Doctoral Workshop at LDIC 2012

Bremen, Germany, February 27, 2012

Addressed Topics

All research topics which are called for the LDIC conference are also relevant for the Doctoral Workshop. The research proposals should address one of the topics listed at

Submission Rules

The Doctoral Workshop bases on the submission of a research plan (not more than 5 pages) which will be reviewed by the Program Committee. In case of acceptance, the candidates are invited to present their topic (20 min. presentation, 20 min. discussion, 5 min. feedback). The Doctoral Workshop will start with a tutorial to introduce and train the basics of a professional presentation style. The Program Committee will reward the most promising PhD project as well as the best presentation with a Certificate.

Content of the Research Plan

1. Introduction
2. Motivation
3. Research Problem
4. Research Objective
5. Expected results / generated knowledge
6. Research methodology

Time Schedule

November 21, 2011
Submission deadline for research proposals
December 19, 2011
Acceptance of submissions
February 27, 2012
Doctoral Workshop with training unit

LDIC Conference
Conference Dinner
Nomination of the best research proposal and of the most impressive presentation

Submission of Research Proposals

Research proposals should be submitted in PDF format to the Chairs of the Doctoral Workshop until November 21, 2011:
Marcus Seifert,