A special track aims to generate discussions and stimulate analysis on specific, significant, and emergent subjects according with the conference topics.
A proposal of special track should be maximum three pages long and must include an exhaustive introduction of the topic and the curriculum vitae of the proponent. The list of the accepted special track will be reported on the conference website.
The special track proposals must be sent at firstname.lastname@example.org
Papers submitted to a special track must not have been previously published, and must not be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. Special track papers should be submitted through the one-line submission management system and will go through the review process.
In the final program of the conference will be activated only the special tracks that include at least 4-6 accepted papers. The organizer of an activated special track will attend the conference without paying the conference registration fee.
The papers of the special tracks will be published in the conference proceedings.
- Special session proposal deadline: January 10, 2016
- Special session notification: January 31, 2016