5th International Conference
on Web Engineering

25-29 July 2005 Sydney, Australia

Call for Papers

Tutorials and Workshops

Important Dates

Submissions

Organising Committee

Programme Committee

Doctoral Symposium

Prizes and Awards

TUTORIALS/WORKSHOPS

We solicit tutorial and workshop proposals. Tutorials provide structured programs led by experts in a particular area. Workshops promote highly interactive forums for exchanging novel results, conducting in-depth discussions on a specific topic, or coordinating work among representatives of a technical community. Tutorial and/or workshop proposals should be submitted to the Tutorials/Workshops Chair, Aditya Ghose (aditya@uow.edu.au).
Tutorials and Workshops may last for a half-day or full day and will be held prior to the conference on 25-26 July.

A tutorial proposal should include the following:

- Title of the tutorial.
- Names and affiliations of the organizer(s), identifying one primary contact.
- Abstract of the tutorial with no more than 200 words, describing its main topics, goals and expected outcomes.
- A table of contents, with short explanations of the contents of individual sections.
- Target audience. Specify assumed background knowledge needed, if any.
- Facilities, equipments and materials required.
- Biography of each presenter.

A workshop proposal should include the following items:

- Name of the workshop.
- Names and affiliations of the organiser(s), identifying one primary contact.
- Abstract of the workshop with no more than 200 words, including its major topics, goals and expected outcomes.
- Motivation: relevance of the workshop to the Web Engineering community; references to other workshops organised by the proponents at ICWE or other conferences.
- Desired number of workshop participants (minimum and maximum).
- Facilities, equipments and materials required.
- A draft of the Call for Papers/Presentations briefly describing the goals of the workshop, the maximum number of accepted participants, the participant selection process, the schedule of the activities, and the organisers' biography.
- A short description of the activities that Workshop organisers propose to undertake for the success of the workshop upon acceptance of the proposal.


IMPORTANT DATES

Deadline for workshop/tutorial/ demonstration/panel proposals: 11 February 2005

Notification of workshop/tutorial acceptance: 11 March 2005