The CLI 2018 symposium will consist of two types of sessions:
● Oral presentations: each presentation (about 30 minutes long) will be divided into two parts. The first part will be the presentation of the participants research (15 and 20 minutes) and the second part will be devoted to a discussion with the audience (10 minutes). Depending on the selected abstracts, roundtables and panel discussions may be organized. The use of visual support is recommended.
● Interactive workshops: either traditional posters (A0 portrait format) or demonstrations of an application / experiment / results, live data processing, presentation of software and tests [...]. The originality of these workshops is to promote the exploration of different fields of research by facilitating interdisciplinary communication and interactions. All the participants of the workshop (general public and speakers) may be brought to participate in these workshops (to pass a test, discover software, discuss data ...). Different media other than posters are therefore accepted.
his call for papers is addressed to all PhD students and young researchers, both France or of foreign nationalities, affiliated to a research laboratory.
Proposals are to be submitted in PDF format on the EasyChair website (registration is required), no later than June 8, 2018. Proposals, for both session types, should be submitted in the form of an anonymous abstract, in English or in French (maximum length of 1-page length, Times New Roman font, font size 12, line spacing 1,5, margins 2,5 cm). The references and supplementary material should figure on a separate page.
NB: any submission for which the authors' names figure in the PDF document will be automatically refused.
Submissions will be evaluated by a scientific committee. Notifications of acceptance or refusal, as well as double-blind expert feedback, will be sent to authors as of July 10, 2018. The authors will then have 2 weeks to confirm or refuse their participation. In the event of acceptance, the authors will be asked to return their abstract, corrected according to the comments made by the experts by July 25, 2018.
Following the colloquium, the selected contributions are subject to publication in the proceedings of the conference. The articles will need to follow certain guidelines for publication and will be published by the Digital Library of Paris 8 University.