Contributions should be submitted electronically as PDF, using the ECEASST-NetSys21 template (see below), via this EasyChair link. For more information on each participation options, see the respective call here.
All abstract submissions must be original, unpublished, and not considered elsewhere for publication. Extended abstracts are limited to 4 pages in ECEASST NetSys’21 style including references, figures and tables (at least 10pt font, one-column format). The abstracts will undergo a thorough process of peer reviews by at least three members of the technical program committee.
We expect submissions of papers already published or accepted at top-tier venues. Please submit the full paper or at least the front page (at least including title, authors, abstract, and publication venue) of the published paper as well as its complete reference via this EasyChair link.
Accepted hot topic papers have to be presented at the conference. The presentations will be 15-20 minutes per talk (at the discretion of the NetSys organizers).
All submissions must be original, unpublished, and not considered elsewhere for publication. Demo papers must be 4 pages in total in ECEASST NetSys’21 style including all content, references and acknowledgments (at least 10pt font, one-column format). Demo submissions should incorporate a brief description of the demo and a system architecture illustration.
The papers will undergo a thorough process of peer reviews by at least three members of the technical program committee.
Submission implies that at least one author will register and attend the conference to present the demo and potentially also via a talk. A brief introduction of the topics (One-Minute-Madness) is used to attract attention of conference participants to your demo.
Early Work Papers
Submission implies that the PhD student registered for the PhD forum. That is, when submitting an early work poster, you must additionally have submitted to the PhD Forum call for attendance before (see below).
All early work poster presentation submissions must be original, unpublished, and not considered elsewhere for publication.
The early work submissions will be peer reviewed by experts from the main conference.
Early work submissions are limited to 4 pages including figures and tables (at least 10pt font, one-column format) plus 1 page for references.
This is a dedicated meeting on Monday before the main conference, full of discussions and fun with your direct peers and us. The aim of the PhD Forum is the discussion of meta aspects and experiences regarding a PhD – the hidden secrets when doing your PhD and general career advice.
Prospective participants should prepare an application that includes the following information: Curriculum Vitae, motivational letter (1 page).
Submit Workshop Proposal
The proposal should be prepared as a document of no more than 4 pages in the official IEEE proceedings format – tighter alternate style (Word, Latex) , and must in addition include a tentative Call for Papers. It must describe the workshop name, topic, rationale and objectives for the workshop, the organizers’ backgrounds and bio, an estimate of expected attendance, in the case of followup workshops: statistics from any previously held workshops and a detailed plan (timeline) for conducting the workshop (including any plans for pre-workshop preparation and/or post-workshop follow up).