Process. All submissions will be reviewed by three members of the program committee or other ad-hoc reviewers, followed by a second round of review conducted by a senior member of the program committee. Papers will be reviewed for relevance to the track, quality of reflection, originality and innovation, significance and potential for influence, multidisciplinarity and societal impact considerations, clarity and coherence of presentation. It is important to note that the work presented should not have been published previously or be under consideration in other conferences of journals. Any paper caught in double submission will be rejected without review.
Anonymity. The process will be double-blind, i.e., both authors and reviewers will remain anonymous, to meet rigorous academic standards of publication. Hence, authors should eliminate all information that could lead to their identification, cite their own prior work (if needed) in third person, and remove acknowledgments and references to funding sources.
Ethics. Authors should demonstrate awareness of how ethical issues (including but not limited to equity, inclusion, accessibility) impact the content of their paper, also including if available data, methods, tools, approaches, products, and findings.