SBBD 2016 invites submissions for its tool demonstration track. The demonstration track offers an opportunity for researchers and practitioners, from both academia and industry, to present innovative functioning tools that solve non-trivial problems for data and information management. The topics of interest of the demonstration track are the same of the SBBD 2016 conference.


  • – Submission Deadline: July 08, 2016
  • – Notification: July 14, 2016
  • – Camera-ready copy: August 21, 2016


Authors should submit a paper of at most 6 pages, including figures and references describing the main features of their demos/applications. The tool demonstration program committee will review each submission to assess originality, practical issue, technical contribution and presentation. Together with the submitted proposal, authors are strongly encouraged to provide a link to a demo video (screencast) of up to 5 minutes related to their demo/application. This video will be considered in the review process. The demonstration proposal can be written in Portuguese or English and must adhere to the SBC’s formatting guidelines. In addition, they must be in the PDF format; since other formats will not be accepted. The link to the video demonstration or the online version of the demo must be informed at the bottom of the first page of the article (when it is initially cited). Submissions must be made electronically here.

Presentation at the conference is a requirement for publication. Accepted papers will be published in the Proceedings of SBBD 2016 Demos.


The demonstration session will be held in two time periods during the SBBD 2016, as follows:

  • 1) Paper presentation in a technical session.
  • 2) Practical presentation in an open area to attendees at scheduled times during the SBBD 2016. For this presentation, authors must also provide a poster of size 0.70 mx 1:00 m (width x height), which should include the following information:
    • a) Software name;
    • b) Names and affiliations of the authors;
    • c) Information about funding obtained for the software construction, if applicable;
    • d) E-mail and URL for further information;
    • e) Abstract;
    • f) Key features/functionality;
    • g) Main references.

It is required the presence of at least one of the authors of the demo/application who must be at the symposium to perform his/her presentation.

It is required that authors use their own equipment (notebooks) during the sessions. A proper equipment can be requested in advance to the coordination of the demonstration track, if necessary.


Eduardo Cunha de Almeida (UFPR)


  • – Ana Paula Appel, IBM Research Brazil
  • – Angelo Brayner , UNIFOR
  • – Angelo Ciarlini, EMC
  • – Anthony Ventresque, UCD, Ireland
  • – Carlos Eduardo Pires, UFCG
  • – Cristina Ciferri, USP
  • – Daniel Oliveira, UFF
  • – Eduardo Ogasawara, CEFET/RJ
  • – Fernanda Baiao, UNIRIO
  • – Humberto Rezende, UFU
  • – Jorge Augusto Meira, SNT Luxembourg
  • – Jose Antonio Macedo, UFC
  • – José Maria Monteiro, UFC
  • – Karin Becker, UFRGS
  • – Marcela Ribeiro , UFSCAR
  • – Marcio Oikawa, UFABC
  • – Marcos Didonet del Fabro, UFPR
  • – Pedro Eugenio Rocha, Facebook, USA
  • – Rebeca Schroeder, UDESC
  • – Renata Galante, UFRGS
  • – Ronaldo Mello, UFSC
  • – Steffanie Scherzinger, OTH Regensburg, Germany
  • – Valeria Times, UFPE
  • – Vania Vidal, UFC


– For further information please contact the demonstration chair, using