Call for Tutorials

Deadline: 29 January 2016

A tutorial proposal must include:

  • A concise title.

  • The names, affiliations and brief bio of the organizers. Name one organizer as the primary contact.

  • Proposed duration of the tutorial – half or full day (different sessions could be considered, if applicable, but should include a justification that a high-quality learning experience will be achieved in the chosen time period).

  • Topic and description – a description of the tutorial topic, its scope and the depth to which it will go in that scope.

  • Audience – a description of the intended audience.

  • Prerequisite – desirable background knowledge of the audience.

  • Relevance – why the tutorial is important, why it is timely, why it is relevant to ISCRAM and how the presenters are qualified and experienced to deliver a high-quality tutorial.

  • Previous editions - if the tutorial was conducted before, where and when was it conducted? Please give details on number of attendees, and how the proposed tutorial differs or builds on the previous ones.

  • Additional equipment required (if any) – the standard equipment includes an LCD projector, a projection screen and microphones. 

Tutorial proposals, written in English, should be no more than four pages in length (single column, 11pt with reasonable margins) and must be in PDF or RTF formats.


Tutorial proposals should be submitted by e-mail to


Submitted tutorials will undergo a selection process based on relevance, clarity and appropriateness of the topics, and expertise of the authors. 

For More Information

For any information regarding the Tutorials Track, please contact

Tutorials Co-chairs

  • Maria Luiza M. Campos, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (

  • Vaninha Vieira, Universidade Federal da Bahia, Brazil (