Papers may be submitted on any of the following subjects: 


EGOSE 2017 is a blind peer-reviewed conference. Authors are invited to submit their research papers or experience reports in English. Submissions must be original and should not have been published previously or considered for publication elsewhere.
Completed or ongoing work can be submitted as research papers or experience papers:



All accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings, will be published by the ACM Pres in the ACM International Conference Proceedings Series indexed by Scopus and Scholar Google. 

Best paper awards are planned.

 EGOSE 2017 – Presentation Guidelines

Completed research papers are presented in 90-minute paper sessions. Each session includes 3 or 4 presentations. The meeting rooms, in which these sessions are held, are equipped with a computer (Windows OS), a screen, and a data projector. Presenters should bring their presentations on a USB drive so that they can be uploaded to the computer in the room. PowerPoint and PDF presentation formats will be supported.

PLEASE NOTE: Presenters will not be able to connect their own laptops to the data projector.

During the break prior to the session, presenters should come to the room to upload their presentations and introduce themselves to the session chair. That way the session chair is can be informed about which authors are present, who will present each paper, how the presenters’ names are pronounced and any other pertinent information. In a case of technical difficulties, technical support staff and EGOSE 2017 volunteers will be available.

Even though the conference facility has free wi-fi, we would recommend that presenters do not rely on an online material (e.g., live streaming of a YouTube video) as part of their presentations as this might cause undue delays.

Session Chair

Session chairs are responsible for the smooth running of the session. This includes:

If any problems arise, please reach out to one of the EGOSE 2017 volunteers. 

Presenting Authors

Given the time limits for each paper presentation, presenting authors should keep the number of slides in their deck to a minimum. Ideally, presentations should make the motivation of the research clear, as well as highlight the research question(s), the central argument/theories, the key findings and the paper’s contributions. Also, making key points and sharing key insights early in the presentation will ensure that the audience hears them and that they will not be inadvertently lost when the presenter runs out of time.

There should be only limited text on each slide to ensure that the font size is large enough for the audience to read. When it comes to presenting elaborate tables or busy schematics taken from the paper itself, consider reformatting them to show only the data that will the highlighted in the presentation.

Finally, we ask each presenter to practice his/her presentation at least once beforehand. Ideally, such a practice run should involve talking the presentation out loud and timing it. A few practice sessions will ensure that authors make a lively, focused presentation and avoid the unsatisfying experience of trying to get from the midpoint of their presentation to the end in the remaining minute or two.

If you have any questions about the presentations, please get in touch with the program chair Dmitrii Trutnev < >


To foster conversation about a given paper during the session, we recommend that audience members read the papers beforehand. The conference proceedings will be available on the EGOSE website.