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[InetBib] [TPDL2017] Call for Tutorials
- Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2017 17:43:12 +0100
- From: Thomas Risse via InetBib <inetbib@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] [TPDL2017] Call for Tutorials
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TPDL2017 Call for Tutorials
International Conference on Theory and Practice of Digital Libraries
18-21 September 2017
Grand Hotel Palace, Thessaloniki, Greece
* Introduction *
Tutorial topics should have a direct relevance to the topics of the
conference. Anticipated areas of interest at the time of TPDL2017
include topics related to digital libraries, their foundations and
methodologies, as well as their relevant applications and usages,
including cross-disciplinary areas such as information retrieval,
databases, information visualization, natural language processing, data
mining and machine learning. We especially welcome tutorials bridging
multiple areas, or presenting new perspectives in these areas, and
tutorials with a practical hands-on approach that educate participants
in using a specific methodology or technology after the tutorial.
The tutorials are part of the main conference. Therefore proposals will
be considered for short tutorials of 1.5 hrs and 3 hrs. Tutorials may
cover material either at an introductory level (introducing new areas of
research or practice to attendees), or in depth (advancing the
understanding of attendees with basic familiarity of the area).
Tutorials may target researchers, practitioners, or the field as a whole.
* Proposal *
A tutorial proposal should include the following:
- Title of the tutorial
- Instructor(s) and their credentials (short CV, link to personal web page)
- Aims, scope and learning objectives of the tutorial
- Relevance to TPDL2017 and significance for the research field
- Full description (1-2 pages to be used for evaluation)
- Tutorial history (previous offerings of tutorial, if any)
- Format of tutorial (1.5 hrs or 3 hrs)
- Target audience (introductory, intermediate, advanced) and expected
prerequisite knowledge of the audience
- Citations to publications covered by the tutorial
- Resources required
* Submission *
Tutorial proposals must be written in English.
Tutorial proposals should be maximum four pages in length and they can
be submitted in PDF format, according to the LNCS guidelines (please
via the conference submission system.
Upon submitting the tutorial proposal, the proposers commit that in case
the tutorial is accepted, all lecturers will physically attend and
present the tutorial.
Each submitted proposal will be reviewed by the Tutorial Chairs with the
approval of the Conference General Chairs and Program Chairs. The
selected tutorials will be organized as part of the Main Track of the
conference between 18-21 September 2017.
* Important dates *
- Deadline for submitting proposals: March 3, 2017
- Notification of acceptance: March 31, 2017
* Tutorial chairs *
- Thomas Risse, L3S Research Center, Germany
- Gianmaria Silvello, University of Padua, Italy
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