STMet Workshop Proposals

We cordially invite you to submit your proposals for our workshops in conjunction with the STMet
2019 conference. STMet workshops provide a platform for presenting the research projects more
related to a specific area, so it is a great opportunity to exchange your ideas with the research
community working exactly in your field of research. The work can be widely discussed in an
interactive, supportive and friendly environment.

The STMet organizers expect the workshops to be possibly both dynamic and interactive
hopefully to create a community in the area of real-time intelligent systems which will contribute
with some innovative concepts widely cited then in literature.

We invite the researchers to submit theory workshop proposals for review. The organisers of
approved workshops are expected to define the focus of the workshop, create the workshop
website, to distribute the CFP, to peer-review the submissions, and to recommend the Best
Workshop Paper Award to the STMet PC for final decision. The organisers are also free to
decide on publication of the workshop proceedings.

Submission Guidelines

Proposals should be maximum 6 pages long and contain the following information:

1. Title and abstract of the workshop;
2. Background, motivation, and relevance to STMet;
3. Workshop objectives with the expected outcomes;
4. a tentative schedule of events;
5. Intended audience, the selection process for participants, whether it will be a full day or half day
workshop, and the resources required;
6. The brief bios of the workshop organisers;
7. PC list, Invited Talk and any other activities proposed

Submission Instructions

The workshop proposals should be submitted in PDF format via STMet submission system.
All the workshop submissions will be reviewed by the Workshop Chairs and the STMet PC. The
organisers of the accepted workshop proposals will be invited to submit a brief description of the
workshop for inclusion in the STMet 2019 conference proceedings.

Workshop Chairs
Submit proposals to – stm at