Author Guidelines for a Camera-Ready Paper Submission
The authors of each accepted paper are requested to submit their final submissions to the Volume Editors of the Conference Proceedings either via EasyChair proceedings author role or email address: [email protected] by September 15th, 2017. Please be informed that this is a strict deadline. The paper sent after the deadline will not be accepted
Submitting via Email
The final submission to be sent to [email protected] must include:
- Two Camera-Ready files: 1) a Word format and 2) a PDF format, of an accepted paper which has been strictly revised according to the reviewers’ comments.
- Your file name must be identified by an EasyChair’s submission number generated to your paper earlier. Please save your file’s name as “Camera-Ready of ICADL2017 Paper…” For example, if your submission no. is 1, you must save your file name as Camera-Ready of ICADL2017 Paper 1.
Submitting via EasyChair proceedings
Using your EasyChair author account, follow the instructions after the login for uploading two files:
- either a zipped file containing all your LaTeX sources or a Word file in the RTF format, and
- the PDF version of your camera-ready paper
General paper guideline
For the length of the paper, a FULL paper should be 10-14 pages and a SHORT paper should be 6-8 pages. Please be informed that the editors may not accept the paper which has not been revised accordingly to be published in Springer’s Lecture Notes in Computer Sciences (LNCS).
A camera-ready paper must be strictly prepared by following the “Author Guidelines for the Preparation of Contributions to Springer Computer Science Proceedings”.
Please make sure that all the authors’ names, organizational affiliations, and email addresses are included and typed correctly in a camera-ready paper. Please also identify a corresponding author of the paper for further correspondences.
Please also submit a signed and completed copyright form along with the camera-ready paper. It is sufficient for one of the authors to sign the copyright form. You can scan the form into PDF or any other standard image format.