Call for workshops | EDOC 2011
Call for workshops
Workshop proposals - CLOSED
EDOC 2011 is open for workshop proposals.
Please email the workshop proposal either in PDF or TXT to Georg Grossmann (mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org) with the subject line "EDOC 2011 Workshop Proposal", before Monday, 6 December, 2010 including the following information.
- Title of the workshop
- Proposed duration of the workshop (half day, one day, two days)
- Name, affiliation, and e-mail addresses of the workshop chairs
- Extended abstract (about 500-1000 words; approximately 1-2 pages) of the workshop, explaining the importance of the workshop topics, its fit within and complementarity with the EDOC 2011 conference, intended audience, and other relevant issues that are not adequately covered in the preliminary Call for Papers
- Preliminary Call for Papers (not all Program Committee members have to be confirmed at the workshop proposal submission time, although it is certainly beneficial to have some preliminary acceptances)
- Information about distribution channels (e.g., list-servs) that will be used for advertising the workshop
- History of the workshop (if it was held before) with some statistics of the size of the workhops (ie., how many papers were presented)
- Short biographies (about 200 words each) of all workshop chairs, including information about past experience in organizing/chairing conferences and workshops.
Once the proposal has been accepted you will be notified with respect to the calendar and procedures necessary for the organization of the workshop and its synchronization with the organization of the main conference. All workshops will have a joint proceedings book published together as a second volume of the EDOC2011 conference proceedings.