Call for Demonstrations
ICOODB 2009 will host a demo session on the evening of the first day followed by a reception. With a mix of demos from industry and research, participants will be able to see some of the latest developments in products and applications as well as on-going research projects. It will also provide an excellent opportunity for leading members of both communities to interact.
We invite contributions from both the industry and research sectors that will demonstrate innovative technologies and/or applications related to object databases. Technologies may address issues related to database design, software engineering and application frameworks, database architectures and systems or database languages.
Demonstrations will be selected by the organizing committee based on submissions which should take the form of a one-page summary of what will be shown in the demo. The submissions should clearly describe the functionality of the underlying software and detail what the actual form of the demo will be in terms of what participants will see and how they can interact with the demo. The descriptions should be 1-2 pages in length (typically using 11pt font and single-column format).
Demonstration proposals should be submitted through the online submission system.
|Submissions||22 May 2009|
|Notification of acceptance||30 May 2009|
Moira C. Norrie, ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Michael Grossniklaus, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
Stefan Edlich, TFH Berlin, Germany
Anat Gafni, db4objects/Versant, USA