15th International Conference on Web Engineering

Rotterdam, the Netherlands | June 23-26, 2015


  • Proposal submission deadline: January 21, 2015 (23h59 Hawaii Time)
  • Notification of acceptance: January 28, 2015 (23h59 Hawaii Time)
  • Call for workshop papers ready not later than: February 13, 2015 (23h59 Hawaii Time)
  • Workshop go/no-go decision: once the number of paper submissions are known
  • Workshops date: June 23, 2015
  • Camera-ready deadline: July 18, 2015 (23h59 Hawaii Time)


ICWE2015 is looking for high-quality workshops to complement its scientific program. Interested workshop organizers are invited to submit proposals for workshops to be held in conjunction with ICWE 2015 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, in June 23-26. The goal of the workshops program is to provide a forum where to present and discuss ongoing work in a friendly, open and informal setting, without the need for strict, mature scientific rigor.

Web engineering related topics of likely interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Cloud computing
  • Web services
  • Crowdsourcing
  • Collective adaptive systems
  • Requirements engineering
  • Testing
  • Web mining
  • Recommendation systems
  • Online games
  • Multimedia
  • Internet of things
  • Smart cities
  • E-Commerce
  • any other new/emerging topic related to Web engineering

The organizers of approved workshops are responsible for advertising their workshops, collecting papers, managing the review process, making accepted papers available to workshop participants (e.g., online), and collecting the camera-ready copies and copyright forms of accepted papers (verifying that they comply with formatting rules). Organizers are expected to physically attend and manage their workshops. Conference facilities such as meeting rooms, wireless Internet and meals are provided by the local organizers.

ICWE 2015 provides workshop organizers with the opportunity to publish workshop proceedings as part of its dedicated post-workshop proceedings to appear in Springer’s LNCS series. Typically, workshop papers are 12 pages long and peer-reviewed; other forms of contributions can be discussed and agreed on with the workshop chairs. Organizers who prefer own or no proceedings are of course welcome as well.


Workshop proposals should include the following information:

  • Title of the workshop;
  • Expected length of the workshop (full day, half day);
  • Format of the workshop (paper-based, discussion-based, invitation-based, work sessions, or similar);
  • Relationship of the workshop to ICWE, its topics, and its community;
  • Goals of the workshop; including a list of possible workshop topics;
  • If applicable, outcomes and results of previous editions of the workshop;
  • Estimated number of submissions and of papers to be accepted. If applicable, relevant information on previous editions of the workshop;
  • Estimated number of participants. If applicable, relevant information on previous editions of the workshop;
  • Information about workshop organizers: names, addresses, affiliations, short bio, and name of the main contact person;
  • If available, a list of PC members;
  • Plans for advertising the workshop and making the workshop visible.

Workshop proposals should be submitted as a single PDF file to workshopchair.icwe2015@webengineering.org. There are no special formatting requirements for workshop proposals.


Florian Daniel, University of Trento, Italy
Oscar Diaz, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Contact: workshopchair.icwe2015@webengineering.org