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Author Guidelines
Last Update
23.03.2016

Submitted papers must be original contributions and must not be accepted or submitted elsewhere until the decisions of the program committee are announced.

The official language of the conference is English. All submissions must, therefore, be in English.

Initial Submissions

The length for submissions is 12 to 15 pages in the LNCS/CCIS one-column page format, including references and appendices.

Initial submissions must be formatted according to Springer template  and should be submitted only in PDF format.  Each submission needs to be accompanied with at least three appropriate keywords.

Springer provides instructions and templates for authors on preparing their manuscripts.

Failure to comply with these requirements, including formatting, will result in automatic rejection of your paper.

All papers should be submitted electronically via the EasyChair Conference System.

Camera-Ready Papers (Springer)

Camera-ready papers should be submitted both in source format (MS Word or LaTeX) and in PDF format. All camera-ready papers must conform to the Springer template according to author instructions.

Authors also need to sign and submit the CCIS Consent to Publish form. This form has to be signed by the authors of each paper, at least by the corresponding author, and collected electronically together with the final version of the paper.

Authors should follow the Checklist of items to be sent to the volume editor and submitt all as one archive via Easychair (see the checklist on the authors instructions page).

Papers that do not comply with the specified guidelines will be returned to authors. If formatting problems are not corrected by authors, their paper will be omitted from the proceedings. The authors are responsible for preparing the final manuscript in time for its inclusion in conference proceedings.

At least one author of each accepted paper must register and pay a registration fee by April 11, 2016 at the latest.

The camera-ready paper must be submitted before April 1, 2016

Baltic Journal of Modern Computing (BJMC)

Information for authors of the conference papers accepted for BJMC publication 

The camera-ready paper must be submitted to the BJMC before April 30, 2016, and, at least, one author of the paper has to register and pay the regular participant/PC member/SC member registration fee for the conference until April 30, 2016 at the latest in order to have the paper published in the journal (i.e., for each paper, at least, one conference fee must be paid). 

Camera-ready papers must be submitted to the Baltic Journal of Modern Computing according to journal's Instructions to Authors.

Journal publication opportunity (after the conference): the authors of Springer papers not selected for publication in the post-conference proceedings will be offered the opportunity to extend their papers to be published in Baltic Journal of Modern Computing (BJMC).

Papers selected to be included in Baltic Journal of Modern Computing (BJMC) must be extended and submitted according to the rules of BJMC.

Post-Conference Proceedings

The selection of papers to be published in the Post-conference proceedings by IOS Press will be based on the quality of the camera ready paper for Springer and presentation of the paper at the conference.  The decision about papers to be included in the Post-conference proceedings will be announced after the conference.

Papers selected to be included in the post-conference proceedings must be extended and submitted both in source format (MS Word or LaTeX) and in PDF format. All camera-ready papers must conform to the IOS Press template.

Submission can be up to 14 pages at maximum.

Authors also need to sign and submit Copyright Agreement.

Papers that do not comply with the specified guidelines will be returned to authors. If formatting problems are not corrected by authors, their paper will be omitted from the proceedings.

The deadline for submitting manuscripts for post-conference proceedings published by IOS Press is 1 September 2016.