Call For Projects Review Process
Our current conference timeline allocates 3 months for our Call For Papers/Call For Projects to be open for submissions. We will not accept submissions after our Call For Papers/Call For Projects has been closed.
After our Call For Papers/Call For Projects has been closed, our CFP review board has ~1 month to look over and score all submissions.
Based on the ratings from our Call For Papers/Call For Projects review board, the submissions with the highest score are put into our first round of acceptance notices.
We allow ~1 week for these submitters to respond. If we can not get a hold of, or hear back from, said submitter(s) then we move down our acceptance list. Additionally, circumstatnces may arrise which prevent a submitter from being able or willing to present at our conference. If this occurs, we must once again continue down the acceptance list.
This is usually resolved within a week or two, but as you can imagine, we can not send out rejection notices until we have enough talks to fill our schedule.
Once we have enough acceptances, we will send out notices to those who did not make the final cut. Depending on the volume of Call For Papers/Call For Projects submissions, we may not be able to provide personal feedback for each CFP submission.