The free virtual 2020 provenance week event will be held on June 22nd. Authors of accepted TaPP, IPAW, demo, and poster papers will each give a short presentation to of their work (full presentations are proposed to the 2021 event). Furthermore, this event will give the community to connect and network. Finally, we will also present our plan for the ProvenanceWeek 2021 and the collocated ProvViz workshop.
The Provenance Week organization team is closely monitoring the COVID-19 developments and is taking the following measures to assure everyone’s safety, and, at the same time, the success of the conference:
We want the Provenance Week community to know that we are closely monitoring the development of the COVID-19, and that we have plans to make a virtual conference, may the circumstances require it. For now, we want to leave you with the latest news from UNC Charlotte regarding COVID-19 as of March 8th, 2020: “There are no suspected or confirmed cases of coronavirus at UNC Charlotte or the immediate surrounding area.” Further updates will be posted on the Provenance Week webpage.
Information about the Provenance Week location has been updated! Please check the location page of our website for information on the venue and lodging.
The deadlines for paper submissions to IPAW and TaPP have been extended. Please check the new dates.
We are please to announce the keynotes for IPAW and TaPP. For IPAW, Paolo Missier (Newcastle University) will be our Keynote Speaker, whilst for TaPP we will have Kevin Butler (U of Florida).
The first call of papers has been send out. See here for the call for submissions and co-located event proposals and important dates.
The first version of the webpage is online.