The workshop format will be highly interactive and is the first one of a series aiming at triggering the discussion around trustworthy software and the tools and methods to support its development.
For this first workshop we would welcome the following submissions:
- Position papers in which authors describe their position in a specific topic relevant to the workshop subject.
- Technical papers in which the authors present some technical results about their studies in trustworthy or open-source software.
- Demo papers in which the authors present their open-source tools where trustworthiness is relevant.
- Panel proposals specifying the topic to be discussed, why it is relevant in this workshop, and the list of panellists.
The submissions will be assessed by the workshop Program Committee for their relevance to the workshop topics and their potential impact in the discussion.
Position, technical, and demo papers will be published as open access CEUR-WS proceedings (http://ceur-ws.org)
Accepted paper will be presented during the on-line workshop which is organized in three sessions of 1.5 hours each distributed over three days (from March 23rd to March 25th).