11th International Workshop on Feedback Computing

Feedback Computing 2016

Co-located with ICAC 2016, held in Wurzburg on July 19, 2016.


Important Dates

Paper submission: April 28, 2016
Author notification: May 10, 2016
Workshop: July 19, 2016

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November 2015

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December 2015

Call for Papers posted
Submission site up and running

January 2016

Invited Speakers Announced
Jie Liu (Principal Researcher at MSR), Bruno Sinopoli (Associate Professor at CMU), Niklas Karlsson (Vice President at AOL Platforms), Mark Squillante (Area Head at IBM Research)

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Submission Guidelines

All submissions should be formatted according to the standard ACM two-column proceeding guidelines. Manuscript templates are available for download here. The workshop follows a single-blind review process. Authors are invited to submit three types of papers to emphasize the multiple foci of this workshop:

→ Research Papers: Research papers must represent original, unpublished contributions and must not exceed 6 pages in length (excluding references).

→ Challenge Papers: Challenge paper submissions must motivate research challenges with real systems that can take advantage of feedback computing, and should not exceed 3 pages in length (excluding references).

→ Application Papers: Application paper submissions must be based on real experience and working systems. All submissions should be formatted as annotated slides—a visual in the upper half of a page and the explanatory text in the lower half—and should not exceed 15 slides in length.

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