|Call for Submissions: Modeling Symposium @ EclipseCon Europe 2016 [message #1740103]
||Tue, 09 August 2016 09:33
| Jonas Helming
Registered: July 2009
We are happy to announce that Philip, Ed and I are organizing the |
Modeling Symposium for EclipseCon Europe 2016. Please support us by
sharing the call on your communication channels.
The symposium aims to provide a forum for community members to present a
brief overview of their work. We offer 10 minute lightning slots
(including questions) to facilitate a broad range of speakers. The
primary goal is to introduce interesting, new, technology and features.
We are mainly targeting projects that are not otherwise represented in
the conference program.
If you are interested in giving a talk, please send a short description
(a few sentences) to jhelming@xxxxxxxx. Depending on the
number, we might have to select among the submissions. Submission
deadline is September 9th.
Please adhere to the following guidelines:
Please provide sufficient context. Talks should start with a concise
overview of what the presenter plans to demonstrate, or what a certain
framework offers. Even more important, explain how and why the topic is
Don't bore us! Get to the point quickly. You don't have to use all your
allocated time. An interesting 3 minute talk will have a bigger impact
than a boring 10 minute talk. We encourage you to plan for a 5 minute
talk, leaving room for 5 minutes of discussion.
Keep it short and sweet, and focus on the most important aspects. A
conference offers the advantage of getting in contact with people who
are interested in your work. So consider the talk more as a teaser to
prompt follow-up conversations than a forum to demonstrate or discuss
technical details in depth.
A demo is worth a thousand slides. We prefer to see how your stuff works
rather than be told about how it works with illustrative slides. Please
restrict the slides to summarize your introduction or conclusion.
Looking forward to your submissions!
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