Papers from academia and industry on original research results
are welcome as well as contributions describing experiences with the
application of Random Testing.
Accepted papers will be published
in the ACM Digital Library and
will be available to all authors of accepted papers prior to the workshop
(in electronic form).
Authors of accepted papers will be
required to sign an ACM copyright form.
Contributions can have the form of position papers,
full technical papers and short papers. They must be unpublished and
not under consideration for publication elsewhere.
Authors will be given 25 minutes of presentation time for full papers and 15 minutes for position
papers. There will be a discussion about all papers presented at the end of each session.
Authors of short papers will present posters.
All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least three members of the
Program Committee. Acceptance will primarily be based on quality,
relevance, and potential to generate discussion.
Papers must be prepared in ACM conference format and must not exceed 4 pages (position and short papers) resp.
8 pages (full technical papers)
including figures and references. All submissions must be in English.
Papers must be submitted in PDF via the online submission system.