The 17th EuroSys Doctoral Workshop (EuroDW '23) will provide a forum for PhD students to present their work and receive constructive feedback from experts in the field, as well as from peers. Technical presentations will be augmented with general advice and discussions about getting a PhD, doing research, and career perspectives. EuroDW '23 will also offer the opportunity for mentoring. The idea is to give graduate students a chance to talk one-on-one (or, in some cases, one-on-two) about their research with outstanding researchers beyond those available at the students’ universities.
We invite applications from PhD students at any stage of their doctoral studies. Historically, the doctoral workshop has been helpful for both junior and senior students.
This year, the workshop will take place in an in-person format. We look forward to seeing you in Rome.
|9:00-10:30||Keynote: Steven Hand (Google) -- "Doing a Systems PhD"|
(Auditorium and DIAG)
(Auditorium and DIAG)
The goal of the workshop is to provide feedback and advice to PhD students both on technical aspects of their research as well as career development. We expect a range of participants such as the presenters’ peers, as well as senior researchers who will attend to share their expertise and provide constructive feedback. The idea is to create opportunities for students to meet with peers outside of their home institution, to get technical feedback as well as career advice from senior researchers in their field, to find out about internship and job opportunities, and to articulate their own work in a public, non-threatening forum. We encourage the participants to stay for the duration of the EuroSys main conference.
We expect most submissions to be from current PhD students who have selected a clear research topic. Research topics of interest cover computing systems in the broadest sense, including work on formal foundations, as well as the design, implementation and evaluation of real systems.
More specifically, research topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
Note: the workshop is not a venue for publication; there will be no published proceedings. Work-in-progress or simultaneous submissions are allowed (and in fact encouraged) from the perspective of EuroDW.
If you would like to participate in the workshop, please submit your materials before the deadline. Submissions will receive written feedback from the PC, but the submission process is very lightweight and the main purpose is to put together the program and to match students with mentors.
Submission site: https://eurodw23.hotcrp.com/
Submissions should be up to 2 pages (including title and figures but excluding references) and should only include the following sections:
Submissions will be assessed based on the importance, clarity, and relevance to EuroSys of the research problem, excellent understanding of the core related work, a realistic and clear roadmap to work completion towards the PhD, and the overall quality of the submitted paper.
Please note that there will be no published proceedings. Submissions shall be in .pdf, 2-column, single-spaced, 10pt format.
Students can apply for travel grants to attend the workshop (and the conference). Details available on the EuroSys website.
You can contact the workshop chairs at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns.