The workshop participants will be selected based on their experience and ideas related to the field of self-aware computing. There are two ways to participate: i) present a talk without a respective paper published in the workshop proceedings, ii) submit a paper to be presented at the workshop and published in the workshop proceedings.
We solicit the following contributions:
- Full workshop paper limited to 6 pages (double column, IEEE format, including references)
- Short workshop paper limited to 4 pages (double column, IEEE format, including references)
- Talk extended abstract limited to 2 pages (without formatting restrictions)
Contributions in the 1st and 2nd category (technical papers) must represent original and unpublished work that is not currently under review. Full papers may report on original research, lessons learned from realizing an approach, or experiences on transferring a research prototype into practice. Short papers may report on work-in-progress or present a vision or (controversial) position motivating the community to address new challenges. Contributions in the 3rd category may present ideas in their very first stage or a (controversial) opinion.
Papers will be reviewed by three PC members and judged on originality, significance, interest, correctness, clarity, and relevance to the broader community. At least one author of each accepted submission is required to attend the workshop.
Technical papers will be published by IEEE Computer Society Press and made available as a part of the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. In addition, papers will be part of the ACSOS conference proceedings.
Technical papers should follow the double column, IEEE format and need to be submitted electronically via EasyChair. Extended abstracts need to be submitted as “abstract” submissions via EasyChair.
Submissions can be done via EasyChair.