The organization team of DocEng 2012 would like to thank all participants, reviewers, authors for this very good symposium and invite you to participate to DocEng 2013 in Florence, Italy.
The Program Chair, the Best Paper committee, and the organizers of the 2012 DocEng Symposium on Document Engineering are pleased to announce that the 2012 ACM DocEng Best Paper Award goes to:
Graeme Gange, Peter Stuckey and Kim Marriott
for the paper entitled:
Optimal Guillotine Layout
In order to better organize future DocEng editions, the organizers and the steering committee would like you to participate in this very short survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/TMQ99DB. Thank you for your help.
Dear DocEng participants,
The details of the symposium schedule are now available. You can see either when you will be presenting your (interesting!) paper or when your favorite paper will be presented. Stay tuned for more information on the Social Event, scheduled on Sept. 6th 2012.
The DocEng 2012 Symposium organization team is pleased to announce that this year’s program will feature the following two invited keynote speeches:
- Document and Archive: Editing the Past, by Bruno Bachimont
- Content and document based approach for digital productivity applications, by Thierry Delprat
More details about the speeches on the keynotes page.
The organization team of DocEng 2012 is pleased to announce that this year’s symposium will have 3 co-located workshops, held on September 4, 2012, prior to the main conference. These half-day workshops are:
- An introduction to EPUB 3.0
- A Model Curriculum for Document Engineering
- Multimedia Authoring: Challenges in Document Engineering
More details are available on the workshop page.
The registration form for DocEng is now ready. For prices and details, check-out our registration page.
Dear DocEng addicts, while the final program is being produced, and for those who need to book plane/train tickets in advance, please note that the Workshops (exact topics to be announced) will be scheduled on the first day (Tuesday 4th) while the Symposium will be held on the last three days (Wednesday 5th to Friday 7th). Stay tuned for more information.
As one of our sponsor ACM SIGWEB is kindly offering a total of US$5000 in funding for Student Travel Awards at DocEng 2012. These awards are intended for student authors who have papers accepted at DocEng 2012 in any of the tracks (full papers, short papers, posters, demos) and who attend the conference and personally present their research. For more information on how to apply, have a look at the registration page.