RTN 2019 – Submission instructions

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Following the success of previous editions, RTN 2019 is open to contributions in three formats:

Full-paper submission

The RTN workshop is seeking regular research paper or position paper that should not exceed 6 pages. Research papers should present original research results not published or submitted for publication in other forums. Authors of accepted papers agree to attend the workshop and to present their work during the workshop.

Papers submitted to the RTN workshop must be written in English, should conform to the ACM SIG Proceedings Style  (https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template-16dec2016) and must be submitted in PDF format using the RTN website submission link (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rtn2019). Author names, affiliations and self-references should not be anonymized.

Accepted papers will be published in ACM SIGBED Review unless authors opt out in order to keep their work unpublished. By accepting that papers are published in the ACM SIGBED Review, authors give permission to publish and include the papers in ACM Digital Library.

Demo submission

We highly encourage the submission of demos for presentation during the workshop collaborative session. Authors will have a slot for a short presentation to introduce the demo to the audience in addition to the necessary space to demonstrate and engage in discussions during the panel sessions.

Note: The content of a demo shall be of interest to the workshop’s audience but must not necessarily be novel.

To submit a Demo, an abstract (limited to two pages) describing the topic and main details shall be submitted following the same procedure as for full-papers, indicating Abstract as the type of submission. The abstract title shall be preceded with the word “DEMO-”.

Poster submission

Authors wishing to disseminate their work or ideas without a formal publication may submit a poster to the workshop. Posters will be introduced to the audience with a short presentation and exposed during the collaborative session.

The content of a poster shall be of interest to the workshop’s audience and must have some degree of novelty. Incremental work on existing publications as well as, in particular, work-in-progress of novel ideas can be submitted.

To submit a Poster, an abstract (limited to two pages) shall be submitted following the same procedure as for full-papers, indicating Abstract as the type of submission. The abstract title shall be preceded with the word “POSTER-”. Accepted posters will be displayed during the workshop.

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