
  6. Territorial Intelligence and Smart City
  7. Identifying trends and early warning signs
  8. Information and Knowledge Extraction
  9. Information, computer and network security
  10. Data Visualization
  11. Data Mining and predictive analysis
  12. Web Mining
  13. Big Data Analytics
  14. Social Media Analysis
  15. Online Content and Log Mining
  16. Content-Aware Analytics

You are invited to send abstracts (500 words) till the 1st of June on the journal’s platform

For further information please contact the issue editor, professor Liana Stanca, at