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SIGMOD 2021 Call for Papers - Industrial Track

The Industrial Track of SIGMOD 2021 covers all aspects of innovative commercial or industrial-strength data management systems and solutions. We also welcome novel applications of data management systems and experience in applying recent research advances to problems relevant to the database industry.

Each submission must include at least one author with a non-academic affiliation.

Submission Guidelines

We accept full papers (up to 12 pages + references) and extended abstracts (up to 4 pages + references). The papers should be prepared using the latest standard ACM paper format (see detailed instructions below). Papers must be submitted electronically, in pdf format, by November 23, 2020, 5 PM Pacific Time at the conference submission site: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/SIGMODIndustry2022/

Submissions to the industrial track must include all author names and affiliations. Changes to authorship after paper acceptance are not permitted. In case there is an exceptional situation arises necessitating a change in the author list, the situation change needs to be explained via email to and the change must be approved by the industrial track chairs. Authors are encouraged to contact the industrial track chairs if they need clarification regarding the suitability of their work to this track.

Important Dates

All deadlines below are 5 PM Pacific Time.

Formatting

The ACM template changed in 2017. Make sure you are using the latest version. Industrial papers must follow the ACM Proceedings Format, using either the sample-sigconf.tex or Interim layout.docx template provided at https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template for LaTeX (version 2e) or Word, respectively. The margins, inter-column spacing, and line spacing in the templates must be kept unchanged. Any submitted paper violating the length, file type, or formatting requirements will be rejected without review.

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