*UPDATE: The deadline for submissions has been extended to Friday, December 18th, 2015 at 11:59pm AoE.
11th18th December 2015: Submission of Position Papers
- 18th January 2016: Notification of acceptance
- 19th February 2016: Camera-ready version
- 28th February 2016: Workshop at CSCW 2016
Interested individuals should submit a position paper in CSCW extended abstracts format (between 2-4 pages, excluding references) that addresses the workshop theme and one or more of the highlighted topics. Submissions will go through a peer-reviewed process under the workshop program committee, and will be accepted based on relevance and potential to contribute to the workshop discussion and goals.
The members of the workshop organizing committee will review the position papers, recruiting additional reviewers from the co-located CSCW community if needed. Submissions should be in electronic form (PDF format).
Up to twenty-five participants will be invited to participate in the workshop based on reviews of the position papers. Only one author per submission will be invited to attend the workshop. If additional authors would like to be considered, separate applications should be submitted. Prior to the workshop, participants will be requested to read all accepted position papers.
Two to three students (in addition to those who submit full workshop position papers) will also be invited to participate. This will provide students pursuing research in this area a unique opportunity to interact with key researchers in the field and help define future directions. Students will need to submit a one-page paper describing their interest in the area of human-centered data science and their motivation for wanting to participate.
How to Submit
Please email your position paper as a PDF to email@example.com on or before the submission deadline. You may also use this email address to contact the organizers with any questions.
Submitted abstracts will be archived on the workshop’s website (i.e. here), but will not appear in the CSCW proceedings. Authors will maintain all copyright over their work.