Format of the Submission
Send the paper electronically according to the instructions for registering, formatting and submitting on the page paper procedure.
The submission must be original, and must not be submitted anywhere else, or already accepted by any other conference or journal.
The selection of papers is made on the basis of review, by the program committee. Acceptance of papers will be based on the originality of work, on the suitability of the topic to the conference, and on the overall quality of your submission.
In the conference, there will be three categories of presentations, i.e. full papers, short papers and position papers. Papers may be submitted in the following categories:
SCIENTIFIC / TECHNICAL PAPER: You may submit your paper either as a full paper, (max. 20 pages), or as a short paper (preferred max. 12 pages). Presentation time in the conference is 30 minutes for full and 20 minutes for short papers.
POSITION PAPER: Research projects of any scale are invited to illustrate innovative concepts, theories, prototypes, or experiences. The position paper (work-in-progress) is preferred to be max 8 pages. The presentation time of position papers is 15 minutes. The papers may be improved, based on the discussion and comments (if any), to be published in the final publication.
The pre-print, including all papers, will be distributed in the conference. The final proceedings including improved papers will be distributed after the conference and published (currently, the organisers reserve the right to change the publisher if needed) by IOS Press (Amsterdam) for international distribution. The editing committee has right to withdraw the position papers that are not improved according to the comments given in the conference and by the program committee.
Please use only "English fonts" (ANSI/ASCII or UTF-3) in your paper, and include all the fonts you used. No extra hidden codes, nor any other features that are specific to a special computer (or language) environment should be included in any form. Otherwise reviewers may not be able to open and read your paper. Once a submitted paper is found to be unreadable, the reviewing process may be stopped automatically without asking the second submission.