- EDBT/ICDT 2012
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- Program Overview
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- Call for Demos
- Call for Industrial Papers
- Call for Workshop Proposals
- Call for Tutorials
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EDBT/ICDT 2012 CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS
The EDBT/ICDT 2012 Joint Conference will be held in Berlin, Germany, March 26-30, 2012, to provide an established and prestigious forum for the exchange of the latest research results in data management and the foundations of database systems.
You are invited to submit proposals for workshops that would be of interest to the EDBT audience or to the ICDT audience; for a non-exhaustive list of topics, please see the EDBT 2012 and ICDT 2012 call for papers. Preference will be given to proposals that target the combined EDBT/ICDT audience.
Main conference: March 26-29, 2012
Workshops: March 30, 2012
Submission of proposals for workshops: July 31, 2011
Workshop acceptance/rejection notification: September 15, 2011
Please submit your proposals (at most 5 pages, in pdf) via e-mail to the Workshop Chair, Divesh Srivastava email@example.com.
As a potential workshop organizer, please consider the following points while you prepare your proposal:
- Workshops will take place in the same location as EDBT/ICDT 2012, the Main Building of Humboldt University, Berlin.
- EDBT/ICDT workshops will run on March 30, 2012, directly after the main conference. Workshops can last either 1/2 or 1 day.
- Workshop attendees are required to register to the joint conference event. Attendance to workshops is included in the registration fee.
- Workshops will benefit from the EDBT/ICDT 2012 organizational infrastructure and receive administrative support (registration, badges, refreshments, hotel booking, etc.).
Your proposal should contain the following pertinent information:
- Names, affiliations, and e-mail addresses of the workshop organizers. Please mark the primary contact person.
- A brief description of the workshop, including the workshop's name and topic, and a short summary of the technical issues in the focus of the workshop. A sketch of the workshop's Call for Papers will be helpful.
- Preferred workshop duration, format and an estimate of the number of expected participants.
- Information on the workshop program committee (as far as available to you then) and a note on your plans regarding workshop proceedings publication.
- Short information on previous editions of the workshop series (if applicable), including conference it was co-located with, number of registrants, number of submitted papers, number of accepted papers, and any other information you feel is relevant.
Based on the input you provide, the decision about the acceptance or rejection of your proposal as a co-located workshop will be made by the EDBT/ICDT 2012 General, Program, and Workshop Chairs. We expect you to work with the EDBT/ICDT 2012 local organizers on the details and publicity aspects of your accepted workshop.