The International Conference on Embedded Wireless Systems and Networks, EWSN, is a highly selective single-track international conference focusing on the latest research results on embedded systems and wireless networking, which are key enablers for visionary scenarios in fields such as the Internet of Things and Cyber-Physical Systems.

This year’s feature topic is “unconventional communication”.

Building on the past 18 years of success, the 19th edition will be held in Linz, Austria. The conference will take place in hybrid format, meaning on-site and virtual participation is envisioned.

The conference continues its aim for broad, world-wide impact. Proceedings will be indexed in the ACM Digital Library, SCOPUS, and other prominent digital libraries.

WORKSHOP PROPOSALS

Workshop proposals should be no longer than four pages and contain at least the following information, structured in basic and extended information:

* Basic Workshop Information

— Name of the workshop
— Name, affiliation, and short bio (up to 200 words) of the workshop co-chairs
— Expected number of submissions and participants
— Information, whether this is a recurring workshop or a new one.

* Extended Workshop Information

— Motivation for the workshop and the reasons why the workshop is of current interest including a brief statement about how the workshop relates to other workshops and conferences on similar topics (if appropriate) and how you position the workshop with regard to the topics traditionally covered by EWSN
— Draft version of the Call for Papers, as complete as possible, including workshop deadlines that should be aligned with the relevant important dates below
— A tentative list of prospective TPC members (names and affiliations)
— The planned format of the workshop, including expected number of presented papers, invited / keynote talks, panels, posters / demonstrations, or any other means to facilitate lively discussions and attendee involvement
— A description of the publicity plan
— A statement about the preferred submission management system (note that EWSN will manage submissions via HotCRP)
— A list of specific equipment (e.g., poster stands, etc.).

In case of a recurring workshop, in addition the following aspects should be clarified:

— Description of the history of the workshop, including number of submitted and accepted papers, and attendee count
— If the workshop was co-located with another conference, please briefly comment on why EWSN is a more appropriate venue
— A description of the modifications brought by the chairs including a renewal rate of the TPC, if appropriate.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FOR WORKSHOP ORGANIZERS

Workshop organizers should take into account the following considerations:

— The workshop organizers will be responsible for managing their workshop and coordinating with the local arrangements chairs of EWSN 2022 for facilities, and with the publication chairs for camera-ready papers.
— The workshop organizers will be responsible for managing the paper submission site and also for the review process for the selected workshops.
— Workshop dates should be aligned with the dates of EWSN 2022.

IMPORTANT DATES

Proposal Deadline: February 1, 2022 (AoE, 23:59 UTC-12)
Notification of Selection: March 1, 2022 (AoE, 23:59 UTC-12)

Workshop Paper Submission Deadline: June 1, 2022
Workshop Paper Notification: July 1, 2022
Camera Ready Deadline: August 1, 2022
Workshop Date: October 3, 2022

PROPOSAL SUBMISSION

Workshop proposals should be submitted in a single PDF file, not exceeding 4 pages, to the Workshop Chairs Karin Anna Hummel, Johannes Kepler University Linz (karin_anna.hummel@jku.at) and Diego Casado Mansilla, University of Deusto (dcasado@deusto.es).