24th BRAZILIAN SYMPOSIUM ON DATABASES
Promoted by the Brazilian Computer Society
Fortaleza - Brazil
October 05-09, 2009
Paper Submission:June 12th, 2009 (submission) Authors Notification:July 24th, 2009 Camera Ready due: July 31th, 2009
SBBD is the official database event of the Brazilian Computer Society (SBC). It has
been the largest venue in Latin America for presentation and discussion of research
results in the database domain. SBBD joins researchers, students and practitioners,
from Brazil and abroad, to discuss problems related to the main topics in modern
database technologies. Traditionally, each edidtion of SBBD has gathered nearly 500
The SBBD Demos Session provides a forum for exchanging experiences and automated
solutions among database researchers, developers and practitioners. The interest topics
include any area of the database technology.In its 24th edition, the symposium will be held in the beautiful city of Fortaleza,
in the state of Ceara, Northeast of Brazil, in October 5-7, 2009.
Further local information at http://www.sbbd-sbes2009.ufc.br/en_fortaleza.php
The evaluation and selection process of the demos will happen in two steps.
In the first step, the authors submit papers describing the main characteristics
of their demos. The submitted papers will be analyzed by at least 3 members of
the Program Committee, based on originality of the demo, practical contribution,
technical soundness and presentation.
In the second step, the selected demos will be presented during the conference,
when they will be analyzed again by members of a Judging Committee. This
second evaluation aims at guaranteeing that the demos are operational and
functionally compatible with their descriptions.
The results of both evaluations will be used by the Judging Committee to choose and
*reward the best demo*.
The Demos Session will be held in two days during SBBD2009. One of the authors of each
Demo should be present at the conference both for presenting the Demo (slides) and for
a hands-on demonstration of the software. Additionally, each accepted demo should have
a poster. The size of each poster should be of 0.70 cm x 1.00 m (width x height). Each
poster should include:
- the name of the demo
- authors names and affiliations
- information about financial support, if applicable
- contact e-mail and URL for further information about the software
- the summary and main characteristics of the demo
- main references.
We encourage the authors to use their own laptops to carry out hands-on demonstrations.
If necessary, upon request in advance (when submitting the camera ready version),
specific equipment may be available for installing the tools and their respective
Papers can be written in Portuguese or English, and must be submitted in the
Adobe PDF format. Formats other than PDF will not be accepted. Proposals
must be no more than 6 (six) pages, and should include: a summary, the
objective of the work, a detailed description of the demo (including figures
and diagrams) and references.
Papers must be typeset using the SBC (Brazilian Computer Society) template,
which is available at (model).
The accepted papers will be published in the SBBD Demos proceedings. The acceptance of
a paper implies that at least one of its authors will register for the symposium to
Demos Session Chair
Fernanda Baião (UNIRIO, Brazil)
For further information, please contact the Demos Session Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Bernadette Lóscio (Universidade Federal do Ceará)
- Caetano Traina Júnior (ICMC - USP)
- Carina Dorneles (Universidade de Passo Fundo)
- Carmem Hara (Universidade Federal do Paraná)
- Cristina Ciferri (USP)
- Fernanda Baiao (UNIRIO)
- Geraldo Zimbrao (UFRJ)
- João Eduardo Ferreira (IME/USP)
- Leonardo Azevedo (UNIRIO)
- Lucineia Thom (Ulm University)
- Marcos Gonçalves (Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais)
- Maria Claudia Cavalcanti (Instituto Militar de Engenharia)
- Renata Galante (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul)
- Ricardo Torres (Unicamp)
- Ronaldo Mello (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina)
- Sergio Lifschitz (PUC-Rio)
- Valéria Soares (Universidade Federal da Paraíba)
- Vanessa Braganholo (UFRJ)
- Vania Vidal (Universidade Federal do Ceará)