Call for Participation
Bernd Kolb, SAP
We consider everyone who attends ESE to be a participant. When you come to the conference, you're learning and teaching about Eclipse by attending the sessions, talking with colleagues, and joining in the networking at the social events.
Submissions for technical sessions are now closed (the deadline was August 16). But there are still ways for you to participate at ESE 2010. Submissions for posters are now open, and BoFs will be organized on site.
ESE 2010 Program Committee
- Bernd Kolb, Chair
- Eclipse 4.0 (e4) – Boris Bokowski
- Embedded – Christine Mitterbauer, Peter Siwon
- Modeling – Ed Merks
- Runtime – Doug Clarke, Adrian Colyer
August 2, 2010- Early-bird submission deadline. The program committee accepts five favorite talks from those submitted by August 2. Winners are featured on the ESE website, and receive a free ESE T-shirt (see the T-shirt here). August 9, 2010- Early-bird winners chosen August 16, 2010- Submission deadline September 13, 2010- Tutorials, Symposia, Long Talks, and Short Talks chosen
- September 13, 2010 - Submissions open for posters; click here for more information
- September 20, 2010 - Session titles, author's names, etc. are extracted from the submission system for typesetting in the printed program. If you want your name spelled correctly in the printed program, make sure that it is correct in the submission system before September 20.
Submission GuidelinesIf you're an old hand at submitting for ESE, the short version here on the website may be enough. If you're new to the process, or want more detail, head over to the guidelines wiki page.
Please note that you are responsible for your submission being correct: the correct type, the correct category, the correct abstract, etc. so we suggest you take just a couple of minutes to read the instructions. Thanks.
How to Propose a SessionWhen you're ready to submit your presentation, click on the button to go directly to the ESE Submission System.
Speaker AgreementsAfter your proposal is accepted, you will be asked to sign (electronically) a speaker agreement (wherein you agree to speak – click here to see a sample agreement). All presenters must register for the conference, and you'll receive specific registration instructions after your talk is accepted.
Presentation MaterialsAfter you (and your co-authors) have registered and made hotel reservations, you'll need to start preparing your presentation materials so you can make them available via a URL in your entry in the submission system.
Providing the materials in advance has a number of advantages:
- Advance materials (complete slides, papers, examples, etc.) are a better advertisement for your presentation than any short abstract could be. The attendees, after all, are here to listen to you, not to read your slides.
- Advance materials allow people to follow along and make notes.
- Advance materials allow the audience to pre-select sessions, and thus you, the speaker, can assume that everyone who attends your talk is interested and knowledgable. You can skip the introductory materials and get to "the good stuff" more quickly.