All contributions will be reviewed by the Program Committee. Accepted contributions will appear in the final program either as a short talk or a full presentation, depending on the reviews. All presentations will be made available in digital format, unless otherwise instructed by the authors. For submission, the PDF format is mandatory.
To foster the broadest possible engagement and exchanging of ideas, CompSys 2024 does not claim copyright, making it possible for authors of accepted contributions to present work that has already been published or is in the process of being published elsewhere.
|Abstract registration (not mandatory, but it helps us organize)
|2 April 2024
|Paper submission deadline
|8 April 2024
|1 May 2024
|16 May 2024
|27-29 May 2024
CompSys 2024 welcomes three types of contributions: research papers, work-in-progress papers/early ideas, and negative/failed research results.
Research papers on your best research results from the past year(s). This includes papers already submitted to and/or accepted at (inter)national conferences or workshops (please indicate the original venue in the submission form). Long papers (not exceeding 12 pages in double-column or 15 pages in LNCS format) can be submitted using any of the commonly used templates (e.g., ACM, IEEE, LNCS).
Short papers: Work-in-progress and early ideas
Since CompSys is a forum that encourages discussions about early and exciting ideas, we specifically welcome extended abstracts highlighting early ideas and work-in-progress papers. Such submissions are especially suitable for graduate and undergraduate students working towards finalizing their thesis or PhD students who have recently started or would like to share one of their preliminary results with the community. In particular, we encourage contributions in the form of short talks to share an early and not yet explored idea with the community to stimulate discussions and collect feedback. These talks might be particularly interesting for early-stage researchers. Submissions of early ideas or work-in-progress papers require a short paper of at most 2 pages (not including references) in IEEE double-column format or 4 pages (not including references) in LNCS single-column format. The paper should mention the research question being addressed, outline the novelty and/or originality of the idea, approach, or (initial) results, and contain a summary of preliminary results.
Negative research results
Like last year, we also solicit contributions sharing negative results, wrong methodologies, and/or invalidated hypothesis to share the lessons learned in the community and also once again remind to ourselves that a regular part of performing research is also about trying many ideas that may not lead to expected results. Submissions of negative research results papers require a short paper of at most 2 pages (not including references) in IEEE double-column format or 4 pages (not including references) in LNCS single-column format.
All contributions are to be submitted through easychair.