EasyChair is a system
for conference management implemented by me.
I started to work on it in 2002 when I was programm chair of CADE
and LPAR. In 2003 I used it for LPAR again and people started to
ask me copies of the system. EasyChair was improved and rewritten
several times and is now by far the most popular conference system.
EasyChair was used by the top Web conference, top Bioinformatics Conferences,
top Computational Logic Conference, top Algorithms conferences,
and many other conferences - all together nearly 3,000
conferences and workshops. Only in the first two weeks of September
2008 there were 103 installations of EasyChair: this is more that other
best systems install in a year.
Here are some facts to convince you that using EasyChair is the right thing
- Look at the image in the corner made by my classmate and friend
Sancha Kosenkov. EasyChair is as cool as the image.
- If you are not convinced by that image,
look at this
image explaining why you should use EasyChair.
- If you do not use EasyChair, you have very little chance to become a
winner. Why? Because Turing Award winners submit papers to
computer science conferences.
- Between January 9th 2007 and September 15th 2008 EasyChair had
95,711 users. Every day, on the average about 200 new accounts
- We have been aproached by all kinds of conference, including conferences
on fashion design.
- Around 2,500 users log in to EasyChair every day.
- The EasyChair designer have been programme chair at 12 conferences
since 2002 and used EasyChair for running all of them.
- Please check the
collection of FLoC
2006 Web pages created by EasyChair and about 2,000 users.