Workshops are small meetings intended to foster discussion in an area related to that of the conference. We strongly recommend that organizers plan their workshop to encourage interaction among the attendees and avoid structuring the workshop as a long series of individual paper presentations. Note also that workshops are not courses where an instructor teaches the attendees (see Tutorials below for this).
Prospective workshop organizers must submit a workshop proposal package, which will be reviewed by the workshop chair and other conference organizers, and may either be accepted or rejected. If the workshop is accepted, then both the conference organizers and the workshop organizers will publicize the workshop to encourage attendees to submit position papers to the workshop. The workshop proposal package must contain:
The proposal package must be submitted as 4 PDF files by e-mail to the workshop chair, Mary Beth Rosson <firstname.lastname@example.org> by Friday, March 1, 2013.
Tutorials allow conference attendees to expand their knowledge. Tutorials might introduce researchers to emerging areas or new technologies, or provide an overview of the state of the art in an existing research area. Prospective tutorial instructors must submit a tutorial proposal package, which will be reviewed by the tutorial chair and other conference organizers, and may either be accepted or rejected. If the tutorial is accepted, then both the conference organizers and the tutorial instructors will publicize the tutorial to encourage attendees to register for the tutorial. The tutorial package must contain:
The proposal package should be submitted as two PDF files via e-mail to the tutorial chair, Mary Beth Rosson <email@example.com>, by Friday, March 1, 2013.
Submission of applications by email