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Lilly Sun Chen <[log in to unmask]>
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Lilly Sun Chen <[log in to unmask]>
Wed, 8 Aug 2007 09:49:51 -0400
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We welcome Workshop Proposals along with IARIA 2008 conferences

Workshops associated with a conference should explore topics
complementing the conference ones, as captured in the Call for Papers of
each conference.

Workshops' sessions will be scheduled in the same period with the main

Workshop proposals should be submitted to [log in to unmask]

The workshop web page will be posted on the IARIA server; all the
updates will be done by the IARIA logistics team.

The organizer(s) of approved workshops are expected to advertise their

IARIA's logistic team will also advertise the workshop through the
Publicity Board.

The workshop accepted papers will be published in the conference
proceedings, via IEEE Computer Society Press, posted on IEEE Xplore
Digital Library, and indexed via IEEE CSP agreements.

How to propose an workshop?

The proposal should be at least one month before the submission deadline
of the associated conference, along with:

- Workshop title, acronym, and workshop's Call for Submissions;

- Workshop chairs, other responsible roles;

- Initial list of workshop program committee members; the list is open.

For every accepted workshop, IARIA offers the following grants/services

- One registration waived allowing to attend any event during the main
conference for every 12 registrations for the workshop;

- IARIA team will help for enlarging the technical program committee;

- IARIA's Publicity Board will advertise the workshop along with the
main conference.

- Other services: submission handling, paper review, publication of
proceedings, diploma awards/shipping;  workshop chairs can handle paper
reviews as well;

- IARIA logistics will be responsible for email exchanges with the
authors, web site updates, registration, badges, refreshments, hotel
booking, room rental, video-projectors, screens, etc.

- Workshop participants will register for the entire suites of events
once (one global registration form), being allowed to attend all the
events; they will receive the proceedings of the conference the workshop
belongs to.

For additional details:
Petre Dini, Prof. Dr.
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IARIA Publicity Board

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