Submissions

The GTM2017 program committee is pleased to accept submissions for the following:

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  1. Special session. Sessions provide a multi-perspective presentation on an issue facing the field of tech mining. The overall abstract should describe the general session topic and how two (45 minute session), three (60 minute session) or four (90 minute session) presenters will offer coordinated oral presentations.
  2. Paper. Oral presentations (15 minutes + questions) addressing well-advanced research.
  3. Power Talk. A power talk consists of an abbreviated oral presentation (5 minutes, 4 PowerPoint slides). The objective is to deliver a lively, concise description of your research and its impacts. Power talk presenters are also invited to present a poster at the evening’s ATLC-GTM Joint Reception if desired.
  4. Posters. This formal graphic presentation format offers an excellent opportunity for gathering detailed feedback on your work and reporting on tech mining results. For “early career” researchers (students and post-doctoral fellows) there will also be the option to enter the joint ATLC/GTM Early Career Poster Competition. Proposed work should be empirical in nature and reflect work in which the early career researcher has led the research, and/or played a significant role in the research. All posters will be presented during the October 9th joint ATLC/GTM reception).

Submission Instructions

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Once you are ready to make a submission for your special session proposal, paper, power talk, or poster, click on the link above. You will be redirected to the EasyChair login site for the GTM 2017. After login, click on the “New Submission” menu option.
For all submission, please enter a text abstract (250 word maximum) in the submission form and select the submission category. Submissions for papers will have the option to check “consider for power talk if rejected for paper”.

Special session proposal and paper submissions must also upload an extended abstract (2-page maximum) created in Word (.doc or.docx). The document may be expanded to 4 or 6 pages for session proposals. After the refereeing process, all accepted presenters will have the opportunity to submit a revised extended abstract to be published in the conference program.

Key Dates for 2017
April 15th  Extended to April 30th - Deadline for paper and session proposal submissions
June 15th - Notification of acceptance of paper and session proposals
June 15th - Deadline for power talk and poster submissions
July 15th - Notification of acceptance of power talks and posters
September 1st - Deadline for revised extended abstracts from all accepted presenters