Accepted workshops, presenters and exhibitors will be invited to submit full papers to the CSP Forum publication proceedings.
Selection will be based on a peer reviewed process by the Program Committee for publication in a Springer CCIS volume. The CSP Forum 2014, supported by the SECCORD project, is inviting presenters and exhibitors to contribute to a revised collection of papers to be published as a CCIS volume by Springer. We solicit two types of papers to be published in the post-proceedings of the conference:
1) Practical Experience Reports and Tools (up to 8 pages) presenting an in-depth description of practitioner experience, a case study, a test bed or a tool, providing new insights to the community
2) Research Papers (up to 12 pages) presenting recent original research results with an archival quality conference publication.
Paper submission: Papers submitted in both categories will be peer-reviewed by programme committee. They must not have been previously published or concurrently submitted elsewhere.
All papers should be submitted in pdf format through easychair:
Please follow Authors Guidelines for detailed instructions on how to format your paper:
Edited collection: All accepted Practical Experience Reports and Tools, Research papers will be published by Springer in the CCIS series http://www.springer.com/series/7899
CSP Forum 2013 Springer edited Collection can be accessed HERE
Abstract submission: 25 April 2014
Full paper submission:
09 May 2014 - EXTENDED TO 30th MAY 2014
Notification of acceptance:
20 June 2014 - extended to 7th July 2014
04 July 2014 - extended to 18th July 2014