The Ph.D. Forum at FDL 2023 will be a poster session giving Ph.D. students the opportunity to present
ongoing research to various experts from industry and academia operating in languages, tools, and
hardware and software system development. During the poster session, senior faculties and researchers
industry will provide the selected student with valuable feedback about their ongoing research. The
also help the students to establish contacts with second reviewers or to enter the job market.
Application to the Ph.D. Forum is open to students at any stage of their doctoral studies and researchers (e.g., postdocs) who recently completed their Ph.D.
Students wishing to participate in the Ph.D. Forum must submit a two-page extended abstract describing their ongoing research. The abstract should also include the name and affiliation. The submission should be authored by the student alone. That is, supervisors of the student may give feedback, but it should be a single-author submission. A scientific committee will evaluate the abstracts. The main criteria for assessing the abstracts will be the adherence of the presented research to the conference's topics to provide presenters with high-quality feedback.
Accepted extended abstracts will not be part of the formal IEEE proceedings, but all abstracts will be distributed electronically to the conference participants during the conference. Hence, the extended abstract is not counted as a formal publication and can later be submitted to another conference or journal. The authors are expected to present a poster at the Ph.D. Forum session at FDL 2023.
Ph.D. Forum Program Committee
Michele Lora, University of Verona, IT
Frank Oppenheimer, OFFIS, DE
Enrico Fraccaroli, UNC Chapel Hill, US
Florenc Demrozi, University of Stavanger, NO
Pierluigi Nuzzo, University of Southern California, US
Tara Ghassempouri, TallinnTech, EE
Emad Ebeid, Southern Denmark University, DK
Piergiuseppe Mallozzi, UC Berkeley, US