Workshops & Tutorials Submission

The theme of workshops should focus on active areas of research and technology, in order to provide stimulating ideas for on-going and future topics. Tutorials should provide introduction on established fields of research and technology. The session can be half-day or full-day long. We encourage state of the art programs with high level of interest, impact, creativity, and innovation that will attract a broad audience. Workshops and tutorials focusing on academia-industry partnership and technology transfer are also welcome.


Submission (Workshops and Tutorials):

The proposals for workshops or tutorials must be accompanied with the following information:

  • Title;
  • Type of session (workshop or tutorial);
  • Main Organizer (one person only, address, phone, and email);
  • Co-organizers (address and email);
  • Statement of objectives;
  • Intended audience;
  • List of speakers;
  • List of topics.

The proposals must be submitted through Papercept by the due date. Upon approval the organizers will be asked to produce and maintain a dedicated workshop/tutorial webpage which shall be used to disseminate updated information on the workshop/tutorial and also to raise interest from potential additional presenters and participants. The organizers will also be required to collect and integrate workshop/tutorial abstract (A4 size, 1page) in due time for the production of the SICE 2020 handout.

Workshops and Tutorial Registration Fee

The participation in a workshop or tutorial requires pre-registration according to the following registration fees depending on whether the registrant is a participant of SICE 2020 Conference.

Registration Category Participants of SICE 2020 Conference Non-participants of SICE 2020 Conference
Full day registration fees 7,000 JPY 14,000 JPY
Full day registration fees [ONLINE] 5,000 JPY 10,000 JPY
Half day registration fees 3,000 JPY 6,000 JPY
Half day registration fees [ONLINE] 2,500 JPY 5,000 JPY

The revenue from the participation fees will partly be used to cover the cost for the venue and relevant expenses. It is expected that about 50% of the workshop/tutorial revenue could be allocated for providing honorarium to the workshop/tutorial organizers.