1st Workshop on Connecting Education and Research Communities for an Innovative Resource Aware Society
Novi Sad, Serbia, September 2nd 2021.
CERCIRAS Workshop originates from CERCIRAS Cost Action CA19135 whose primary goal is to spread resource awareness. The workshop aims to provide a forum for presentation, discussion and dissemination of the scientific findings and their application in the area of resource aware computing, and the establishment and improvement of interaction and cooperation between scientists and practitioners from all related sectors and domains. CERCIRAS workshop is organized within CERCIRAS Cost Action activities and colocated with the Action networking activities under CERCIRAs Open days.
The workshop welcomes presentations on state of the art, early ideas, work in progress, preliminary results, case studies, industrial cases and open problems, but also mature results in the form of research results, reports or demonstration. Presentation topics might relate to any kind of resources (time, energy, space, data, effort, etc) and their usage in development and usage by systems in our environment. Presentations should refer to techniques involved in resource measurement, monitoring, controlling, and trade-offs including the full scope of techniques from background theory to application of innovative solutions in different domains. Finally, we welcome all aspects of mentioned techniques such as education, training, research and practice.
CERCIRAS Workshop will be physically located at University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad, Serbia where we will be happy to welcome all participants available for travelling. Furthermore, having in mind the current situation related to COVID-19 we will organize virtual participation in all sessions.
CERCIRAS Workshop follows a two steps submission model: (1) Abstract and (2) Short/full paper submissions. Authors submit abstracts for workshop presentation. If an abstract is selected for the presentation, authors are expected to present the proposed work in a workshop session. Afterwards, based on the presentation and corresponding discussion, authors extend the abstract and submit a short/full paper to be reviewed, If it is accepted it will be published in the CERCIRAS Workshop proceedings that will be published as a CEUR-WS online proceedings.
Presentations for CERCIRAS Workshop will be collected based on 1-page abstracts submitted electronically via the EasyChair submission system before the abstract submission deadline. The presentation abstract will be published at the workshop program page in the form of a book of abstracts.
- In order to ensure a proper and fair review of the abstracts, we encourage authors to submit abstracts with clear insights and background of the work, together with some complementing material (if possible). Complementing material could include, for example, previously published papers or videos related to the abstract, to enrich the abstract submission.
- In order to evaluate the technical quality, the submitted abstract should contain a clear summary, the data used for experiments, the exploited methods and the achieved results.
Short/Full Paper Submission
CERCIRAS workshop proceedings will include papers selected based on post-workshop submissions of short/full papers and corresponding presentations.
Short papers are classified as papers with minimum of 5 pages and maximum of 9 pages in length. Long or full papers are classified as papers with minimum of 10 pages long and maximum of 20 pages in length.
- Templates: The abstract and short/full paper submissions can be made using the CEURART template at http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-XXX/index.html (please follow templates listed at Secsion 2: The New CEURART Style)
- Submissions should be in English, carefully checked for correct grammar and spelling. Each submission should clearly indicate the nature of its technical/scientific contribution, the problems, domains or environments to which it is applicable.
Following the submission model, reviewing will be organized in two steps. In the first step we evaluate abstracts submitted to be presented. In the second step papers submitted to be included in the proceedings will be reviewed. The submissions will be reviewed by a panel of experts from the program committee and program chair.
|Abstract submission deadline|
|Abstract author notification|
|Short/full Paper submission deadline|
|Camera ready submission deadline|
|All dates are in AOE time|
The workshop will be organized by the CERCIRAS team and hosted by University of Novi Sad.
Padma Iyenghar, University of Osnabrück, Germany
Gordana Rakić, University of Novi Sad, Serbia
|Yasmina||Abdeddaïm||Université Gustave Eiffel , ESIEE Paris, France|
|Aleksander||Byrski||AGH University Science and Technology, Poland|
|Radu-Ioan||Ciobanu||University Politehnica of Bucharest, Romania|
|Marcus||Denker||INRIA Lille, France|
|Kerstin||Eder||University of Bristol, United Kingdom|
|Rafal||Graczyk||University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg|
|Dalvan||Griebler||Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul (PUCRS), Brazil|
|Attila||Kertesz||University of Szeged, Hingary|
|Panagiota||Nikolaou||University of Cyprus, Cyprus|
|Zoran||Pandilov||Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje, North Macedonia|
|Paolo||Pazzaglia||Universität des Saarlandes, Germany|
|Radu||Prodan||University of Klagenfurt, Austria|
|Valon||Raça||University of Prishtina, Kosovo*|
|Philippe||Reiter||imec-IDLab Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium|
|Christine||Rochange||IRIT – Université de Toulouse, France|
|Bernard||van Gastel||Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands|
|Marko||Vaneekelen||Open University of the Netherlands, Netherlands|
*All references to Kosovo, whether the territory, institutions, or population, in this text, shall be understood in full compliance with United Nations Security Council Resolution 1244 and without prejudice to the status of Kosovo.