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Mon, 11 Sep 2023 10:02:31 -0400
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SIGMOD 2024 Call For Workshop Proposals

We invite proposals for workshops to be collocated with the SIGMOD/PODS 2024 conference. The workshops will run on June 9 (Sunday) or June 14 (Friday) in in-person mode, and can last for half a day or a full day.

Logistics and Organisational Support

The organisers of accepted workshops are required to announce the workshop and call for papers, solicit submissions, conduct the reviewing process, and decide on the final workshop program that must be published at least two weeks before the early registration deadline. In addition, each workshop must prepare its own proceedings. The publishing company is at the discretion of the workshop chairs, but all proceedings must be submitted for inclusion in the ACM Digital Library. Publication of calls for papers and participation as well as eventual workshop reports in SIGMOD Record are encouraged.

The logistics of the workshops will be handled by the SIGMOD 2024 organisation. Specifically, the SIGMOD 2024 local organisation chairs will work with workshop chairs individually to handle registration and the way the workshop will be offered. Depending on the final logistics of the SIGMOD 2024, further details will be communicated.

Submission Guidelines

The following link details the contents expected of a proposal:

In addition, the workshop proposals must include the following information:

- The following statistics for the 2019-2023 editions of the workshop (as applicable) and the expected statistics for 2024:
  - number of submissions
  - number of accepted papers
  - number of registered attendees

- Interest in and attractiveness of each workshop for the database community and possible overlap and comparison with workshops on the same topics in other conferences (even beyond our community).

- Detailed information about handling of Conflicts of Interest. More specifically, this information should include but not be limited to: double-anonymous reviewing or not; whether the workshop accepts submissions by the chairs and their colleagues; how these submissions will be handled; how any other types of COIs are handled (e.g., in the case when the author names aren’t anonymous while reviewing), as well as a very clear definition of COIs.

- Rationale about recruiting the PC of the workshop, for example, diversity considerations (academia/industry, geography, gender, seniority, etc). These criteria should also be taken into account for the choice of the PC Chairs of each workshop.

- Publicity and sponsorship plans.

Please be mindful of SIGMOD early registration deadline and possible visa processing times when setting dates for inviting speakers or notification of acceptance for the authors.

Proposal evaluation criteria include the following: relevance to SIGMOD, scientific quality, perceived interest (e.g., previous submission counts), past performance (e.g., publication of the proceedings in the ACM DL), diversity considerations, long-term vision, and overlap with other proposals. Workshop proposals and further inquiries should be sent to the SIGMOD 2024 Workshop chairs:

- Pınar Tözün (pito [at]
- Joy Arulraj (arulraj [at]
- Fatma Özcan (fozcan [at]

Important Dates

All deadlines are at 5PM Pacific Daylight Time.

- Workshop proposal submission: Friday, November 17, 2023
- Workshop proposal notification: Friday, December 1, 2023


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