Papers accepted as talks will be assigned 15 minutes of a live talk. In addition, each paper will be assigned a poster slot during the short break after the session. The idea is that visitors can meet the authors at the poster for Q&A during the break.
Papers accepted as posters will be assigned a slot twice: once in a designated poster session, and once in one of the short breaks together with the talk-posters. A promotional 1-minute video for the poster will be displayed at the end of the corresponding session, immediately after the talks. The video will also be available to watch throughout the poster session.
Submission deadline is May 12 for all related materials (paper, poster, video). Please do not wait until the last minute so we can solve any issue that may arise in time.
Submission is not via Easychair but via a Google form that was sent to the authors.
Regular papers should not exceed 12 pages in length, excluding references, contact information and a clearly-marked appendix. When preparing your submission, please follow these formatting instructions. The easiest way of doing so is to use the Latex typesetting system with the class file comsoc2020.cls. The formatting instructions are based on a sample file (comsoc2020.tex, comsoc2020.pdf), which you can use as a starting point for your own paper (the filenames with 2020 still apply for 2021).
Make sure you deanonymize the paper, and take reviewers’ comments into account when preparing the final version.
Competition and voting
During the workshop, participants will vote on the best talks and best posters. Make sure you bring honor to your lab!