IPW 2006 - Call for papers & questions
You can submit proposals up to May 30! Hurry up!
You can influence the topics that will be treated during the workshop in two ways: you can propose your own talk, or you can propose a topic for discussion.
To propose either, use the web
interface. All proposals are to be sent before May
If you send a proposal, please fill in as much information as possible about yourself in your profile, after having registered.
Start the title with [talk], to help us distinguish talks from discussion topics.
In the abstract write a short descritption of the topic of your talk, and also the pre-requisite knowledge assumed in the audience.
In the comments field, specify if you have any requirements for presentation equipment or materials (e.g. a laptop, a projector, etc.)
If you already have additional materials for your talk available on-line, please let us know using the designated fields: this will allow the organizers to have a better idea about your talk's contents.
Start the title with [disc], to help us distinguish discussion topics from talks.
In the abstract describe the topic as precisely as possible, specifying also the level af detail you'd like it to be discused at.
In the comments field you can write why you think your topic may be intiresting. You can also reference Internet resources that already dwell on the topic, either as a starting point for the discussion, or as example of formats or attitudes to avoid.
You can choose between 3 different durations:
- 120 minutes:
for "tutorial"-style talks, where you describe a technology or a complex module; also for discussions about very ample or introductory topics
- 50 minutes:
for complex or detailed talks; also for most discussions
- 20 minutes:
for most talks; also for discussions about limited topics
We will send out acceptance notices for talks by
For proposals of discussion topics there will be no acceptance notice: discussions will just show up in the schedule.
- Proposals submission deadline
- Talk proposals acceptance notices
- June 22 2006:
- Workshop starts