Call for Workshops
The APSEC 2022 workshops will provide a forum to discuss current topics in software engineering research and practice, offering opportunities for researchers to exchange and discuss innovative scientific and engineering ideas at a stage before they have matured to warrant conference or journal publication, as well as new developments in the field. We encourage those interested in organizing a workshop to submit proposals focusing on any aspect of APSEC 2022. Each workshop can be full or half day and should highlight a specific topic of interest related to ongoing research, education or industrial projects on software engineering. Workshop proposals will be judged on their originality, relevance to the topics of APSEC 2022, the expected level of interest in the topic, and the organizers’ ability to lead a successful workshop. All workshop participants must register for the conference.
Workshop proposals should include the following information, with a maximum of two pages in IEEE proceedings format:
- Workshop title
- Main contact for the workshop
- Workshop organizing committee
- Brief description of workshop topic and goals
- Expected numbers of submissions and participants
- Expected number of accepted papers
- Draft workshop schedule including duration (full day or half day), format of sessions and discussions
- Paper selection criteria and mechanism
- Plan to publish the proceedings
- Special requirements regarding facilities, equipment, and materials if applicable
- Information regarding previous instances of the workshop/similar workshops by the organizers (if any)
Each workshop organizing committee will be responsible for:
- Creating a web page for the workshop for publicity and communication. The call must make it clear that the workshop will be open to all participants of APSEC 2022.
- Providing a brief description of the workshop for the conference web page and program.
- Publish the proceedings. IEEE-CS Digital Library is not available for APSEC 2022 workshop proceedings. The workshop organizers have to use free open-access publication service, such as CEUR.org.