| Call for Workshops
1988, each of the nine past editions of EDBT -- the International
Conference on Extending Database Technology -- have attracted
hundreds of members of the academic and industrial data management
communities to form a top-rank forum for research, exchange,
and innovation. In March 2006, EDBT will open for the 10th
edition and continue this successful series, this time in
are listed as Colocated
Proposal submission: June
to Authors: July 8, 2004
Registration possible (www.edbt2006.de): starting
March 26-31, 2006
workshops: March 26, 2006
workshops: March 30-31,
All deadlines are firm.
for Workshop Proposals
are hereby cordially invited to submit Proposals for Workshops and
thus become a part of EDBT 2006. The topics of these co-located
workshops should be related to the EDBT conference topics of interest
(for a non-exhaustive list, please see the EDBT 2006 CfP at http://www.edbt2006.de/call_for_papers.htm).
Please submit your proposals (in plain text or PDF) via e-mail
to the Workshop Chair Torsten Grust, Technical University of Munich
by June 24, 2005. Advance notices welcome.
As a potential workshop organizer, please consider the following
points while you prepare your proposal:
Workshops will share the attractive location, the Munich House
of Artists near the Munich city center ``Stachus'', with the EDBT
EDBT workshops will run as satellite events, either directly before
or after the core conference. Pre-conference workshops (1/2 or
1 days) will take place on Sunday, March 26, 2006. Post-conference
workshops (1/2 up to 2 days) will be scheduled on Thursday and
Friday, March 30-31, 2006.
Workshop attendees are not required but are, of course, encouraged
to register for the core EDBT conference.
Workshops will benefit from the local EDBT 2006 organizational
infrastructure and receive administrative support (registration,
badges, refreshments, hotel booking, etc.). A fixed amount per
workshop attendee and day will be charged for these services.
Otherwise, you may impose workshop fees as you see fit.
Your proposal should contain the following pertinent information:
Names, affiliations, and e-mail addresses of the workshop
organizers. Please mark the primary contact person.
Preferred date and workshop duration (see above) and an estimation
of the number of expected participants.
A brief description of the workshop, including the workshop's
name and topic, and a short summary of the technical issues
in the focus of the workshop. A sketch of the workshop's Call
for Papers (including dates) will be helpful.
Information on the workshop program committee (as far as available
to you then) and a note on your plans regarding workshop proceedings
Short information on previous editions of the workshop series
Based on the input you provide, the decision about the acceptance
or rejection of your proposal as a co-located workshop will be
made jointly by the EDBT 2006 General, Program, and Workshop Chairs.
Notifications will be sent out no later than July 8, 2005.
Finally, we expect you to work with the EDBT 2006 local organizers
on the mentioned details and publicity aspects of your accepted
EDBT 2006 web site www.edbt2006.de
will be offering up-to-date information on all aspects of the