DisCoTec 2022 is one of the major events sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and the European Association for Programming Languages and Systems (EAPLS). It gathers conferences and workshops that cover a broad spectrum of distributed computing subjects — from theoretical foundations and formal description techniques, testing and verification methods, to language design and system implementation approaches.
Pre-conference workshops and tutorials will take place on Monday, June 13, 2022, and post-conference workshops on Friday, June 17, 2022.
Submissions of workshop proposals must reach the workshop chairs by
December 21, 2021 (first round) and January 24, 2022 (second round).
COVID-19: DisCoTec 2022 is planned as a physical, in-person event, with certain support for remote presence, both for speakers and for other participants who are unable or unwilling to come. Depending on the pandemic situation, we may have to make a decision whether to cancel the physical component of the event or not.
The DisCoTec 2022 organising committee solicits proposals for workshops to provide a vivid and open forum for discussions among active researchers on topics related to the distributed computing field. The aim is to facilitate the exchange of ideas and experiences via presentations of preliminary research results and ongoing works, as well as presentations of research work to a focussed audience.
A workshop associated with DisCoTec 2022 can be one-day or half-day in length. Workshop registration will be done together with the main conferences, allowing workshop-only registrations as well.
A workshop proposal must include the following information:
Important dates (for all workshops):
The submission and notification deadlines of the workshops are at the discretion of the individual workshop chairs. However, the notification must be no later than the early registration deadline for DisCoTec 2022 (to be announced).
The DisCoTec 2022 organising committee encourages proposals for tutorials to complement the program of the main conferences and co-located workshops. The scope of a tutorial should focus on emerging topics and aspects of the distributed computing field, ranging from new practical techniques and technologies to lessons learnt from projects and industry experiences. No marketing or product-specific tutorials will be accepted.
A tutorial associated with DisCoTec 2022 can be short (1 session lasting up to 1.5 hours) or long (2 sessions lasting up to 3 hours in total). Tutorials will be included in both full and workshop-only registrations.
A tutorial proposal must include the following information:
Important dates (for all tutorials):
Tutorial proposals can be submitted to the Workshops and Tutorials Chair via the following form:
For further information please contact the Workshops and Tutorials Chair at email@example.com.
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