REV2016 24-26 February 2016, UNED, Madrid, Spain

REV2016 24-26 February 2016, UNED, Madrid, Spain

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The Demostration Session at REV'16 Conference aims at creating an active Forum where participants are encouraged to interactively demonstrate developed tools, systems and products in the field of online experimentation: remote and virtual laboratories and other emergent supporting technologies.

Academics as well as Industrial partners are welcome.

Demo proposals should be submitted via REV'16 submission system as two-pages extended abstract using the IEEE Paper template. The abstract should clearly describe the proposed demonstration and its relevance for the audience of REV’16 Conference.

The presenters will be expected to use their personal Laptop during the exhibition session. A desk and network connection will be available.

Important Dates

01 Sep 2015Call for Papers
01 Oct 2015Submission of structured abstracts for full and short papers, PhD Student’s Forum and special session proposals
20 Oct 2015Invitation to submit a full paper or short paper
15 Nov 2015Submission deadline for complete papers and all other submissions (Special Sessions, Work in Progress Papers, Demos, Tutorials, Workshops)
15 Dec 2015Notification of Acceptance
15 Jan 2016Author registration and camera-ready due
24 Feb 2016Conference Opening

It is planned that members of REV2016 scientific committee, representatives of IEEE Education Society and keynote speakers at main conference will participate actively following the role of experts, i.e., to interact with students and to get the talent of future researchers or even also to propose valuable comments to the presented works.

Topics of Interest

Topics of Interest for exhibition proposals include:

  • Remote & Virtual Instrumentation
  • Online Experimentation and supporting technologies
  • Human-Machine Interaction in the Training Process
  • Augmented and Virtual Reality
  • Serious Games
  • Educational and Industrial Applications
  • Mobile applications for online experimentation

Demos extended abstracts will be included in the proceedings (IEEE Xplore) and authors will be also invited to publish reworked works in an iJOE (SCOPUS, EI, ...) Special Issue.

REV’16 Program Committee (to be completed)

  • Michael Auer, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, AT
  • Andreas Pester, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences, AT
  • Antonella Longo, University of Salento, IT
  • Claudius Terkowsky, Technical University of Dortmund, DE
  • Denis Gillet, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, CH
  • Dragan Šešlija, University of Novi Sad, RS
  • Edmundo Tovar, University Polytechnic of Madrid, ES
  • Gustavo Alves, Instituto Politécnico do Porto, PT
  • Juarez Bento da Silva, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, BR
  • James Wolfer, Indiana University South Bend, US
  • Javier Garcia-Zubia, University of Deusto, ES
  • José Sánchez Moreno, Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingeniería Informática, ES
  • Katarina Zakova, Slovak University of Technology, SK
  • Manuel Castro, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, ES
  • Paulo Menezes, University of Coimbra, PT
  • Roderval Marcelino, University Federal de Sta Catarina, Br
  • Radojka Krneta, University of Kragujevac, RS
  • Slobodan Dudic, University of Novi Sad, RS
  • Sebastián Dormido, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, ES


The Demonstration sessions is co-organized by the REV2016 Committee.

Contact Address

Requests for further information should be e-mailed to Demonstration organizers, CC to the general chairs of REV2016.

Maria Teresa Restivo and Alberto Cardoso
REV'16 demonstration Sessions Co-chairs;


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