We seek to extend the IEEE BlackSeaCom experience by tutorials on selected topics given by renowned scientists and practitioners in their fields. We therefore solicit proposals for full-day or half-day tutorials on topics relevant to the communications and networking community. Tutorials may be lectures, interactive workshops, hands-on training, or any combination of the above. Successful tutorials educate the community members on emerging methods, concepts, and tools to expand the research capabilities of the community. Exploring diverse ways of interacting with the audience and cross disciplinary topics are welcome.
All tutorials will be part of the main conference technical program and will be available free of charge to the attendees of the conference. A tutorial can be for half a day, i.e., 3-4 hours of audience interaction, including questions, or a full day, which corresponds to 7 hours. Teams of 2-3 presenters are encouraged, though single-presenter tutorials are possible. Preference will be given to applications that involve at least one expert in the areas covered by the proposal.
Submitting a Tutorial Proposal
Tutorial proposals should contain the following information in a maximum of 4 pages:
The names, affiliation, contact information, and brief bio of the organizers.
Brief description of the tutorial in 1-2 paragraphs that will be used on the website to
promote it to the conference attendees.
- Topic and Relevance
Description of the tutorial topic, providing a sense of both the scope of the tutorial and
depth within the scope, and a statement on why the tutorial is important and timely,
how it is relevant to the Web Conference, and why the presenters are qualified for a
high-quality introduction of the topic.
Proposed duration of the tutorial (half or full-day), together with the justification that a
high-quality learning experience will be achieved within the chosen time-period.
- Previous Editions
If the tutorial was conducted before, where and when was it conducted? Please give
details on the number of attendees, and how the proposed tutorial differs or builds on
the previous ones. If possible, provide a link to slides of the previous tutorial
- Online Format
How will the organizers ensure that the tutorial will be successful in the virtual,
online-only format? What techniques and formats will you use to present the tutorial at
a virtual-only conference?
Tutorial proposals should be submitted in PDF format, should not exceed four (4) pages in
total, and be sent to the Tutorial Chair, Octavian Fratu (email@example.com).
Proposal Submission Deadline: 31 March 2023
Tutorial Acceptance Notification: 14 April 2023
Draft Tutorial Materials Due for Posting: 1 June 2023
Tutorial Presentations: 4 July 2023