Research papers in the full review procedure will be published in an edited volume of the Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS) series with Springer.
Authors are asked to follow the author-guidelines of the publisher and use the 1-column template provided on this page:
References should be strictly used in accordance with the Springer format. Authors are asked to use a digital object identifier (doi) for each reference, if available.
Submissions should be submitted without author information and also be anonymized regarding self-citations.
The conference welcomed papers in different formats for both tracks:
For the conference and Springer proceedings:
- Research Papers (14-18 pages)
- Round Table (minium 3 Research papers)
- Practice Papers with scientific background including a case study / evaluation (14-18 pages)
For the conference only:
- (Practice) Posters
- Roundtable (minimum 2 presentations)
Please address the following aspects in your paper/poster:
- For research papers: Theoretical framework, Central research goal(s), Problem(s) and/or question(s), Research methods, Results, Main conclusions and Implication to research and practice.
- For practice papers: Problem description, Challenges, Main questions or problem statement related to your case, Solutions, Evaluation of solution, Main conclusion and Contribution to practice/technology.
- For practice posters: Problem description, Challenges, Main questions or problem statement related to your case, Solutions, Evaluation of solution, Main conclusion and Contribution to practice/technology/theory.
For the first submission deadline of 27 august, an outline of the poster with a maximum of 350 words, excluding a maximum of three references, is required. After acceptance of the outline, the authors are requested to turn the outline into a full poster in the size of A0 to be uploaded to EasyChair one week in advance of the conference. The poster has to be printed by the authors themselves. At the conference, poster boards to stick the posters to will be provided.
Examples of poster can be found here: https://guides.nyu.edu/posters or https://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v536/n7614/full/nj7614-115a.html or here: https://colinpurrington.com/tips/poster-design.
Papers and Posters will undergo a blind review by three members of the review committee. Roundtables will be reviewed by the organisation committee. The criteria will involve quality, originality, impact and innovativeness. In case of conflicts an additional review will be organised to reach consensus. Presentations will be selected only based on ratings of quality, originality, impact and innovativeness.