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ICWE2005 - Doctoral Symposium
Important DatesSubmission 4 April 2005
Notification of acceptance 4 May 2005
Camera-ready copy 4 June 2005
Doctorial symposium 24 July 2005
The Doctoral Symposium is a forum for Ph.D. students to publicly discuss their research goals, methods, and results at an early stage in their research in the area of Web Engineering. The Symposium aims to provide useful guidance for completion of the dissertation research and initiation of a research career.
Scope Both The Symposium and ICWE provide an opportunity for student participants to interact with other students at a similar stage in their careers, established researchers, and the broader Web engineering community. Students should consider participating in the Doctoral Symposium at least six months before completion of their dissertations, but after having settled on a research area or dissertation topic. Some students selected to attend the Symposium, typically those at a later stage of their research, will be asked to present a talk about their work. Other students selected to attend the Symposium, typically those at an earlier stage of their research, will be asked to present a shorter presentation. We also encourage students that are just beginning their doctoral studies to participate in the Symposium even not submitting research papers. They can participate in discussion and learn from others' experience.
Each prospective student participant will submit a position paper for consideration by the Doctoral Symposium Committee.
The Doctoral Symposium Committee will select participants using the following criteria:
Best Student AwardAn award will be given to the best presentation (judging both the submitted material, and the quality of the exposition) and two certificates will be given to two more students during the conference
To apply as a student participant in the Doctoral Symposium, you should send a position paper summarizing your research. It must include: your name, a 200 words abstract, the name of your advisor and the specific research area in the field, the stage in which you are. You should describe in the position paper: the problem you are solving, the expected contributions of your research and a brief comparison with previous research work. Please include a letter of recommendation from your advisor.
Selected submissions/papers will be published electronically on the site of the conference.