Poster papers should present work in progress and be based on either research, practice or experience. Poster papers are not required to report complete results as full conference papers, so they are a good way to fast track new technical work. Posters will be presented during a special session at APSEC 2018.
The poster session at APSEC 2018 aims to bring like-minded people together in an interactive setting. Effectively designed posters convey the essence of an idea, an experience or a piece of research in an appealing manner. The work presented in a poster does not have to be fully developed and can be a good way to get early feedback on new ideas. A good poster will encourage conference participants to interact with others who are also attracted to the poster topic, and could be a catalyst for developing and extending topic networks.
Poster proposals must not exceed two pages. Each submission will be rigorously reviewed by the poster review panel, and evaluated based on the relevance to software engineering concepts and technologies. All submissions must describe unpublished work that is not currently submitted for publication elsewhere – any violation of this rule will result in a desk reject (without any reviews).
All submissions must be in English, and must use the IEEE dual column conference template with 10pt font and not exceed the page limit (including all figures, references and appendices). Paper must be submitted electronically in PDF by the due date via EasyChair.
The chairs reserve the right to reject submissions (without reviews) that are not in compliance or out of scope for the conference. All accepted papers will be submitted to the IEEE-CS Digital Library as the APSEC 2018 conference proceedings. For your paper to be published in the APSEC 2018 conference proceedings, at least one of the authors of the paper must register for the conference and confirm that she/he will present the paper in person at the conference venue.
APSEC 2018 Posters Co-Chairs