PROFES 2019 will host workshops that will complement and enhance the main conference program, offering a wider knowledge perspective around the conference topics.
Workshops are expected to be in tune with the topics of interest of the conference. Workshop proposals on interesting topics related to ongoing research or industrial projects are welcome. Workshops are either half or full day.
- Workshop proposals due: April, 15
- Proposal notifications: April, 26
- Workshop paper submission deadline (suggested): July, 19
- Workshop paper notifications (suggested): August, 23
- Workshop paper camera ready version (strict): September, 06
Please use the following format for workshop proposals:
- Title (including acronym or short title)
- Name, biography and contact information of workshop organizers
- Abstract (max. 200 words), suitable for publication on the conference web site and inclusion in conference registration materials
- Description of the workshop including theme, goals, relation to the topic of the conference, format, and information about previous editions (if available)
- Workshop format including submission types (e.g., extended abstracts, position papers, research papers, etc.) and their estimated quantity and page limits.
- Target audience and desired number of participants (minimum and maximum)
- Paper selection procedure and publication (we plan to provide the option of publishing accepted workshop papers in the main conference proceedings, Springer LNCS format)
- Special Requirements, such as facilities, equipment, and materials, if applicable
Proposals should be 4 – 6 pages long, prepared using the LNCS template and sent via email in PDF format to both Workshop co-chairs.
Please include “PROFES 2019 Workshop Proposal” in the Subject field.
If you are proposing several workshops, please send each proposal in a separate email.
- Casper Lassenius – Aalto University, Finland, casper.lassenius (at) aalto.fi
- Andreas Vogelsang – Technical University of Berlin, Germany, andreas.vogelsang (at) tu-berlin.de