Frequently Asked Questions

 

Q: Where and when is the Arm Research Summit?

A: The Arm Research Summit 2020 is taking place at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, UK, September 9-11. Find out the latest updates here.

 

Q: How can I register for the Arm Research Summit?

A: Registration is not currently open. Keep an eye on the Summit homepage and register your interest to be the first to hear when Early-bird registrations open.

 

Q: How do I submit my work to present at the Arm Research Summit?

A: Enter your work via the Call for Submissions hosted on EasyChair. Submitting your work will require:

  • A 250-500 word abstract, giving an overview if your submission
  • A description of your submission, detailing the objectives of the talk/poster/workshop/demo, target audience, relevance for Arm, and a history of the talk or poster
  • There will also be the option to submit supporting materials, whether that is a single slide or video, helping to demonstrate the key contributions of the work

For further information, please refer to our full Call for Submissions.

 

Q: What can I submit for the Arm Research Summit?

A: If you’ve been working on a project, have interesting findings to share or something to demonstrate, we’d love to hear from you! Unlike other conferences, we accept submission at any stage of development, whether that’s presenting ground-breaking findings, or a methodology. The Summit gives you the opportunity to showcase your work in many different formats: presentations, workshops, posters and demonstrations. We look forward to reading your submission!

 

Q: When will I find out if my submission has been accepted?

A: You will receive an email from the Organizing Committee if your submission has been successful. We hope to send notifications by the beginning of June.

 

Q: Can I make two or more submissions?

A: Two or more different submissions can be made. Please ensure they sufficiently contrast each other, and submit one entry per paper.

 

Q: Who should I contact if I have other questions?

A: For any further enquiries, please contact the Arm Research Summit Organizing Committee.