September 19th 2014
Newcastle University, UK
The UK Performance Engineering Workshop (UKPEW) is an annual event that aims to gather researchers working on all aspects of performance modelling and analysis.
We solicit original papers on performance evaluation techniques for computer and telecommunication systems analysis. Papers on or related to the following topics are particularly welcome.
Selected papers from the proceedings of UKPEW'14 will appear as an issue of Elsevier's ENTCS (Electronic Notes in Theoretical Computer Science). This will appear after the workshop. Delegates at the workshop will be given an informal proceedings for the event.
Electronic paper submission, either as full paper or extended abstract, should be made via email as PDF to email@example.com.
Camera ready copy of papers should be between 15 and 20 pages long, including figures and bibliography, and in single-column format. Submission is required in PDF format. Word files cannot be accepted. Please follow the manuscript preparation guidelines on the ENTCS web page.
The workshop will be held in the Research Beehive on the campus of Newcastle University. Newcastle is readily accessible by mainline rail services and via Newcastle International Airport (NCL). The University campus can be easily reached from either the rail station or the airport by taking the Metro local train service to Haymarket station. Maps of the campus and the city are available online. Registration will cost £120 (£90 for students) and will cover all publication costs, lunch and refreshments. In order to finalise numbers for catering, participants are asked to register by September 8th 2014.
To register please go to the online registration page. If you have any problems registering, or you have any special requirements (e.g. accessibility or diet) then please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The delegate's proceedings is now available.
Welcome and registration 9.15
Session 1: 9.30-10.30
Session 2: 11-12.30
Session 3: 1.30-3 PM
Afternoon tea 3-3.30 PM
Session 4: 3.30-5 PM