We are soliciting papers that help to identify ways to improve the current
unsatisfactory situation of spreadsheet programming.
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following.
From an HCI and empirical point of view:
From a software engineering point of view:
- Studies on how spreadsheets are created
- Studies on categories of errors and their frequency
- Studies on the usability of spreadsheets
- Studies on what spreadsheet features are used in practice
From a theoretical point of view:
- Design methods for spreadsheets
- Testing of spreadsheets
- Spreadsheet auditing
- Spreadsheet reuse
- Spreadsheet maintenance
Authors are invited to submit papers in PDF format. Papers should be
10 - 15 pages long.
Keeping in mind the ENTCS post-workshop publication (see below),
submitted papers should be formatted
following the ENTCS formatting
Submission should be sent by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 20,
- Formal models of spreadsheets
- Type systems for spreadsheets
- Notions of spreadsheet correctness
- New spreadsheet languages
- Support for abstraction in spreadsheets
Accepted papers will be published in the workshop proceedings that will be
distributed at the workshop. After the workshop all accepted and
presented papers will be published in the
Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science.
The Call for Papers in plain text format: cfp.txt