Information to authors

Authors of accepted papers and posters are expected to present their work during the conference (view the program). As DEBS 2023 will be both a physical and virtual event, we have different procedures for presentations.

Guidelines for Paper Presentation

As you prepare for your presentation, please be mindful of the following:

  • Each presentation will span 20 minutes, followed by a 5-minute question-and-answer. Please make sure your presentation is within the time limit as timings will be strictly enforced by session chairs.
  • The projector has a 16:9 aspect ratio. Prepare your presentations accordingly.
  • On-Site Presentation Details

    If you opt to present at the physical event, you have two alternatives:

  • Using the in-room computer: we have arranged for a computer equipped with Microsoft PowerPoint and Adobe Reader. This computer is also preconfigured with the necessary web conferencing application.
  • Using your personal computer: HDMI and VGA connectivities are available. In preparation for your presentation, we kindly request you to install Webex (download here) prior to the conference. This enables you to share your screen during your presentation. The conference invite link will be forwarded to you in due time.
  • Remote Presentation Details

    If you opt to present virtually, we request you to install Webex (download here) on your computer before the conference, so you will be able to share your screen and webcam during your presentation. The conference invite link will be forwarded to you in due time.

    Guidelines for Poster Presentation

    Please bring a printed version of your poster to the event, as we have no on-site printing facility. The maximum size of the poster is vertical A1. We will provide the easels, boards, and push pins.

    As is tradition at DEBS, the conference will start with a 1-minute madness session, where each author briefly presents their poster. Please prepare and send exactly only 1 slide (no animation) to the Poster chair (baptiste.lepers<at> The slide and presentation should serve as a teaser of what the audience can anticipate during the poster or demo session. We encourage you to be creative with your slide, keeping in mind you only have one minute for this presentation. The idea is to get the audience excited, so they will be eager to learn more during the poster session.

    The order of presentations will be shared with you at a later date. If you are unable to attend the 1-minute madness session, please contact the Poster chair (baptiste.lepers<at>

    Important Dates

    Events Dates (AoE)
    Fall Cycle - Research Papers
    Abstract Submission November 11st, 2022 November 18st, 2022
    Paper Submission November 18h, 2022 November 25th, 2022
    Rebuttal Phase January 9–13, 2023
    Acceptance Notification January 20, 2023
    Camera Ready March 3rd, 2023
    Spring Cycle - Research Papers
    Abstract Submission February 17th, 2023 February 24th, 2023
    Paper Submission February 24th, 2023 March 3rdth, 2023
    Rebuttal Phase April 13–17, 2023
    Acceptance Notification April 27, 2023
    Camera Ready May 26th, 2023
    Submission Dates
    Industry and Application Paper Submission March 25th, 2023 April 7th, 2023
    Doctoral Symposium Submission May 10th, 2023 May 20th, 2023
    Poster and Demo Paper Submission May 12th, 2023 May 19th, 2023
    Notification Dates
    Author Notification Industry and Application Track April 27th, 2023
    Author Notification Doctoral Symposium May 20th, 2023 May 27th, 2023
    Author Notification Poster & Demo May 26th, 2023
    Camera Ready for All Tracks (except Poster & Demo) May 26th, 2023
    Camera Ready for Poster & Demo May 31st, 2023
    Conference 27th–30th 2023