Call For Papers
The 2nd Annual CSAIL Student Workshop September 25,
The 2nd annual CSAIL Student Workshop (CSW) seeks short papers on
applied and theoretical research in ALL areas of Computer Science and
Artificial Intelligence, including (but not limited to):
- Biological and Computational Systems
- Semantic Systems
The DEADLINE for paper submissions has been EXTENDED
to AUGUST 11, 2006. Papers will be limited to two pages (1000 words
plus figures). The strongest papers will describe novel research
results, ideas, or prototype systems. Papers should include technical
detail with clear explanations to target an audience that includes
incoming graduate students. Proposals for new research directions and
preliminary results are also encouraged, as long as they are described
Present your ideas, get useful feedback, and
enjoy a day of brainstorming and networking with fellow graduate
students. We hope this breadth-oriented workshop will be both
valuable and enjoyable.
Share your work at the CSAIL
Authors should submit a two-page (1000 words plus figures) extended abstract
using the same format and length as will be required for the final
proceedings version. Detailed instructions, as well as LaTeX
templates can be found here:
These specify two-column style, Times Roman font with
10 point type, vertical spacing of 11 points, overall text width of
6.75 inches, length of 9.0 inches, 0.25 inches between the two
columns, top margin of 1.0 inch, and left margin of 0.75 inches, on US
letter paper. Papers are expected to be at least 1 page but must not
exceed 1000 words, including figures and references. Overly long and
boring papers may be rejected due to reviewer drowsiness.
- Submissions must be printable PDF files, sent as MIME-encoded attachments by email to email@example.com
- The email subject line *must* include the following words, exactly as shown: "CSW 2006 SUBMISSION"
- The body of the email must include a list of topic areas (from the call for papers) to which your submission is relevant. These topics will be used to assign reviewers to your submission.
- In the body of the email, you should also specify whether you will be able to attend the conference to present your work.