Full Papers •
Submission Deadline: 14 June 2015, 21 June 2015 – Closed
All submissions of full research papers should follow the new ACM International Conference Proceedings Series format. Submissions should be no longer than 10 pages. Submissions not following the format will not be accepted. All submissions should be in English. Only fully anonymised PDF documents should be submitted for review. Successful authors will be notified by 9 August 2015.
M&D Symposium Abstracts • Submission Deadline:
19 July 2015, Extension Until: 26 July 2015. – Closed
Submissions to the M&D Symposium may only be made by currently enrolled Masters and Doctoral students. Abstracts of approximately 500 words, following the ACM International Conference Proceedings Series format should be submitted before 19 July 2015. Submissions not following the format will not be accepted. All submissions should be in English. Submissions for the M&D Symposium are not submitted blind and will be evaluated by the programme committee. Successful students will be notified by 9 August 2015.
Students whose submissions are accepted for presentation will be required to bring a poster of their research with them to the conference. Posters must be either A2 or A1 in size, and contain the student’s affiliation legibly on the poster. The posters will not be returned to students following the conference.
Panels, Tutorials and Workshops •
Submission Deadline: 19 April 2015 – Closed
Proposals for panels, tutorials and workshops must be submitted via e-mail to [email protected] no later than 19 April 2015. Submissions recieved after the deadline will not be considered. The Organising Committee will evaluate each proposal separately and provide feedback to the proposer by 22 May 2015.
All proposals should include the name and affiliation of the proposer and an abstract of between 500 and 1000 words as well as: for panels, a list of proposed panel members and their affiliations; for tutorials and workshops, the aim of the tutorial/workshop, a tentative programme, possible speakers and the expected outcomes.