Nomination for RAW'24 Artifact Evaluation Committee

RAW’24 will include an artifact evaluation (AE) process (similar to FCCM'23, ASPLOS’20’21, '22) to promote the reproducibility of experimental results. Authors of accepted papers are invited to submit their supporting materials (software, hardware, benchmarks, etc.) to the Artifact Evaluation process based on the IEEE Artifact Review and Badging policy. The Artifact Evaluation process is run by an Artifact Evaluation Committee (AEC), whose task is to assess how the artifacts support the work described in the papers. 

If you are interested in being a part of the Artifact Evaluation Committee, please fill out the form below. We expect the AEC will consist of senior graduate students, postdocs, and researchers.

Advisors - Please consider nominating your students & postdocs. Students and others - self-nominations are welcome!

If the timeframe will be short we will restrict the evaluation to Available and Reviewed.
For additional information on RAW AE and IEEE badging please have a look at this link
For other information and comparison with ACM badging policies please refer to this link or ASPLOS 2022 like evaluation at this link
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Nominee's Name
Nominator's Name (if self-nomination type yourself) *
Nominee's Email *
Nominee's Affiliation *
Nominee's Website
Nominee's Affiliation *
Brief Motivation and Background (1-2 paragraphs) *
Please provide nominee's research background and any experience with artifacts (either as reviewer or author)
Test Infrastructure Available *
Please provide a brief description of the infrastructure you may have access to for evaluating artifacts (e.g. 8-core x86 desktop, 64-core Xeon with 400GB memory, etc.)
Any other comments for the AE Chair
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