Technical Program

In keeping with the spirit and format of a workshop, SCAM will have a highly discursive nature, with theme-based discussion tracks and a keynote presentation, aimed at structuring and stimulating discussion.

Authors will have a 15 minute slot to present their work. This is 10 minutes (maximum) for talking with 5 minutes (minimum) for questions. Authors are encouraged not to attempt to present the details of their paper in this time. Rather, respecting the discussion-centered goal of SCAM, authors are encouraged to use a few slides to present points, claims, issues and topics for discussion and to use their time allocation to attempt to set the agenda for the ensuing discussions.

Each session has a specifically allocated discussion time at the end of the presentations to allow for this.

A clicakble version of the technical program with links to authors and full text papers is available.

Mark Harman, Department of Computer Science, King's College London, Strand, London WC2R 2LS.