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 Tutorials

ICDE 2016 invites submissions for tutorial (advanced seminar) proposals on all topics covered by the conference. We are especially interested in tutorials that deal with main memory and modern hardware, as well as mobile data processing, and real-time analytics. The conference will host several one- and two-session tutorials, lasting 1.5 and 3 hours, respectively.

Important Dates

Submission due: November 15, 2015
Notification of acceptance:December 20, 2015
Camera-Ready copy due:January 25, 2016

Submitting Your Tutorial Proposal

Tutorial proposals should be submitted by email to the tutorial co-chairs as a PDF attachment. Submission should be at most 4 pages with the same format as conference research papers. The proposals must meet the above given due date. Please include 'ICDE 2016 Tutorial' in the subject line.

Each submission should include the following information:

  • The proposed tutorial title
  • The preferred duration (1.5 or 3 hours)
  • An abstract
  • An outline detailing the scope and depth of coverage of the targeted topics
  • A short description of the intended audience
  • A short biography of the proposed presenter(s), along with contact information
  • If the tutorial or an earlier version has been presented elsewhere, the proposal
    should indicate those respective events (and dates), and how the current proposal differs from other editions of the tutorial.


A short description of the tutorial (up to 4 pages) will be included in the conference proceedings. Tutorial slides will be made available to conference participants and will need to be provided in advance of the conference.

Workshop and Tutorial Chairs

Giovanna Guerrini (firstname.lastname@unige.it)
Georgia Koutrika (lastname@hp.com)