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Special Section on Scientific Workflows

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Special Section on Scientific Workflows

In recent years, numerous software systems have been developed specifically to support the management of scientific processes and workflows. Research in this comparatively new field is evolving in many different ways.

Software Tools for Technology Transfer is a respected Springer journal that emphasises the role of software in transferring technical advances to a wider academic and industrial audience. The journal is publishing a special section on scientific workflows. The target readership for this is researchers and practitioners in all scientific applications who can benefit from advances in workflow tools and techniques.

Topics of interest on scientific workflows include (but are not limited to):

Original papers on these or closely related topics are solicited for this Special Section. Where a paper has previously been published in conference form (e.g. the ISoLA track on scientific workflows), the journal submission must demonstrate significant new contributions or expositions.

Key Dates

30th November 2014
authors inform guest editors of intention to contribute
16th February 2015 (extended)
submission of papers
30th March 2015 (extended)
notification of review results
18th May 2015 (extended)
submission of revised papers, possibly for re-review
29th June 2015 (extended)
notification of final acceptance
November 2015
publication in journal

Article Submission

Authors should register via sttt.cs.tu-dortmund.de/sttt-sw/servlet/Conference and then submit their paper online.

Guest Editors

Prospective authors are invited to contact the guest editors to discuss the suitability of their planned submissions. Authors also need to contact the guest editors to indicate their intention to contribute and to receive submission instructions.

Prof. Ken Turner
Computing Science and Mathematics
University of Stirling
UK
(Phone: +44 1786 466 000 ext. 6763, Web/Email: www.cs.stir.ac.uk/~kjt

Dr. Anna-Lena Lamprecht
Institute of Computer Science
University of Potsdam
Germany
(Phone: +49 331 977 3053, Web/Email: www.cs.uni-potsdam.de/~lamprech)


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