CALL FOR ORGANIZED SESSIONS, WORKSHOPS AND ROUND TABLES
We invite all interested network analysts to submit proposals to organize sessions, workshops, and round tables at the conference. If you would like to organize a session, a workshop or a round table, please submit an abstract of up to one page to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 1, 2019. Notifications will be sent out to the applicants not later than November 11 2019. We welcome proposals from any area of network analysis and encourage submissions from various disciplines.
Session organizers are expected to encourage paper submissions to the session, review abstracts submitted to it contentwise and chair the session. Organized sessions will include at least one 1,5-hour time slot accommodating about 4 presentations.
Workshop organizers are to include a short description of the 4-hour workshop, specify the required skills and equipment. Workshops are to provide hands-on experience in applying network analysis techniques using software tools.
Round tables are intended to be focused discussions on a certain topic of interest, whether stimulated by short talks on the most crucial aspects of the topic or not. Round table organizers are expected to invite the participants and to moderate the discussion.
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The conference invites abstract submissions to a set of regular and organized sessions.
Each presenter will have 30 minutes, including the presentation itself and Q&A.
Abstracts of up to 2000 characters (with spaces) should be submitted online before January 13th 2020 here.
Authors of selected conference abstracts will be invited to submit full papers for a ‘NetGloW 2020’ volume of the Springer’s ‘Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems’ indexed in Scopus and planned for publication by the end of 2020. Full papers of up to 8 000 words will be collected through EasyChair by Jun 1, 2020 and reviewed by Jul 27. More information will be provided in the call for full papers after notification of abstract acceptance/rejection.