The conference calls for original, unpublished papers in the areas defined in the track descriptions. Authors do not have to come from a European University. Rather, submissions from all countries are welcome. Academic papers can be submitted in the following categories:
1. Research papers
These papers should document established results, and be written according to highest academic standards.
2. Research-in-progress papers
These papers may address issues still being worked upon. However, academic rigour is expected.
3. Case studies
These papers may go more deeply into technical and business logic, and address theoretical issues to a somewhat lesser extent.
In addition, proposals for panels and tutorials are welcomed. Tutorials should cover topics defined in the track descriptions, and focus on issues and topics where the cumulated amount of standard and available education material is still modest. Panels should deliver original new materials and insights in the area of the conference, and include at least four speakers.
The full Call for Papers brochure is available in our Download area.