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Call for Workshop Proposals -- Tests And Proofs (TAP), February 2007, Zurich

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Ilinca Ciupa <[log in to unmask]>

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Ilinca Ciupa <[log in to unmask]>

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CALL FOR WORKSHOP PROPOSALS

International Conference on Tests And Proofs (TAP 2007)
http://tap.ethz.ch/
Main conference: 13-14 February 2007
Workshops: 12 February 2007
ETH Zurich, Switzerland


OVERVIEW

The TAP conference is an international event entirely devoted to the
convergence of proofs and tests. We encourage proposals for innovative,
well-focused workshops on topics related to the combination between
tests and proofs. Workshops are either full or half-day events
that occur on the day before the conference (12 February 2007).
Workshop themes and formats can be diverse; in particular, a workshop
can be a meeting of an ongoing project.

Workshops should ensure good interaction between the participants. It is
the responsibility of workshop organizers to manage attendance. Criteria
for attendance should be specified clearly in the workshop's call for
participation.

Workshops will be publicized together with the conference. Organizers of
accepted workshops are expected to maintain a web site through which,
prior to the event, they make information about the workshop available
to participants, and, after the workshop, they publish information about
the discussions and conclusions reached. The TAP web page will include a
link to the workshop page.

Workshop organizers are responsible for the workshop paper review
process and for publishing the workshop proceedings. Each workshop must
have at least two organizers.

Registration for the workshops will be handled by the TAP conference
organizers. Workshop organizers and participants have to register for
the workshops (available both separately from and together with the
registration for the main conference). Workshop fees will include lunch,
coffee breaks, and printed material.

Financial assistance for the workshop organisers will consist of:
- one fee waiver for the whole event if there are at least 5
participants in the workshop
- two fee waivers for the whole event if there are at least 10
participants in the workshop.


CONTENT OF PROPOSALS

Workshop proposals must include the following information:

The workshop's main theme and goals:
The proposal must include a clear description of the workshop theme,
must explain what the goals of the workshop are, and must state why the
workshop is appropriate for TAP. Proposals must include a 150-word
abstract describing the theme and goals of the workshop. This abstract
will be published in the advance and final program, if the workshop is
accepted.

Organizing committee:
The workshop organization committee is responsible for reviewing
submitted papers, managing attendance, running the workshop and making
the results of the workshop available to a wider community. Workshop
proposals must list the members of the organizing committee with their
contact information. It is recommended that, for every member of the
organizing committee, their expertise in the field is listed, together
with information about why the person would be appropriate for
organizing the workshop. The chair of the committee and a primary
contact should be indicated.

Previous related workshops:
If there have been any previous workshops on related themes, the
proposal should state when and where they took place and explain how the
present workshop relates to them.

Expected number of participants:
The proposal should specify the ideal, the minimum and the maximum
number of participants.

Workshop preparation:
Discussions in the workshop will be most productive if participants can
prepare in advance, for example by reading the accepted papers. The
proposal should indicate how you intend to help participants prepare
and should state which materials you will make available and when.

Workshop activities and format:
State if you are proposing a half-day or one-day workshop. Also describe
the format of the workshop: how many presentations you envision, how
long each of them should take, whether there will be any panel
discussion, focus groups, how such groups will report back to the other
participants, and so on.

Post-workshop activities:
Describe how you intend to make the results of the workshop available to
non-participants and what results you intend to make public: summaries
of discussions, key issues identified, etc.

Special requirements:
Please specify any special requirements.


SUBMISSION PROCESS

Submissions ahould be made as early as possible to allow for proper
publicizing of the workshops. Electronic submission of proposals is
required through the TAP submission system. You will receive
confirmation by email that your proposal has been received.

Workshop proposals will be reviewed against the following criteria:

- Significance: Does the proposal argue convincingly for the importance
of the workshop topic?

- Relevance: Is the theme of the workshop appropriate for TAP? If there
exist other workshops on the same theme, what is the novelty introduced
by the proposed workshop?

- Workshop format: Is the format clearly described and does it encourage
a high level of interaction between the participants?

- Organizers: Are there at least two organizers? Do the organizers have
the requisite background knowledge and experience?

- Completeness: Does the proposal cover all the information specified in
the guidelines stated above?


FOR MORE INFORMATION

For additional information, please contact the track chair Manuel Oriol
(http://se.inf.ethz.ch/~moriol/)

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