Tutorials provide a valuable opportunity for conference participants to expand their product line knowledge and skills. Tutorials may focus on introductory product line topics, such as how to introduce a product line approach into an organization, or on advanced tools, approaches, methods, and best practices.
Tutorials will be held during the first two days of the conference week in full-day or half-day sessions.
IMPORTANT DATES (AoE)
- Tutorial proposals: Apr 10, 2017
- Notification: May 10, 2017
- Final version of the 1 page description:
June 5, 2017Jun 22, 2017
A tutorial proposal consists of two pages describing the topic, the plan for conducting the tutorial, and the backgrounds of the presenters and the tutorial.
- The Topic section should include the title, goals, and intended audience of the tutorial (practical vs. academic; beginner vs. advanced). The topic should be described in detail, stressing its importance and timeliness.
- The Plan section should include: a preliminary schedule of events including estimated times and length of the tutorial (half-day/full-day); a detailed description of what the tutorial will cover; a justification of the tutorial for SPLC2017; an explanation of how the tutorial will be conducted; and sample material or notes, if the topic is being proposed for the first time.
- The Presenters’ Backgrounds section should include relevant biographical information and summaries of the presenters’ technical presentation and tutorial experience.
- The Tutorial Background section should include a description of where and when the tutorial has been offered previously and any evaluations that were done.
A one-page description of all accepted tutorials will be published in the conference proceedings.
The page limit is 2 pages. Submissions must follow the ACM proceedings format
- Ebrahim Bagheri, Ryerson University, Canada
- Yingfei Xiong, Peking University, China