Short papers should present current work-in-progress and be based on either research, practice or experience. Short papers do not always need to report such complete results as full conference papers and so can be a good way to fast track new technical work. There will be a special session at PROFES 2010 for the presentation of short papers.
The relevant topics of interest include, but are not restricted to, the following:
Effectively designed posters convey the essence of an idea, an experience or a piece of research in an appealing manner. Work presented in a poster does not have to be fully developed and can be a good way to get early feedback on new ideas. A good poster will encourage conference participants to interact with others who are also attracted to the poster topic. Good posters can be a catalyst for developing and extending topic networks. The poster session at PROFES 2010 aims to bring like-minded people together in an interactive setting.
Short papers must not be more than 4 pages and poster proposals not more than 2 pages. Each submission will be reviewed by the short paper and poster review panel. Accepted short papers and posters must conform to the ACM author guidelines and will be published in Volume 2 of the PROFES 2010 proceedings. Publication is dependent on at least one author registering to attend PROFES 2010.
Submissions should be sent as PDF files to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before the deadline.
ACM author guidelines can be found here: http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates
|Short papers submission deadline:||extended to April 9, 2010 (was: April 5, 2010)|
|Posters submission deadline:||extended to April 9, 2010 (was: April 5, 2010)|
|Notification of Acceptance:||(Fri) May 7, 2010|
|Camera Ready:||(Mon) May 17, 2010|
|Bente Anda||University of Oslo, Norway|
|Sarah Beecham||Lero, University of Limerick, Ireland|
|David Bowes||University of Hertfordshire, UK|
|Steve Counsell||Brunel University, UK|
|Vahid Garousi||University of Calgary, Canada|
|Liguo Huang||South Methodist University, USA|
|Helen Sharp||Open University, UK|
|Mark Staples||National ICT Australia, Australia|
|Ye Yang||Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China|