Following the tradition of the DEBS doctoral symposium, we welcome submissions from doctoral students, researchers, and professionals who are working on preliminary ideas in the broad field of distributed and event-based computing. This year students can discuss and obtain feedback on their doctoral work from experienced researchers in sessions that will be held in conjunction with our one day-long summer school. More details on the DEBS 2019 Summer School can be found here.
This year’s summer school is intended to motivate
researchers to explain their work (could also be preliminary ideas) well to
academics who are not necessarily experts in their field of research. As a
result, we challenge researchers to effectively write a brief introduction to
their research that would enable exchange of ideas and initiate discussion.
The submission consists of a (singly authored) extended abstract of at most 4 pages, including:
Submitted abstracts are required to adhere to the two column “sigconf” ACM conference proceeding style. Templates and examples in LaTeX and various versions of Microsoft Word are available for download from the 2017 ACM Master Article Template page. The abstracts can be submitted Via EasyChair (PDF files only). For student authors, the submission should also include a short statement from the advisor that certifies the status of PhD student and approves the submitted extended abstract.
We encourage submissions from students and researchers. Authors, whose submissions are accepted, will have the opportunity to present their work during the summer school.
|Abstract submission for research track|
|Research and Industry paper submission|
|Tutorial proposal submission||March 22nd, 2019|
|Grand challenge solution submission||April 7th, 2019|
|Author notification research and industry track||April
|Poster, demo & DEBS summer school submission||April 22nd, 2019|