Call for Workshops

SPLC 2011 Workshop Chair:

Ina Schaefer, Technical University Braunschweig, Germany


The Organizing Committee of SPLC 2011 invites submissions for workshop proposals.

The purpose of the workshop program is to provide a forum for bringing together people from industry, academia, and research institutions to present and discuss research results, practices, and experiences in the area of software product line development. Workshops that address the specific needs of major industry sectors such as automotive, mobile communications, and medical systems are particularly welcome.

Workshops should be organized as full-day events and are expected to be arranged on the first and last conference day, 22 and 26 August 2011. In justified special cases, workshops can also be held on two consecutive days before or after the main conference.

A one-page summary of each accepted workshop will be published in the SPLC proceedings.

Proposals for workshops should contain the following information:

-> Concise statement of workshop theme and objectivesMotivation and relevance
-> List of workshop topics
-> Preliminary program committee – if applicable
-> Planned workshop format (paper presentations, working sessions, etc.)
-> Plan for attracting submissions and promoting attendance
-> Preliminary schedule for the workshop
-> Organizers
-> References to previous workshops (e.g., websites) – if applicable

All workshop proposals should follow the CPS proceedings style (letter, two-column format) and are limited to three pages maximum. Please submit your workshop proposal by 24 February 2011; 23:59h (Samoa Time) via Easychair at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=splc11 and select the workshop track.

Important Dates:

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Workshop Proposal Submission: 24 February 2011; 23:59h (Samoa Time)
-> Workshop Proposal Notification: 14 March 2011
-> CfP including finalized PC and Workshop Website: 1 April 2010

Deadlines for workshop papers are left to the organizers’ discretion:

-> Workshop Paper Submission: Mid-May/End of May
-> Workshop Paper Notification: Mid-June
-> Camera-ready Copy of Papers: End of June

The firm deadline for sending the camera-ready workshop proceedings to the conference organizers is 11 July 2011.