The ER 2012 Demo session provides an exciting and highly interactive way to demonstrate conceptual modeling research, and an excellent way to advertise the applicability of the results. Proposals should be focused on new conceptual modeling developments, advances in applying conceptual modeling, or innovative use of conceptual modeling techniques. The session is focused on academic and research software, and it is not intended for the demonstration of commercial products.
- Proposals: May 8th, 2012
- Notification: May 30th, 2012
- Camera-ready: June 11th, 2012
All submitted proposals must be formatted according to the instructions for submission format for research submissions. Demo proposals must be no more than four pages long. These page limits include all parts of the paper: title, abstract, body, and bibliography. Proposals should clearly describe what will be demonstrated and how the contribution will be illustrated interactively. Proposals could include a URL that showed a preliminary version of the demo (e.g., screenshots, or even an interactive program).
Submissions have to be in accordance with the Springer LNCS guidelines. Templates are available at http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html. Submissions must be sent through Easychair website http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=er20120.
Accepted contributions for the demonstrations session will be published on a Lecture Notes in Computer Science Issue which will be available at the conference.
- Laks V.S. Lakshmanan, University of British Columbia, Canada
- Mong Li Lee, National University of Singapore, Singapore
Demonstrations Program Committee
- Sourav Bhowmick – Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
- Francesco Bonchi – Yahoo! Research
- Gillian Dobbie – University of Auckland, New Zealand
- Jiaheng Lu – Renmin University of China
- Amelie Marian – Rutgers University, US
- Divesh Srivastava – AT&T Labs Research
- Sergei Vassilivtskii – Yahoo! Research
- Cong Yu – Google Research
- Jeffrey Yu – City University of Hong Kong
- Haixun Wang – Microsoft Research Asia