ACM RecSys'10: CALL FOR WORKSHOPS
4th ACM International Conference on Recommender Systems (RecSys'10)
September 26-30, 2010, Barcelona, Spain
Submission Deadline: March 01, 2010
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
RecSys'10 is pleased to invite proposals for workshops to be held in
conjunction with the conference. The goal of the workshops is to provide
additional venues for presenting research on topics of interest and an
informal forum to discuss research questions and challenges.
We encourage proposals for a wide range of workshops, including:
* One day mini-conferences on specialized topics; such workshops may have
their own paper submission and review processes.
* Working group meetings organized around a specific problem; such workshops
may wish to ask participants to submit a short white paper or position
All workshops will be held on September 26 and September 30 at the
conference venue. We welcome proposals for half-day and full-day workshops.
We encourage you to contact us in advance
([log in to unmask]) with workshop ideas; we will
try to work with prospective workshops, including working to connect groups
proposing similar workshop topics. We actively encourage both researchers
and industry practitioners to submit workshop proposals.
Mar 01, 2010: Workshop proposals due
Mar 22, 2010: Decisions announced
Jul 1, 2010: Workshop paper submission deadline
Jul 26, 2010: Author notification
Aug 16, 2010: Camera-ready workshop papers due
Sep 26, 2010: Workshop day
Sep 30, 2010: Workshop day
The workshop proposal should be a PDF document no more than 4 pages long,
submitted by e-mail to [log in to unmask] and
organized as follows:
1. Workshop Title
2. Name, email address, affiliation for workshop chair(s)
3. Requested duration (1/2 day or full day), and desired size (minimum
and/or maximum number of participants)
4. Short description of workshop for use in advertising workshop to
prospective participants. This description should include the topic,
description of format, and details about what type of submission is
requested from prospective attendees. It should not include the title,
organizers, or fee structure (all of which will be inserted by the conference).
5. Description of workshop activities -- outline how the workshop will be
organized and how the time will be spent. If the workshop is selective, also
outline the process of selecting participants.
6. Description of plans for promoting the workshop (aside from the
conference website and announcements, how will you let people know about
7. Plans (if any) for disseminating the results of the workshop.
8. History of prior workshops on this topic (if any).
Please visit the conference website at
for more information.
RecSys'10 Workshop chairs:
Dietmar Jannach, TU Dortmund, Germany
Alexandros Karatzoglou, INSA de Rouen, France
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