The Data Science @ LHC workshop was a resounding success. We do not plan to have traditional proceedings tied to individual talks, but we do want to capture the ideas that were generated during the workshop.
With that in mind, we are soliciting contributions to the Journal of Brief Ideas. Each contribution is capped at 200 words, so this provides a lightweight method of collecting ideas that came up during the workshop. They do not have to be tied to a particular talk or speaker, and you can even submit several ideas with a different set of authors.
The goal is to lay the groundwork for new collaborations and follow up studies, not to document completed research.
All ideas will be stored in the Data Science @ LHC collection of Brief Ideas and given the tag DSLHC.
Please review previously submitted ideas to get inspiration and to avoid duplication.
Some tips on a good submission:
What to do now:
All ideas will be stored permanently and have a DOI assigned so that they can be cited just like regular papers and can appear in your ORCID record.
This is the Journal of Brief Ideas - citable ideas in fewer than 200 words.
Watch this 2-minute video that will walk you through how to submit an idea.