DocEng 2014 is built on the tradition of past symposia previously held around the world including Florence (2013) Paris (2012), Mountain View (2011), Manchester (2010) and Munich (2009).
The ACM Symposium on Document Engineering provides an annual international forum for presentations and discussions on principles, tools and processes that improve our ability to create, manage and maintain documents. It is sponsored by ACM by means of the ACM SIGWEB Special Interest Group. All DocEng Proceedings are available through the ACM Digital Library.
Researchers in both academia and industry will be invited to submit full papers, short papers as well as proposals for workshops. More information will follow shortly.
You can ask questions about organizational issues on the public discussion newsgroup.
2014-09-19: Announced the winners Best Paper Award and the Best Student Paper Award2014-09-01: The workshop and conference program PDFs are available!
2014-08-08: Early-bird registration deadline extension.
2014-08-05: Preliminary program now available.
2014-07-14: Submission instructions for camera-ready papers are now available from Sheridan Printing.
2014-07-08: The list of accepted papers is now online.
2014-07-02: We will have four presentations at ProDoc@DocEng
2014-05-26: Registration is now open.
2014-05-26: Deadlines for short papers, application notes and posters have been extended by one week.
2014-05-05: Submission procedure for ProDoc@DocEng is online.
2014-04-30: Information about Student Travel Awards is now available.
2014-04-15: Accepted workshops announced.
2014-03-31: Deadline for full paper submissions extended.
2014-01-13: Website now online.
2014-01-14: Call for Papers now online.
2014-04-14: New date for acceptance notification of workshop/tutorial proposals.
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