Prospective participants are invited to contribute to MET’22 with three types of submissions:
-- Full papers (maximum of 8 pages). Original research in MT aligned with the topics of workshop.
-- Short papers (maximum of 6 pages). Work in progress and preliminary ideas to get quick feed back from the community.
-- Talk proposals (1-2 pages). These may include innovative ideas, industrial experiences and challenges, and tool demos.
All the submissions must follow the ACM formatting instructions. It is not possible to pay for extra pages. Full and short papers will be reviewed with respect to their quality and relevance. Talk proposals will be reviewed with respect to relevance and their ability to foster discussions. A best paper award will be given at the workshop based on the reviews from the PC. Authors of borderline papers not accepted will be invited to bring a poster.
Submissions will be managed using EasyChair via: