Proposals are invited for special sessions on any topic relevant to the conference. Special sessions are intended to stimulate in-depth discussions in special areas and they are fully integrated into the main conference. The research papers and the informal presentations submitted and accepted for the special sessions follow the same rules as the papers submitted to the regular sessions. It is expected that the organizers of the special sessions appoint their own chair and program committee, which will be integrated in the conference program committee and will be supervised by the conference program chair and by the general chair.
Proposals for special sessions should contain: (a) the topic of the session and a short description; (b) the names and short CVs of the organizers; and should be submitted to the special sessions and workshop chair (Daniel Pop, firstname.lastname@example.org)
Proposals for satellite workshops are also invited. The satellite workshops should have topics related to SYNASC but the scientific program of each satellite workshop is managed by the workshop organizers. Authors contributing to a workshop would be required to register for the symposium. All papers accepted at workshops will be included in the local electronic pre-proceedings and the best presented papers will be included in the post proceedings published by Conference Publishing Services.
Proposals for workshops should contain: (a) the title of the workshop, main topics and a short description; (b) the names and short CVs of the organizers; and should be submitted to the special sessions and workshop chair (Daniel Pop, email@example.com)
Proposals for tutorials are also invited. Tutorials provide fundamental exposure to topics ranging from introductory through intermediate to advanced. The number and the duration of the tutorials will be decided by the tutorial chair under the supervision of the general chair.
Depending on the number and the quality of the proposals for tutorials, they may be organized as a SYNASC Autumn School.
Proposals for tutorials should contain: (a) the title of the tutorial and a short description, including the targeted public; (b) the name and a short CV of the tutor; and should be submitted to the tutorials chair (Florin Fortis, firstname.lastname@example.org)