GTTSE 2015 features a Students' Workshop where participants (typically PhD or possibly also MSc students) can present their research, get feedback, and extend to their network. The presentations may be at different stages of development. That is, anything between a PhD or maybe MSc thesis proposal and a presentation of finalized, published research is appreciated, but the status should be made clear by each presentation proposal. To this end, participants can submit title and abstract with the registration form and they may submit a 1-4 pages extended abstract (LNCS style) eventually. Assuming reasonable proposals and submission numbers, all proposals will be accepted. Different time slots (5-30min) may be allotted to the proposals, subject to the program chair's discretion. Presenters may receive awards.
The workshops is organised by Felienne Hermans (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands)
- With the registration form, participants may submit title and abstract for a presentation proposal.
- The organizers check relevance of proposals and allot time slots to the prospective speakers.
- Participants may submit extended abstracts by 18 Aug for inclusion into the pre-proceedings.
- Participants present at the school on the day of the students' workshop.
- Senior researchers at the school provide feedback during the students' workshop.
- Some participants may receive awards shortly after the workshop.
- Participants may submit short papers (6-8 pages LNCS style) for peer-review past the school.
- Accepted, revised participant contributions are published in the postproceedings with Springer.
The list of workshop presentations will published in August, right before the school.