The workshop builds on a highly successful first workshop last year, but focuses the discussion on specific topics and encourages participants to arrive at specific research challenges that can be tackled in concrete research designs. The output will be published as a report.
The workshop is an interactive event focusing on discussions and inspirational exchange between participants on challenging new research questions. We do not wish to prescribe topics for challenges, but encourage proposals to think outside of the box and propose challenges that lie ahead rather than research problems that are currently being tackled.
Please submit your description of a research challenge in which you
- argue for the concrete motivation behind this challenge,
- set it in relation to existing work,
- provide a context that enables understanding and further investigation and
- outline, if possible, concrete research designs to tackle the challenge.
This includes questions such as the following
- Why is this topic relevant?
- Why has it not been addressed yet?
- What are the problems involved?
- What is the potential impact if this is successfully addressed?
- What are possible ways of evaluating if it has been addressed?
Format and mode of submissions
Papers must contain the sections Motivation; Current state-of-the-art; Research contributions and benefits; Outlook. Papers must be submitted in PDF format and should be 2-4 pages. They should conform to the ACM SIG template. Three to five keywords characterizing the paper should be indicated at the end of the abstract. It is expected that at least one author of each accepted challenge will register for and attend the workshop. Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Challenge submission deadline:
July 12, 2013 extended to July 26, 2013!
Notification of acceptance: July 31, 2013
Workshop: September 6, 2013
Up-to-date information can be found at the workshop website: https://digitalpreservationchallenges.wordpress.com