32nd IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering

May 16-20, 2016 · Helsinki, Finland

It is with great pleasure that the organizers of the 32nd IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering invite you to take part in ICDE 2016 to be held in Helsinki, Finland, from May 16 to 20, 2016. As the capital of Finland, Helsinki is a vibrant city on the Baltic Sea renowned for its design and friendly atmosphere. The venue is at Aalto University's School of Business, which is located right in the city center.
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Call for Panels

The 32nd IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE 2016) invites proposals for panel sessions on all aspects of data management. We encourage submissions on issues of current interest to the community that are well suited to open discussion and debate. ICDE 2016 is a leading forum for data management researchers, practitioners, developers, and users to explore cutting-edge ideas and to exchange techniques, tools, and experiences. The 32nd IEEE ICDE will be held in Helsinki, Finland on May 16-20, 2016.

Important Dates

Submission due: November 22, 2015
Notification of acceptance:December 20, 2015
Camera-Ready copy due:January 25, 2016

Proposal Format

Each proposal should include the title of the panel, and the names, affiliations, and brief biographies of a moderator and the participants.

Panel proposals should describe both the proposed content and format of discussion. Panels should largely focus on discussion and debate. We discourage formats that revolve around prepared slides and lengthy individual presentations by participants.

The bulk of the proposal should be a brief description (no more than one page in the ICDE 2016 submission format) describing the panel content and format, and must include examples of provocative questions to be addressed at the panel. The description should clearly answer the following questions:

  1. Why is the topic of current interest to the ICDE community?
  2. Why is the topic well-suited to an open panel discussion?
  3. What should attendees expect to gain from the panel?

Panel proposals should be submitted on or before November 22, 2015 by email to the panel chair Divesh Srivastava, the email is: divesh@research.att.com. The authors will be notified of the decision by December 20, 2015.

Short panel summaries will appear in the ICDE 2016 conference proceedings.