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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TKDE Poster Track Call for Papers

The IEEE International Conference on Data Engineering (ICDE) and the IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering (TKDE) will partner and experiment the new TKDE poster track starting in ICDE 2016.

Selected regular research articles that are accepted for TKDE in 2015 will be invited to present a 2-page extended abstract in the proceedings of ICDE 2016 and a poster in the poster session of ICDE 2016. The selection will be made by the TKDE poster track committee according to the following criteria:

  1. The article falls in the scope of ICDE as described by the ICDE research track and industry track call-for-papers.
  2. The article is not an extension of a paper published in a conference, symposium, or workshop.

Once the authors receive the invitation for submitting to the TKDE poster track, the authors can submit their extended abstract by Dec 5, 2015. Please upload your submission to the ICDE 2016 TKDE Poster Track through the CMT submission system. The extended abstract will be reviewed by the TKDE poster track committee to ensure the presentation quality.

Important Dates

Submission due: December 5, 2015
Notification of acceptance:December 20, 2015
Camera-Ready copy due:January 25, 2016

Notes for TKDE Posters

Please observe the following regarding the format:

  1. Authors must specifically use the ICDE 2016 proceeding formats downloadable from the Submission Guidelines.
  2. We also expect your extended abstract to include an introduction, motivation and background information, a problem definition, and a summary of the technical ideas and results as well as an evaluation.
  3. Use the title of your TKDE paper, followed by '(Extended abstract)'. The list of authors should be the same as in the accepted TKDE paper.
  4. Please provide the acceptance details of your TKDE paper and attach an e-copy of your TKDE paper to the abstract submission.
  5. The page limit is 2 pages.

The extended abstract will appear in the ICDE 2016 proceedings under a special track for TKDE papers, and the authors must present the work at the ICDE poster session.

Regarding the policy of ICDE registrations, the authors of an extended abstract (TKDE posters) will be treated in the the same way as the authors of an ICDE paper. At least one of the authors must register for the conference before the camera-ready deadline, and this registration can be cancelled only after registration of another author. The registration is based on attendance; that is, if an author is going to ICDE 2016 to present multiple posters or papers accepted for ICDE, we only charge the author once for ICDE registration.