Call for Contributions
We welcome ongoing, completed, and already published work. We will organize the evaluation process in two tracks: Novel Work and Previous Published Work.
We will only accept submissions in the form of an extended abstract of two pages. This follows the standard set by conferences like IC2S2 and the Wiki Workshop.
Novel Work Track
Papers will be peer-reviewed by at least two researchers and selected ones will be published in CEUR, unless authors wish to opt out.
Papers should outline the main theoretical contribution, data and methods used, findings, and the impact of the work. Authors are strongly encouraged to include figures and/or tables in their submission (note that figures and tables will not count towards the page limit).
Previously Published Work Track
The organizing committee will review extended abstracts based on published papers for relevance to the scope of the workshop and significance. These abstracts will not be included in the proceedings. Suitable paper types include previously published full papers, resource papers, and demo papers.
Submitting a Paper
Papers will be submitted through Openreview (link to be provided soon).
Authors should indicate the intended track by adding "[Novel]" or "[Published]" at the start of the title field in the Openreview submission form.
- Papers due: Friday, 29th September 2023
- Notification of accepted papers: Friday, 6th October 2023
- Workshop date: Thursday 9th November 2023 in Delft, The Netherlands
Submissions must be made in PDF format following the CEUR workshop proceedings style. Submissions are in the form of extended abstracts (max 2 pages), excluding references, tables and figures.
The accepted contributions will be selected for one of the following presentations: (i) an oral presentation (10 minutes + Q&A) or (ii) a poster. The presentation format will be communicated together with the notification of acceptance of the abstract. In order to be included in the program, at least one of the authors must register for the conference.