CALL FOR TRACKS
SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS AND FORMATS
1. Prepare the track proposal using the template available here: GDocs template.
2. Email the proposal to Robert Krimmer at firstname.lastname@example.org
The submission of your track proposal should be based on the above template, including:
- The title of the track
- Track chairs (multiple track chairs are encouraged to attract more submissions, cover diverse aspects and ensure attendance during meetings and the conference)
- Summary of track goals and motivation, including a list of topics
- Evidence of track chairs’ effort or research in the proposed area
The invitation and instructions for the Call for Track proposals is available here: Invitation (pdf).
TRACK CHAIR ELIGIBILITY
Eligibility criteria to be accepted as a track chair:
- A track chair should be a DGS member at the point of acceptance.
- A track chair can only chair in one track.
TRACK CHAIR RESPONSIBILITY
- Attend the online monthly organization meetings
- Monitor the submitted track papers and oversee the review of submitted papers
- Propose to accept/reject papers for the track
- Select and nominate the best paper in their respective track for the best paper award
- Communicate with the Program Committee (PC) and Organization chairs about paper submission and selection status
- Plan track sessions to support PC chairs, and assign the session chairs of the track
- Write a brief summary of the conference activity for the track for inclusion in the DGS newsletter.
- Register and attend the conference
- Identify good/best papers to be submitted to the GIQ dg.o special issue (organized by the program chairs) or to a special issue of other affiliated journals (organized by the track chairs)
15 August 2022: Track proposals due
22 August 2022: Acceptance notification for tracks
1 September 2022: First call for papers for all tracks