Call: CASFE’2013 Workshop – Context-aware Adaptation of Service Front-Ends

Call for Papers: CASFE’2013 Workshop

Context-aware Adaptation of Service Front-Ends

To be held on June 24, 2013 in London, UK (co-located with EICS 2013)

Important Dates:
Submissions deadline: Extended to April 29, 2013
Notifications of acceptance: Extended to May 6, 2013
Camera Ready Versions: May 13, 2013


Engineering interactive systems that are aware of the characteristics and constraints of the context of the user becomes challenging when several user’s profiles, platforms and environments are considered. In this sense the adaptation of user interfaces raises as an important approach for stakeholders to implement and provide systems whose user interfaces are usable, regardless of their context of use. In 2012 during the first CASFE workshop we discussed potential models, frameworks and practical applications that support, facilitate and improve the development of adaptive and adaptable systems. CASFE’2013 will join experts in the domain of context-aware adaptation in order to present and discuss its state-of -the-art.


Participants are welcome from any background or discipline that is concerned by context-aware adaptation ranging from psychology, social sciences to computer science. The expected amount of participants will be around 15, but it can be extended depending on the interest of the topic. We accept attendees who have not submitted any work to the workshop provided that they have already worked in this domain (e.g., based on publications, implemented products or services).


The workshop will last half day dedicated to discuss and review the state-of-the-art in the area of context-aware adaptation: a design space for context-aware adaptation of user interfaces, criteria and requirements for Adaptation Specification Languages (ASL), common formats for expressing adaptation rules, etc. Selected papers will be presented, resulting into an updated and accurate version of the workshop material. A video projector will be used for presentations.

Paper Submission

The submissions include: short papers describing initial results, ongoing work, and innovative proposals, up to 4 pages; and long papers describing conclusive results, up to 8 pages. Attachments are enabled. Submission is not blinded. The paper format follows SIGCHI guidelines. The submission system is available at:


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