We will encourage two types of papers depending on the maturity of the work: full papers (must not exceed 8 pages) and short papers (must not exceed 4 pages). Full papers should include evidence to support the contribution (e.g. proof of concept, or case studies) and discussion on research findings and their theoretical and practical significance. Short papers can report on research that is under way with preliminary results available at the time of the workshop.
Paper submission will be electronic by using the EasyChair system at http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=were2010
Accepted papers will be published as workshop proceedings in the IEEE Digital Library. The paper submission must be in the IEEE CS Press Proceedings format (see guidelines at http://www.computer.org/portal/web/cscps/formatting) ). We are also negotiating a special issue in a JCR journal for the publication of extended versions of the best contributions to the workshop.