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SEAA 2012 PhD Symposium

The PhD Symposium provides a formal platform for doctoral students to present their work and to obtain expert and peer feedback on the objectives, approaches and preliminary results of their ongoing PhD research. The Symposium will enable PhD students to discuss their work and research plan with senior experts from the SEEA community, will expose them to the latest research in areas related to their PhD thesis, and will offer networking opportunities with peers and with researchers from academia and industry.

Symposium Topics

Submissions are welcome in all research areas relevant to the conference, as described on the web pages of the SEAA 2012 conference tracks:

 

Submission

Submissions should be in the form of a PhD research abstract not exceeding four pages, and must use the CPS proceedings format (10pt, single-space, double-column). Each submission should include:

  • A short introduction of the area of research.
  • A brief description of the research question(s) addressed by the PhD project, with a justification of its relevance.
  • A summary of related work, explaining the aspects of the research question(s) not yet solved.
  • The envisaged approach to addressing the research questions, including a description of the evaluation plan that will be used to validate the research results.
  • The expected contributions of the PhD research.
  • A summary of the results obtained so far.

 

A PDF version of the PhD research abstract should be submitted via the EasyChair submission site at

https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=seaa2012

All contributions will be reviewed by the PhD Symposium Program Committee on their scientific merit and relevance to the topics of the conference.

Publication

A “Best PhD Research Plan” award will be presented to the best paper submitted to the Symposium.

PhD Symposium Chair

Radu Calinescu, University of York, UK

PhD Symposium Committee

Kenneth Johnson, University of York, UK
Shinji Kikuchi, Fujitsu Labs, Japan
Giordano Tamburrelli, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

 

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