‹Programming› 2022
Mon 11 - Thu 14 April 2022

To build a community and to foster an environment where participants can exchange ideas and experiences related to practical software development, ‹Programming› will host a number of workshops.

As 2022 will provide a dual-format (in-presence and online), the main goal of workshops is to promote social gathering and lively discussions amongst participants. This edition’s workshops will be able to combine the social experience of a physical event with the possibility of a higher inclusion of online events.

A workshop can be intended as a collaborative forum to exchange recent and/or preliminary results, to conduct intensive discussions on a particular topic, or to coordinate efforts between representatives of a technical community. They can also be regarded as a forum for a lively discussion of innovative ideas, progress, or practical experience on programming and applied software development in general for specific aspects, specific problems, or domain-specific needs.

As last year, for 2022, we would like to encourage organizers to be creative and experiment with all kinds of events including hallways discussions, academic parties besides the more traditional workshops. Possible types of workshops include a meeting like a Dagstuhl Seminar or Shonan meeting, a gathering for an international research project, a tool demo/tutorial, hands-on workshops in which participants experience one or several aspects of practical software development, social gathering around a particular topic and so on. Open meetings are preferable but closed ones could be accepted. We are flexible and welcome innovative social gatherings; if you have any ideas or questions, please contact the workshops co-chairs.

The duration of workshops is, in general, one day, but we encourage the submission of half-day workshop proposals on focused topics as well. In exceptional situations, e.g., for workshops that involve the actual practice of programming-related activities, workshop organizers can request a 2-day workshop slot. If desired, the workshop proceedings can be published in the ACM Digital Library.

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Call for Workshops

Submission Deadlines

  • Deadline: December 5th, 2021

Notifications will go out as soon as possible, within a week after the deadline.

Submission and Workshop Process

Please submit your workshop proposal electronically via the submission link on the right. Please adhere to the workshop proposal guidelines given below and provide all requested information about the proposed workshop.

Please keep it brief. The intention is not to spend time proposal writing but preparing the organization of the workshop.

To coordinate with the deadlines of the main conference, the following deadlines have to be respected by workshops:

Workshop web page/site and CFP: December 15th 2021

Deadline for submissions to the workshops:

  • possibly after January 14th 2022
  • no later than February 1st 2022

Notification of authors: March 1st, 2022, the latest, to be before the early registration deadline.

**Deadline for Camera-Ready Papers (Companion Proceedings at ACM DL): May 1st 2022

Workshop dates: March 21st or 22nd 2022 (preferential)

Workshop Proposal Guidelines

Please include the following information either directly in the proposal or CFP. The submission system has a form that includes an abstract (for the website), the CFP, and the remaining proposal. CFPs often cover the same information, duplication is not necessary for such cases. Organizers of a workshop previously co-located at are allowed to submit a minimal proposal including information for the questions marked with (*).

  1. What is the motivation for the workshop?
    • Objectives
    • Intended audience
    • Relevance (with respect to the topics of the conference)
  2. (*) Who organizes the workshop?
    • Organizers and primary contact (name / affiliation / email)
    • Brief details on the organizers (previous workshop organizing experience, etc.)
    • Data on potential previous iterations of the workshop
      • How many participants do you expect (please make at least an educated guess)
      • What kind of equipment do you need to run the physical sessions (e.g., data projector, computer, whiteboard)
      • What kind of software do you need to run the online sessions (e.g. slack, Zoom, Teams, etc.)
    • Advertisement: Planed advertisement strategy to ensure sufficient participation
  3. Is there going to be a workshop program committee?
    • if so, please list the members (indicated as finalized or expected)
  4. What is the planned workshop format?
    • Planned deadlines
    • Intended submission format (e.g. intended format for articles, posters, abstracts, or any other kind of submission requested to participate in the workshop)
    • Evaluation process for submissions
    • Intended workshop format (including duration, number of presentations, and planned invited talks/keynotes)
    • If you intend to hold sessions online, in presence, or both.
  5. (*) What is the intended publication of accepted submissions?
    • ACM DL post companion proceedings and/or website pre/post-proceedings

Notes on Proceedings

For workshops that wish to have their proceedings published in the ACM DL, chairs will be responsible for making sure that camera-ready deadlines are respected so that final copies and metadata are collected on time. The deadlines mentioned above are strict and we won’t be able to extend them. Please consider them carefully when determining your deadlines for the workshop.

Questions? Use the ‹Programming› Workshops contact form.