Each workshop proposal must include:
- The workshop title and acronym.
- The name, address, and a short bio of up to 200 words for each of the workshops’ organizers; workshops may have up to three organizers, and should have organizers from at least two different institutions.
- A brief description (up to 1 page) of the technical issues that the workshop will address, and the reasons why the workshop is of interest to the PerCom community at this time. Please also include a short discussion of related workshops and conferences and outline why the proposed workshop is unique.
- The names of potential program committee members.
- Description of the communities/groups the workshop aims to attract.
- The planned format of the workshop, including a strategy to facilitate lively and interactive discussions.
- If applicable, a description of past version(s) of the workshop, including: number of submitted and accepted papers and number of attendees. Please also clarify the differences between the proposed edition of the workshop and previous edition(s).
- If the workshop does not have any past history, an estimate of the expected number of submitted and accepted papers, and of the expected number of attendees.
- A description of the publicity plan.
- A preliminary call for papers.
- The workshop website address (preliminary).
Workshop proposals should be submitted (in PDF format) no later than June 2, 2017 by e-mail to the PerCom 2018 Workshop Co-chairs (email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org), with "PerCom 2018 Workshop Proposal" in the subject. Workshops will be held immediately prior to, or immediately after, the main conference.
Workshop proposals: June 2, 2017
Notification: June 23, 2017
Tentative Schedule for Workshops
Deadline for Workshop Papers: November 11, 2017
Notification of Workshop Papers: December 23, 2017
Daniele Riboni, University of Cagliari, Italy
Petteri Nurmi, University of Helsinki, Finland