[ecoop-info] TOOLS 2010 CALL FOR WORKSHOPS
duran at lcc.uma.es
Mon Sep 14 12:57:31 CEST 2009
TOOLS 2010 CALL FOR WORKSHOPS
The TOOLS 2010 Organizing Committee is inviting proposals for
workshops to be held in Malaga, Spain, between June 28 and July 2,
2010, jointly with the set of TOOLS colocated conferences :
* TOOLS Europe 2010: 48th International Conference on Objects, Models,
* ICMT 2010: 3rd International Conference on Model Transformation
* SC 2010: 9th International Conference on Software Composition
* TAP 2010: 4th International Conference on Tests And Proofs
Workshops provide organizers and participants with an opportunity to
exchange opinions, advance ideas, and discuss preliminary results on
current topics, in a small and interactive atmosphere.
Workshops can choose to concentrate on in-depth research topics
related to the colocated conferences, be devoted to discuss best
practices, applications and industrial issues, or a mixture of both.
Workshops may be either one or two days long.
Workshop proposals should be sent to the Workshop Chair Francisco
Duran <duran[at]lcc.uma.es> before November 30, 2009, and should
-- the workshop title and acronym,
-- the names and brief (200 word) biography for each organizer,
-- the proposed workshop dates and duration (one or two days),
-- a summary of the workshop topics, goals and contents (approximately
1-2 pages, i.e., 500-1000 words),
-- a brief description of the audience and community to which the
workshop is targeted, and
-- a tentative Call for Papers.
We assume that submission of a workshop proposal indicates that the
workshop organizers are available to run the workshop, if accepted.
All workshop proposals will be carefully reviewed, and acceptance will
be based on:
-- the relevance of the workshop topics and contents with regard to
the topics of the conferences;
-- the timeliness and expected interest in the topic (i.e., the
workshop might be of interest to a sufficiently large community);
-- the workshop's potential to advance the state of research and/or
practice in the topics of the workshop;
-- the organizers' ability to lead a successful workshop.
Further information about TOOLS 2010 Workshops proposals can be found
Should you have any question or doubt about the Workshops, please feel
free to contact the Workshop Chair, Francisco Duran
* Workshop proposals due: 30 November 2009
* Workshop acceptance notification: 18 December 2009
* Workshops dates: 28 June 2 July 2010
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