Call for Contibutions
The 20th International Conference on Software Architecture (ICSA 2023) Poster Track provides an opportunity for both practitioners and researchers to present and discuss the most recent advances, ideas, experiences, and challenges in the field of Software Architecture by means of poster presentations. The poster track is intended to stimulate face-to-face discussions among conference participants. In particular, reflections on the past, descriptions of current initiatives, visions of the future, and new results in Software Architecture research and practice are welcome. During the conference, there will be a face-to-face poster session (in A1 poster format, 594mm x 841mm).
Conference participants are encouraged to support the task of selecting the best poster by dot voting. The best poster award will be presented during the main conference.
Poster papers must have up to 4 pages (including references) and conform to the IEEE paper formatting and submission instructions. Poster papers shall describe the work, the expected benefits, and how it relates to other industrial or research efforts. Contributions should be submitted using the online submission system: Easychair
The selection criteria of the posters will consider their originality, relevance to the ICSA audience, technical soundness, and presentation quality. Each submission will be evaluated by at least two members of the PC. The best poster submissions will be invited to give short presentations in a session during the main conference.
Poster papers will be published in the ICSA 2023 companion proceedings.
Note that at least one author of an accepted contribution is required to register and present the work at the conference. In the absence of restrictions (such as those due to Covid-19), an in-person presentation is required.
- Abstract submission: December 5, 2022
- Full paper submission: December 9, 2022
- Notification of acceptance: January 13, 2022
- Final paper submission: January 27, 2023
Notes: All deadlines are 23:59h AoE (anywhere on Earth)
Matteo Camilli, Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy