There is exactly one month to go before the WASH’13 workshop.
Everything is coming together: the venue, speakers and invited guests are all organised. The attendee list is also rapidly filling up, so please take this opportunity to register.
We have a packed agenda (with talks and events going on at least between 9:00-5:30) and we’re hoping to have an evening social event too.
We look forward to seeing you there!
I’m delighted to announce that we have now sent notifications to paper authors. The provisional programme will be announced shortly.
We had a fantastic set of submissions and an acceptance rate of approximately 50%. All papers received at least three reviews, with authors from a mixture of industry and academia.
Thank you to all the authors and reviewers. If you have not already done so, please take this opportunity to register to attend on June 20th.
Registration for WASH’13 is now open. Places are limited, so we encourage you to sign up as soon as possible.
The submission deadline has passed, and we are no longer accepting full paper submissions.
Thank you to all the authors who have submitted papers.
If you are still keen to contribute to WASH’13, please get in touch with john.lyle [at] cs.ox.ac.uk for other opportunities to get involved.
I’m delighted to announce that our second speaker will be Dr Andrew Martin from the Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford.
More details of Andrew’s keynote will appear soon.
We have extended the deadline for submission to the workshop. The new deadline is Friday, 26th April 2013.
Firstly, the paper deadline – 5th April – is rapidly approaching! But don’t worry – If you have a position paper, work-in-progress result or experience report, there’s still time to submit before the deadline.
Photo: Patrik Ekdahl
Secondly, I’m excited to announce that our first guest speaker is confirmed: Patrik Ekdahl from Ericsson Research. More information about his talk will be available very soon.
Thirdly, information about how to register for the workshop is now available on the registration page. Please note that registration for those not submitting a paper will not open until May. Places are limited, so submitting a paper is the best way to guarantee your attendance.