We invite Short Research Papers, papers describing Work-in-Progress, or Position Papers on a broad range of topics in the area of computer systems. Specifically, but not exclusively, we solicit papers in the following areas:
Short Research Papers, papers describing Work-in-Progress, or Position Papers need to describe an innovative solution, or in-progress solution, or a research idea of merit, in the areas of interest. The papers will be peer-reviewed and the proceedings hosted on Arxiv, indexed by DBLP.
Submitted manuscripts should be in the IEEE double-column conference format and may not exceed 4 pages including figures, tables and references. Click here to download the necessary style files. Manuscripts are to be submitted electronically via the Easychair website via this link The submission system only accepts PDF files.
IndoSys does not charge a registration fee, thanks to our sponsors and volunteers. Hence, due to the limited seats available and in the spirit of broader research participation, we will review your registration information and respond within 48 hours with a confirmation.
NOTE : Registration is not complete and accepted until you receive a confirmation email.
Participants will be responsible for making travel and lodging arrangements.
A limited number of travel awards are available for faculty who wish to attend the symposium. This will partially cover travel and lodging expenses. Those interested in applying for the travel awards may contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Priority is given to authors of accepted or submitted papers.
We solicit tutorial proposals on effective teaching methodologies and courses, open source systems tools, building state-of-the-art research activities, and on soft skills such as technical writing, and effective presentation of research ideas. Tutorials will be 2 hours long. Tutorial proposal should by up to 2 pages long and provide information on the title and abstract, who organizers are and their experience, goals of the tutorial, types of target audience (researchers, faculty, students, practitioners, etc.), topics to be covered, format (hands on activity, presentation, etc.), and facilities and equipment required. The page limit for tutorial proposals is 2 pages. Proposals for tutorials can be submitted by email to email@example.com.