UIC 2019 will hold multiple workshops in conjunction with the main conference, which will complement the research topics of
the Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing. Workshop organizers are responsible for forming program committees, circulating Call for Papers,
organizing submissions and reviews as well as planning the final programs. UIC 2019 workshop chair will assist the workshop organizers
in organizing workshops and ensure their quality and success. The registration fees for workshops will be determined by the organizing
committees of UIC 2019, which will provide workshop facilities. Workshops should strictly follow the important dates. The paper submission
deadlines could be after that of the main conference to allow workshops to pick up some good papers submitted to the main conference.
However, sufficient time should be allocated for peer reviews.
In order to encourage the workshop organizers, the main conference will offer the following benefits to the workshop organizers:
(1) If a workshop has 10-20 full registrations, then one full registration will be waived.
(2) If a workshop receives more than 20 full registrations, then its organizers can choose to get a travel grant (up to USD1500) to attend the conference, or to invite one keynote speaker for the workshop with a free
registration and travel grant (up to USD1500) for the keynote speaker.
The registrations must be from a workshop's own received submissions and accepted papers only, excluding transferred papers from other conferences.
Workshop proposals should be no longer than three pages and contain at least the following information:
(1) The name of the workshop. A brief description of the motivation and rationale for the workshop, and the reasons why the workshop is of interest at this time.
(2) A draft version of the Call for Papers, as complete as possible, including workshop deadlines that should be aligned with the relevant important dates below.
(3) The name, affiliation, and short bio of each main organizer (up to 150 words).
(4) A tentative list of prospective TPC members, indicating their names and affiliations.
Please email your workshop proposals in PDF format by Jan 31, 2019 to: the UIC 2019 workshop chair, Jiangtao Wang, Peking University (firstname.lastname@example.org). Please use UIC 2019 workshop proposal as the email subject. Paper Submissions for accepted workshop should follow the same Paper Submission Guidelines for the main conference. The length of a workshop paper submission may be about 6 pages, or with 2 additional pages with pages overlength charge if accepted.
Workshop - Important Dates
Proposal Due: 31 Jan., 2019
Proposal Notification: Within two weeks after submission
Submission & notification dues: To be decided by individual workshop
Camera ready version due: 19 May, 2019