Update: regular submissions are now closed. However, if you have a project or dataset that is relevant to the theme of the workshop, we would love to include it in the workshop! Options include a short presentation slot, and/or a poster during the poster session. Contact the chairs with your proposal, and we will get back to you ASAP!
Submissions are handled via Easychair.
We invite submissions related to any of the topics mentioned in the Call for Papers, or deemed relevant to the theme of the workshop by the authors.
This year, there are more ways to participate in METHOD than ever!
- Submit a short research paper (4 to 6 pages), describing a research idea that is highly motivated, but not necessarily fully evaluated.
- Submit a full research paper (up to 12 pages), describing more mature research, including evaluation.
- Submit a data paper (4 to 6 pages), describing and linking to a data set that can be used to support and/or evaluate approaches related to the workshop topics.
- Submit a demo paper (4 to 6 pages), describing a demonstration related to the workshop.
Submissions should be submitted in PDF, formatted according to the Lecture Notes in Computer Science guidelines for proceedings. Submissions to ISWC-2015/METHOD-2015 are not anonymous or blinded. All accepted submissions will be published in the online proceedings of METHOD 2015. At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the workshop and for the main conference, ISWC2015.
Authors of selected papers may be invited to submit an extended version to the SpringerOpen Journal of Trust Management.