Workshop Proposal Submission
Potential workshop organizers should submit a proposal to
that includes the name, affiliation, email and post address, telephone number,
and a brief bio of each organizer. The proposal should also discuss the
following aspects of the workshop:
Expected length (half day or one day)
Scope and structure
List of suggested program committee members
Paper solicitation, review, and selection
Target attendees and recruitment
Expected number of participants
History of past workshops
Link to preliminary website of the workshop with a CFP posted
A copy of the CFP should also be included. The maximum length of each proposal is
five (5) pages in the typical IEEE 2-column format.
After a proposal is accepted, organizers have two options to create a website for their workshop:
Submit required information (description and a list of topics interested, CFP, names of organizing and program committee members, etc.)
and let the conference create the website. Refer to the Workshop on Automobile Software Security and Safety as an example.
Prepare the website by themselves with appropriate URLs linked to the home page of QRS 2020 and the submission page of their workshop.
No matter which option is selected, all the papers will be submitted via a central submission site with one separate page for each track/workshop. Organizers will have the admin account for their own workshop.