Authors’ Instructions

Authors’ Instructions


Extended abstracts (minimum 2 pages) should be submitted for the review process through the submission section. The extended abstract must contain title, authors, affiliations, addresses, main body and references. Only original papers, written in English, will be accepted. Any type of paper formatting can be accepted for the submission of the extended abstract, in both Word or Pdf-formats.


Full draft papers should be submitted through the submission section. Not submitting an extended abstract on the first deadline does not exclude the authors from sending a full draft paper at the corresponding deadline. Each full draft paper will be reviewed by at least two members of the International Program Committee taking into consideration scientific quality, originality and relevance. The extended abstract or the full draft paper should be prepared following the final paper formatting.


After the notification of acceptance of the full draft paper, authors are required to prepare and submit the camera ready paper, answering the comments provided by the scientific committee members. The International Program Committee will accept camera ready papers up to 10 pages, 2 columns length. The camera ready paper must adhere to the conference template. The .dot file contains the complete instructions for preparing a camera ready copy for the Proceedings. The final version of the paper must be a Pdf-file. The page limit for manuscripts is ten (10) pages (included in the author registration fee). Additional pages will require an additional fee.

Download the Template for the camera ready paper preparation

Download the Copyright Form to be signed by all authors


A full registration is needed in order to guarantee the publication of the paper in the Conference Proceedings. Without registration the paper will not be published in the Conference Proceedings. Further information can be found in the section Registration and Fees.


Good visual aids can greatly enhance the effect your presentation has on the audience. Experience at past conferences has shown that many of the oral presentations have not been adequately prepared. Often an attempt was made to present too much material and too much detail. Visual aids, the primary means to hold the attention of the audience, were often poorly conceived and inadequately prepared. It is our hope that these guidelines will help you prepare a better visual presentation. Sessions will be by 3/5 minutes for introductions and then 10/15 minutes per paper, of which 5 minutes should be reserved for audience questions and comments.