Workshops provide a venue to networking, to discuss work in progress and explore opportunities for new research related to a topic of interest within the context of the conference.
Workshops will take place on the day before the main conference (24th October). Workshops may be half-day or full-day in length, and may have up to 25 participants with a minimum of 8 presenting authors.
Workshop proposals will be evaluated regarding relevance and anticipated interest, and should include Workshop title, presenter(s) information, abstract, and intended audience, a draft call for papers, including the workshop submission deadlines
Proposals for workshops should not exceed 6 pages in length including references in the Springer LNICST format.
Submissions will be evaluated on their originality, quality and significance.
Submission to the Workshop Track are not anonymous, they should include name and affiliation of the author(s). In addition, if necessary, submissions must include additional information describing the technical and logistical requirements for running the workshop. Please note that Workshops should be self-supporting as the organizers will only be able to provide space, electricity and an internet connection.
Accepted Workshop papers will be submitted to Springer and made available through the SpringerLink Digital Library, one of the world’s largest scientific libraries.
If you have questions about the Workshops Track, please contact the DLI Workshop chairs, Janet Read, at
Full Paper Submission deadline
27 MARCH 2018
2 APRIL 2018