The series Dagstuhl Follow-Ups is a new publication format which offers a frame for the publication of collections of peer-reviewed papers based on Dagstuhl Seminars. The reviewers will be appointed by the organizers of the Dagstuhl Seminar.
Aims and Scope
The Dagstuhl Follow-Ups series aims at a suitable publication venue to publish peer-reviewed collections of papers emerging from a Dagstuhl Seminar. The documentation of a Dagstuhl Seminar via the Dagstuhl Reports periodical is thus complemented.
The scope of the Dagstuhl Follow-Ups series comprises all topics that are the focus of a Dagstuhl Seminar.
Open Access Policy
The metadata provided by Dagstuhl Publishing on its webpages, as well as their export formats (such as XML or BibTeX) available at our website, is released under the CC0 1.0 Public Domain Dedication license (https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/legalcode).
Each article is assigned a DOI and a URN.
To facilitate author identification, the Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID) is optionally included during upload so that authors can be uniquely linked to their ORCID iD.
- Elisabeth André Universität Augsburg, DE
- Franz Baader TU Dresden, DE
- Goetz Graefe Google - Madison, US
- Reiner Hähnle TU Darmstadt, DE
- Barbara Hammer Universität Bielefeld, DE
- Lynda Hardman CWI - Amsterdam, NL and University of Utrecht, NL
- Steve Kremer INRIA Nancy - Grand Est, FR
- Rupak Majumdar Max-Planck-Institut für Softwaresysteme – Kaiserslautern, DE
- Heiko Mantel TU Darmstadt, DE
- Lennart Martens Ghent University, BE
- Albrecht Schmidt LMU München, DE
- Wolfgang Schröder-Preikschat Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, DE
- Raimund Seidel Universität des Saarlandes - Saarbrücken, DE - Scientific Director
- Heike Wehrheim Universität Oldenburg, DE
- Verena Wolf Universität des Saarlandes - Saarbrücken, DE
- Martina Zitterbart KIT - Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, DE
The Scientific Directorate of Schloss Dagstuhl acts as editorial board. The task of the Scientific Directorate is to implement the Center's designated purpose in a scientific and subject-matter capacity. It convenes twice a year to establish the research and event program, ensure the quality of the Center's offerings, and monitor how the program is put into practice.
Members of the Scientific Directorate are the Scientific Director and as many scientific experts as necessary and appropriate for the competent evaluation of important computer science fields.
Members of the Scientific Directorate are appointed by the Supervisory Board following a joint proposal by the Scientific Director and the Scientific Advisory Board. Proposals are collated by the Scientific Director in collaboration with the Scientific Advisory Board based on proposals from the shareholders, the Scientific Directorate, and the Scientific Advisory Board.
For publishing a volume in the Dagstuhl Follow-Ups series, the seminar organizers have to submit an informal proposal covering the following issues:
- Content: Topics, size of the chapters, number of chapters, ...
- Peer Review: How is the peer review process organized?
- Timeline: Coarse schedule regarding the deadline for submission, duration of the peer review process or notification deadline, respectively, deadline for submission of camera-ready documents.
Please send your proposal as a single PDF file to Dr. Michael Wagner.
The proposal will be checked internally and then forwarded to the Editorial Board which will take a decision in a little while. The following decisions are possible: (1) acceptance, (2) request for revised re-submission, or (3) rejection. Please note that there is no general right for acceptance.
Front Matter Template and Example Files
Please download the current version of the DFU front matter style along with an example file:
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Recently published volumes
DFU, Vol. 7, The Constraint Satisfaction Problem: Complexity and Approximability
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DFU, Vol. 5, Data Exchange, Integration, and Streams
Phokion G. Kolaitis, Maurizio Lenzerini, and Nicole Schweikardt
DFU, Vol. 4, Normative Multi-Agent Systems
Giulia Andrighetto, Guido Governatori, Pablo Noriega, and Leendert W. N. van der Torre
DFU, Vol. 3, Multimodal Music Processing
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DFU, Vol. 2, Scientific Visualization: Interactions, Features, Metaphors
DFU, Vol. 1, Scientific Visualization: Advanced Concepts