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Workshop/tutorial proposals

As in previous years, we plan to hold one day of workshops before the start of the main conference. However, this year we would like to distinguish between tutorials and workshops. Tutorials are held by a domain expert and introduce a current topic of interest to symposium attendees while workshops provide an informal setting in which to develop vision and exchange ideas in a specialized field of interest.

Proposals are due on Friday, March 15.

Workshop proposals
To submit a workshop proposal please send an email to Kim Marriott and Simone Marinai with a 1-2 page text or PDF attachment answering the following questions:

  • Name of workshop
  • Workshop organizers: Names of the workshop organizers and 1 or 2 sentences describing the track record of each
  • Focus of workshop: 1-2 paragraphs describing the focus of the workshop and why it will appeal to a significant number of DocEng participants
  • Length: whether the workshop will be a half-day or a full day in length
  • Format: how will the workshop be run, i.e. will it have refereed presentations, breakout sessions, invited speakers, etc.
  • Logistics: how will you advertise the workshop, if it has a PC who will they be, do you plan to publish a proceedings from the workshop?

Tutorial proposals
To submit a tutorial proposal please send an email to Kim Marriott and Simone Marinai with a 1-2 page text or PDF attachment answering the following questions:

  • Name of tutorial
  • Tutorial presenter(s): Names of the tutorial presenter(s) and 1 or 2 paragraphs describing the track record of each and their expertise in the field of the tutorial
  • Focus of tutorial: 1-2 paragraphs describing the focus of the tutorial and why it will appeal to a significant number of DocEng participants
  • Length: whether the tutorial will be a half-day or a full day in length
  • Format: how will the tutorial will be run, i.e. will it have a single speaker, a laboratory component etc.