Dagstuhl Artifacts Series (DARTS)

The Dagstuhl Artifacts Series (DARTS) publishes evaluated research data and artifacts in all areas of computer science.

An artifact can be any kind of content related to computer science research, e.g., experimental data, source code, virtual machines containing a complete setup, test suites, or tools.

In contrast to existing repositories for research data and artifacts like Zenodo or figshare, DARTS focuses on artifacts that underwent an evaluation process before their publication.


An artifact should be related to a research paper (which does not necessarily have to be published within a series of Dagstuhl Publishing but which should be clearly citable, e.g., by a DOI) and should help to verify the repeatability and correctness of the experiments/implementations described in the related paper.


Please check the published artifacts at http://drops.dagstuhl.de/darts.


Useful information

  • The series is organized as a periodical consisting of one volume per year. Each volume can consist of several issues. Thereby, DARTS currently focuses on special issues that are related to a conference.
  • Artifacts in DARTS are published electronically according to the principles of open access, i.e., they are available online and free of charge.
  • Schloss Dagstuhl institutes an editorial board to assure the scientific quality of the series by overseeing the selection of issues to be included.
  • For an initial pilot phase there will be no publication charges. This policy will be reevaluated in 2018.





To the Publications

DARTS Webportal: Archive of all published DARTS volumes.

DARTS @ dblp

Check all DARTS volumes at dblp: DARTS @ dblp.

LaTeX-Style Template

Since 2019

For authors: darts-v2019-authors.tgz

For editors: darts-v2019-editors.tgz



For authors: darts-v2018-authors.tgz

For editors: darts-v2018-editors.tgz


Until 2017

For authors: darts-authors.tgz

For editors: darts-editors.tgz




In case of questions, please contact:

Dr. Michael Wagner

Phone: + 49 (0)6871 / 905-200

E-Mail: michael.wagner(at)dagstuhl.de