The workshop is planned as a meeting place for practitioners and researchers. Presentations should be of interest for both parties and should initiate relevant discussions inside and outside the workshop room. Please, refrain from submitting papers that are written in the style of marketing and sales literature. Also, please, refrain from being too academic, e.g., avoid putting references in each sentence, which makes the content difficult to follow. If unsure whether the style or content fits the workshop, please contact organizers in advance of the submission deadline.
Position papers are aimed to initiating discussion. They should be short. Do not use much space for making long literature reviews, go straight to explaining your position – problem, question, solution, challenge etc.
Research and idea papers
We suggest you using the following two mottoes when furnishing your research or idea paper:
“There is nothing more practical than a good theory” (attributed to Kurt Levin)
“Essentially all models are wrong, but some of them are useful” (attributed to George E. P. Box)
Please, at least, discuss what you theories, models, findings can be good for. Even better, present an example, even just an artificial one.
Practical applicability is included in the reviewing template, do not risk of being rejected based on this criteria.