VLDB 2010 , 36th International Conference on Very Large Data Bases
  Singapore : 13 to 17 Sept 2010, Grand Copthorne Waterfront Hotel
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Submission Deadlines and Guidelines

Submission Deadlines and Guidelines 

The conference management tools for the submission of abstracts, papers and proposals is accessible at https://cmt.research.microsoft.com/vldb2010

All papers must adhere to the conference's duplicate submission policy, must be formatted according to the conference's camera-ready format. Abstract (if any) and paper submissions (in pdf format) must be done electronically using the conference management tools.

Tracks Deadlines

Core Database Technology and Infrastructure for Information Systems Tracks

Abstract: March 1, 2010 (5:00pm GMT, 10:00am PDT)

Full Paper: March 9, 2010 (5:00pm GMT, 10:00am PDT)

Industrial Applications and Experience

Paper/Extended abstract: March 9, 2010 (5:00pm GMT, 10:00am PDT)

Experiments and Analyses Papers

Full Paper: March 9, 2010 (5:00pm GMT, 10:00am PDT)

PhD Workshop

Paper: April 10, 2010 (5PM GMT, 10:00am PDT)

Demonstration Proposals

Paper: March 22, 2010 (5:00pm GMT, 10:00am PDT)

Proposal Guidelines

Tutorial Proposals

Tutorial proposals must clearly identify the intended audience and its assumed background. Tutorials whose audience is broader than the database research community are encouraged. Proposals must be no more than 5 pages and must provide a sense of both the scope of the tutorial and depth within the scope. The intended length of the tutorial (1.5 or 3 hours) should also be indicated, together with justification that a high-quality presentation will be achieved within the chosen time period and the indication of the main learning outcomes. Proposals should also include contact information (name, email, address, telephone number, and FAX number) and a brief bio of the presenters. If the proposed tutorial has been given previously, the proposal should include where the tutorial has been given and how it will be modified for VLDB 2010.

Proposals must be submitted electronically by April 2, 2010 (5:00pm GMT, 10:00am PDT) via email to Guozhu Dong (guozhu.dong@wright.edu) and Hwee Hwa Pang (hhpang@smu.edu.sg). Tutorial presentations will be published and made available to VLDB participants.

Workshop Proposals

VLDB 2010 will again feature a number of co-located workshops. A workshop proposal should be no more than 5 pages and should include the workshop title, technical description of the topic and issues, justification, chairs, potential program committee members, duration and history (if any) of the workshop. Proposals should be submitted by January 31, 2010 (5:00pm GMT, 10:00am PDT) via email to Amol Deshpande (amol@cs.umd.edu), Zachary G. Ives (zives@atcis.upenn.edu) and Anthony Kum Hoe Tung (atung@comp.nus.edu.sg). The subject of the email should be prepended by "VLDB 2010 workshop proposal".

VLDB 2010 offers the usual serviced workshops, where registration, catering, room allocation and audio/visual will be organized by the conference organizers. The serviced workshops will take place on September 13 (Monday) before the conference, and on September 17 (Friday) after the conference. The workshops will be hosted at the conference venue. Workshop proposals may have any duration from half-a-day to 1 days. Please indicate your preference for a date. Note that proposals must be unconditional concerning scheduling. It is very likely that some workshops will not get their preferred date.

Panel Proposals

Panels should address timely and, preferably, controversial issues and must be debate-oriented rather than a series of short presentations. A proposal should include the topic title; a short statement about the importance and relevance of the panel and the potential issues of controversy; a tentative list of questions that will be posed to the panelists; a list of confirmed participants along with their affiliations (need not be complete); and a short bio of each participant. Proposals must be submitted electronically by April 2, 2010 to Marianne Winslett (winslett@uiuc.edu) and Jeffrey Xu Yu (yu@se.cuhk.edu.hk). Feel free to contact the chairs before sending a proposal to discuss the proposed topic. Short panel summaries will appear in the proceedings.

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