Important DatesWe are soliciting four types of submission:
- Abstract Submission: Sept 18, 2020 (23:59 AOE)
- Paper Submission: Sept 23, 2020 (23:59 AOE)
- Notification: October 13, 2020
- Camera Ready: October 20, 2020
- Technical papers (up to 6 pages, plus references), reporting on novel research. Accepted authors will be invited to upload a presentation video (max. 20 mins) prior to the event, with a short live presentation and Q&A session during the scheduled workshop;
- Position papers (up to 3 pages, including everything), reporting on new research directions and/or a controversial debate of past research. Accepted authors will be invited to upload a presentation video (max. 10 mins) prior to the event, with a short live presentation and interactive discussion during the scheduled workshop;
- Poster papers (up to 2 pages, including everything), reporting on novel research, which may be at an earlier stage. Accepted authors will be required to upload a poster and short ''pitch'' video prior to the workshop, and have the option of uploading a longer video (max. 5 mins). Pitch videos will be played prior to the virtual poster/demo session during the live event.
- Demo papers (up to 2 pages, including everything), associated with a hardware- or software-based demonstration. Accepted authors will be required to upload a short demonstration video (max. 5 mins) prior to the event, with discussions in a virtual poster/demo session during the live event.
Submissions should be previously unpublished, and not currently under review by another conference or journal. Papers should be submitted for consideration via the workshop website, prior to the submission deadline, and must adhere to the provided formatting guidelines. Papers will undergo double-blind review. They will be assessed for novelty, relevance and quality. Accepted papers will be available on the ACM Digital Library before the workshop.
Camera-Ready InstructionsTo assist you with preparing your camera-ready ENSsys paper, please refer to the following instructions. You should use the acmart.cls.
Please note that ACM uses 9-pt fonts in all conference proceedings, and the style (both LaTeX and Word) implicitly define the font size to be 9-pt. Please refer to the SenSys notes on how to use the templates, as well as the User Guide of the new class. Accepted submissions will be available on the ACM digital library.