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Call for Demo Papers
Established as a premier venue in the area of autonomic and trusted computing, ATC-2014 will offer a forum for researchers to exchange ideas and experience in the most innovative research and development in the area and include all technical aspects related to Autonomic/Organic Computing and Trusted/Trustworthy Computing.
The ATC 2014 demo program provides researchers and engineers with opportunities to showcase their cutting-edge work presented in an interactive fashion. The live demonstrations may include implementations of techniques presented in the main conference or workshops. We also encourage industries or other commercial entities to participate in showcasing their products.
All demonstration submissions must be within 4 pages in the IEEE CS format and should clearly state the significance of the contribution, describe the concept, the system and the technology, and explain what features and scenarios to be demonstrated. It will be very helpful if the authors can provide monitor recording of the demonstration accessible by reviewers.
Demo submissions will be evaluated on the relevance to the ATC community, the novelty and technical quality of the system, and the research contributions and unique features of the system. As a condition for acceptance, at least one author of each accepted paper must be registered for the main conference. Each accepted demo paper is required to have a poster and to be demonstrated lively during the demo session. All demos will compete for the Best Demo Award.
The conference will provide a space for your demo, a poster stand, a table and chairs, and power connection. If you need any special equipment, you should bring your own, including power converters, projectors, audio amplification, wireless LAN, etc. Please specify this with a separate page in your demo submission so that we can plan the demo area accordingly.
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