ICR’23 encourages researchers to organize workshops related to the scope of the conference as stated in the Call For Papers. To qualify for a workshop, a minimum of 12 papers are needed. Workshop Organizers are allowed to have a maximum of two papers —one paper of their own and another paper as a co-author— included in the Workshop. Organizers are responsible for creating their own workshop committee to review submissions, and for promoting their workshop.
To request organizing a workshop, organizers should submit a proposal including workshop title, workshop summary and goals, co-chair names, positions, institutions, and emails. In addition, the proposal should include the workshop committee in charge of reviewing workshop papers. Proposals for Workshops should be emailed to the Sessions/Workshops Chairs, Pino Caballero-Gil (email@example.com), Luis Coelho (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Ioanna Dionysiou (email@example.com). Only approved workshops will be listed on ICR’23 website. All accepted papers by the Workshop Chair will be published in the Proceedings provided authors register by the registration deadline. Only approved Special Sessions will be listed on ICR’23 website. All accepted papers by the Special Sessions Chair will be published in the Springer Book Series: Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems provided authors register by the registration deadline.