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Mariya Zheleva <[log in to unmask]>
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*IEEE DySPAN 2017*
6-9 March 2017
Baltimore, MD, USA

The IEEE DySPAN 2017 conference will be held in Baltimore, MD, USA, March
6-9, 2017. In addition to the main conference's technical program, the
conference will include a set of workshops. The goal of the workshops is to
explore emerging research topics, and to provide a forum for authors to
present early research results on these topics. We would like to have a
limited number of workshops, with a high quality program dominated by
contributed papers. Contributions to the workshops would be for presenting
novel ideas in a less formal setting, possibly more focused on a particular
topic than the regular conference sessions do. We seek proposals from
individuals and teams interested in organizing strong workshops. The dates
for paper submission, notification and camera-ready version would
preferably be coordinated across the selected workshops. Papers submitted
to the individual workshops will likely be due in December 2016 (the
notification of acceptance date of the DySPAN main conference is December
19, 2016), with the camera-ready version due in the beginning of March 2017.

*Submission Procedure*

The workshop proposal, in plain text or PDF, should provide the following

   1. Title, scope, and topics of the workshop.
   2. The specifics of the workshop organization team.
   3. Workshop's rationale:
   - Why the workshop is related to DySPAN;
      - Why the topic is emerging and significant;
      - Why the workshop may attract a significant number of submissions of
      high quality;
      - What does differentiate the workshop from relevant ones (relevant
      workshops and conferences of similar topic).
   4. Tentative committee lists, including organizers, steering committee
   (if any) etc.
   5. Workshop's tentative internal and external schedule, including:
   - Submission deadline;
      - Review deadline;
      - Acceptance deadline;
      - Camera ready date;
      - Program ready date.
   6. Workshop format plan (e.g., papers, demos, panels).
   7. A draft call for papers.
   8. If the workshop has record, provide the history of the workshop
   (where held, number of papers submitted/accepted, number of participants

*Submission:* Please send a whole copy of your proposal in PDF format to
the workshop chairs:

*Workshop Chairs*

George Alexandropoulos, [log in to unmask]
Andrew Clegg, [log in to unmask]

*Important Dates*

*Submission Deadline: *October 8, 2016
*Acceptance Notification:* October 22, 2016
Mariya Zheleva
Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
University at Albany, SUNY <>

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