PROFES 2024
Mon 2 - Wed 4 December 2024 Tartu, Estonia

Call for Papers

Workshops

Workshops are expected to be in tune with the topics of interest of the conference. Workshop proposals on interesting topics related to ongoing research or industrial projects are welcome. Workshops are either half or full day.

Format

Please use the following format for workshop proposals.

  • Title (including acronym or short title).
  • Name, biography, and contact information of workshop organizers.
  • Abstract (max. 200 words), suitable for publication on the conference website and inclusion in conference registration materials.
  • Description, to be used for evaluation, including theme, goals, relevance (especially to the PROFES community), workshop (including intended timeframe and tentative agenda) and paper formats (including the page limits), and information about previous editions (if applicable).
  • Target audience and expected number of participants (minimum and maximum).
  • Paper selection procedure.
  • Special requirements, such as facilities, equipment, and materials, if applicable.

The maximum length of workshop papers is 12 pages.

Important Dates

  • Workshop proposal submission: April 8th
  • Workshop proposal notification: May 6th
  • Workshop call for papers and website ready: May 23th
  • Workshop paper submission: To be announced
  • Workshop paper notifications: To be announced
  • Workshop paper camera-ready: To be announced
  • Workshop day: December 2nd

Submission

Workshop proposals should be prepared using the Springer LNCS template. The submission web page for all contributions in PROFES 2024 is: https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=profes2024.

Accepted workshop papers will be published in the main conference proceedings, Springer LNCS format.

Tutorials

Tutorials are expected to be in tune with the topics of interest of the conference. Tutorial proposals on interesting topics related to ongoing research or industrial projects are welcome. Tutorials are either half or full day.

Format

Please use the following format for tutorial proposals.

  • Title (including optional short title).
  • Name, biography, and contact information of tutorial instructor(s).
  • Abstract (max. 200 words), suitable for publication on the conference website and inclusion in conference registration materials.
  • Description, to be used for evaluation, including covered topics, learning objectives, and tutorial format (including intended timeframe and tentative agenda).
  • Target audience, prerequisites, and expected number of participants (minimum and maximum).
  • Special requirements, such as facilities, equipment, and materials, if applicable.

The maximum length of tutorial paper is 6 pages.

Important Dates

  • Tutorial proposal submission: June 17th
  • Tutorial proposal notification: July 8th
  • Tutorial paper submission: July 29th
  • Tutorial paper notification: August 26th
  • Tutorial paper camera-ready: September 13th
  • Tutorial day: To be announced

Submission

Upon selection, the instructors of accepted tutorial proposals can submit a tutorial paper that will be published in the main conference proceedings. Tutorial paper submissions are not mandatory (i.e., the instructors of accepted tutorial proposals are free to choose whether, or not, to submit a tutorial paper). Tutorial papers must have a structure similar to typical short papers, with the main goal of making a scientific argument and motivating the main idea behind the accepted tutorial. Therefore, tutorial papers must not include any information peculiar to tutorial proposals like, for example, the biography, intended timeframe, expected number of participants, and special requirements. An example of tutorial papers can be found in the PROFES 2022 conference proceedings: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-21388-5_41.

Tutorial proposals should be prepared using the Springer LNCS template. The submission web page for all contributions in PROFES 2024 is: https://easychair.org/my/conference?conf=profes2024.

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