Call for Workshops
ARCS 2016 will host accompanying workshops for which it solicits proposals for workshops to be held in Nuremberg, Germany, on April 4 and 5, 2016.
We encourage workshop organizers to submit proposals as early as possible to get a sooner notification and to gain the possibility to schedule the paper submission and the paper notification deadlines earlier in order to relax the otherwise tight schedule.
GOAL AND SCOPE
The goal of the workshop program of ARCS 2016 is to provide a platform for presenting novel ideas on topics related to computer architecture and operating systems research in a less formal and possibly more focused way than the conference itself. For a guide on what topic areas, technologies and communities fall within the ARCS focus please refer to the Call for Papers, available on the conference website.
The format of each workshop is to be determined by its organizers. The preference is for full-day workshops, but half-day workshops will also be considered.
Workshop proposals must not be longer than three pages. A proposal should include:
The proposals should be submitted as PDF document via email to the workshop chair:
Workshop proposals will be evaluated by the organizing committee according to their relevance to the ARCS community. Further factors that may affect the review include the reputation of the workshop (if it belongs to a series) as well as the attractiveness of the proposed topic.
Accepted papers of the ARCS 2016 workshops will be published by VDE and are intended for IEEExplore. Workshop papers should not exceed 8 pages.
The proceedings of ARCS 2016 are published in the Springer Lecture Notes on Computer Science (LNCS) series, Vol 9637.
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dietmar Fey