MODSIM15 conference reminder and clarification

09 Apr 2015
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Dear All,
Just a reminder that Expressions of Interest for both Papers and Extended Abstracts for the MODSIM 2015 conference in December on the Gold Coast which is holding a Research Data Provenance session are due tomorrow! All that is needed for tomorrow is a title and between 250 - 500 words describing the submission. The Papers and Extended Abstracts themselves are due in July.
Papers are 7 pages long and will be peer reviewed and published in proceedings by Elsevier. Extended Abstracts are 1 page long and will be published but the intention of them is to allow the author to speak at the conference. This latter option is most appropriate for current and continuing work that the community should know about but is perhaps not ready for a full paper.
The session is not restricted to a particular technology or data model so we will accept submissions about provenance quite broadly. I am keen to see as many papers about provenance - both research into the field and applications - as possible. I hope to see this conference act as an informal 'get together' for as many people in the Australian provenance community as possible as well as any international visitors of course.
Nicholas Car
Research Projects Officer
CSIRO Land & Water
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