Submission and Selection Process

We welcome problem statements, visions, positions, controversies, reports and results as:
  • short papers up to 6 pages LNCS,
  • contributions in any other format (posters, video clips, multi-media...) accompanied by a 1-page extended abstract.
After a first screening by the workshop organizers, submissions will be reviewed by peers and our Program Committee via a wiki-based constructive open review process. The goal of this process is to take submissions to the desirable level of quality rather than rejecting the lower quality ones. Authors can however request blind review process should they prefer. Contributions will be published in the RefsQ workshops joint proceedings.
  • Email to
  • Deadline on 22nd of Jan 2012
  • Notification on 25th of Feb 2012.