Demo and Poster Session - DMS 2011

DMS 2011 (http://www.ksi.edu/seke/dms11.html) invites technical demonstrations of innovations, research, and experimental studies in emerging technologies. Topics of interest are in line, but not limited to, the topics covered by the main conference theme. Submissions from both industry and academia are encouraged.

You may submit a demo or a poster for a paper already submitted to any other DMS conference session (you still must follow the instructions below to prepare and submit your work for this session. If accepted, a separate registration by at least one author is required).

A best demo award will be granted by DMS 2011 based on the poster/demo's innovation, technical contribution, and presentation.

The extended abstracts of accepted posters and demos will be included in the proceedings of DMS 2011 (but are not considered conference papers).

Wireless Internet access will be available at the venue. Poster stands will be provided for poster papers and demo presenters will be responsible of bringing and setting up any equipment needed for their demos. Please clearly state if any additional arrangements are required in a separate email to the demo co-chairs before the submission deadline.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

Submissions must include a PDF file with an extended abstract in English of no more than two pages in the 2-column format. The extended abstract should explicitly describe the poster or the demonstration, the idea behind it, how it works, the results and learning, future work, and possibly how the audience can interact with it. The extended abstract and demo presentation must be all in English.

Please submit your "Demo Paper" at this URL: http://conf.ksi.edu/dms2011/submit/SubmitPaper.php

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission deadline: June 30, 2011
Acceptance notification: July 5, 2011
Camera-ready submission: July 11, 2011
Registration: the same as the main conference registration. Any poster/demo paper must have at least one registered author.