|Paper submission:||May 9, 2003|
|Notification:||May 25, 2003|
|Final papers due:||June 9, 2003|
|Workshop:||July 9 & 10, 2003|
Call for papers in pdf or in postscript
Registration:Workshop registration is now open. You can find a copy of the registration form here; the deadline for registration is now the 28th June.
The Advance Programme now available. Registration opens at 8.30am at the Department of Computer Science.
Scope:UKPEW is the leading UK forum for the presentation of all aspects of performance modelling and analysis of computer and telecommunication systems. Original papers are invited on all relevant topics but papers on or related to the subjects listed below are particularly welcome:
This workshop is the primary event at which the UK performance community can get together to present and discuss their work. Whilst primarily aimed at UK based performance engineers, we also welcome contributions from researchers working in other countries and those whose interest in performance is derived from experience in other fields. It provides an ideal opportunity for academics, industrialists and PhD students to relate experience and to present both finished work and work in progress. The event has been organised to sustain the atmosphere of informality that previous UKPEW's have fostered. As well as sessions for presenting the papers submitted, it will also be possible to organise a session of short presentations of work in progress. Similarly, we will also be able to organise tool demonstrations, on request; please contact a member of the organising committee as early as possible with your requirements.
The University of Warwick is sited on the southern side of Coventry where the city meets the County of Warwickshire, the University is the place of study for 17,904 undergraduate and postgraduate students and employs more than 3,800 staff across a range of University departments.
Warwick offers a green, landscaped campus with everything you need (shops, banks, bars, restaurants, swimming pool, squash courts etc.) close to hand. A short walk takes you from the high-quality, purpose built, on-campus accommodation to the meeting rooms, labs and library. There is excellent on-campus entertainment including the largest Arts Centre outside London which houses theatres, a concert hall, cinemas and an art gallery.
It is very easy to get to the campus:
|By air:||the main campus is about 20 minutes from Birmingham International Airport;|
|By train:||the University is best reached (a short taxi ride) from Coventry railway station. Coventry is about 1 hr 15 minutes from London Euston.|
|By car:|| From the North: M1, M69, follow the by-pass routes
marked Warwick (A46), then
follow the signs to the University. Or: M6, A446, A45, then follow the
signs to the
From the South: M1, M45, A45 or M40, A46, follow signs to University.
From the East: Join the M1, then follow directions as from North or South.
From West: M5, M42, A45, then follow signs to University.
For more information on travel see the main University of Warwick web site.
Information for authors:Papers will be accepted on the basis of an extended abstract (3-6 pages) or draft paper (8-12 pages) which should be submitted to email@example.com no later than 25 April 2003. Electronic submission is preferred. Notification of acceptance will be given by 25 May 2003 together with instructions for the preparation of camera-ready copy.
The presented papers will be published in proceedings, which will be available at the workshop for all delegates. In order for the proceedings to be ready in time, the deadline for the acceptance of complete papers complying with the camera-copy instructions will be 9 June 2003. Author instructions can be found here.
In previous years selected papers from the UKPEW event have been published in IEE Proceedings. It is expected that a special issue of one of the IEE Proceedings will once again carry selected papers from UKPEW'03.
Dr Stephen Jarvis,
Department of Computer Science,
University of Warwick, Coventry, CV4 7AL UK