The ATC 2010 demo/exhibition program provides researchers and engineers with opportunities to show their cutting-edge work presented in an interactive fashion. The live demonstrations and exhibitions may include implementations of techniques presented in the main conference, workshops, other conferences and venues, as well as systems and video.
We encourage academic researchers as well as industry lab researchers and companies to participate in showcasing their products and research. Prospective applicants should submit a 4-page abstract of the demonstration/exhibition in LNCS-format via email ([log in to unmask]">[log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>). Video demonstrations are also welcome.
The main selection criteria will be the expected general interest of the demonstration to the Autonomic and Trusted Computing community.
The accepted demo/exhibition submitted before July 30 will be included as 4 page papers in the conference's IEEE CS proceedings (indexed by EI); those submitted after this date will not be included in the proceedings. As a condition for acceptance, at least one of the people must be registered for the main conference, and present the demo in the conference. All demos will compete for the Best Demo Award.
At the conference, you will at minimum be provided with a space for your demo, a poster stand, a table and chairs, and a power connection (220V). Any other special equipment should be provided by yourself, including power converters, projectors, audio amplification, wireless LAN, etc. Please specify this with a separate page so that we can plan the demo area accordingly.
* Alvin Chin, Nokia Research Center, China
* Ming Zhao, Florida International University, USA
For demos to be included in ATC proceedings (indexed by EI)
- Demo proposal: July 30
- Acceptance: August 3
- 4-page camera-ready version: August 8
For demos not to be included in ATC proceedings
- Demo proposal: August 15
- Acceptance: August 30
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Alvin Chin and Ming Zhao
ATC2010 Demo co-chairs