Paper Submission: March 5th, 2018 March 9th, 2018 (11.59 pm PST) *Deadline Extended* Acceptance and rebuttals: March 19th, 2018 Camera ready: March 21st, 2018
- Workshop: March 25th, 2018 (1.30 - 6.45 pm EST)
- The workshop will include a peer-reviewed program of short position papers. Paper must be submitted in printable PDF format.
- Papers can describe an early-stage research project, advocate an opinion about machine learning and cognitive computing, reflect on trends in the community, or present anything interesting and worth exploring as a direction.
- We will post PDFs of accepted papers on the workshop’s website. We are exploring the possibility of publishing the proceedings in one of the well known digital library.
- Authors of accepted papers are encouraged to include artifacts—code, data, analysis scripts, etc.—which we will also host alongside the papers.
- Papers should use the formatting guidelines for SIGPLAN conferences and MUST NOT exceed 5 pages including references.
- Text must be in a minimum 10pt (not 9pt) font.
- Review is single-blind, so please include authors’ names and affiliations on the submitted PDF.
- Accepted papers will be presented in short talks of 20 min including 2 min for Q&A.
- To submit, use the link "Submit Now" provided below.
- If you have any issues, please send email to submission chair Satyam Srivastava at email@example.com
Travel & Registration
Please use the ASPLOS 2018 conference page to make registration and travel related arrangements. We recommend to register early and apply for ASPLOS student travel grants if you intend to submit your proposals to the workshop.
EMC² Student Travel Grants
We will have limited student travel grants to cover travel and lodging related expenses partially (subject to funds availability). Each student presenter will automatically be considered for the EMC² student travel grant. Details are currently being worked out with the ASPLOS organizing committee and our sponsors.