Paper Submission Guidelines

Instructions for Authors 

Important Dates:

  • 11 May 2020, 23.59 CET Notification of acceptance
  • 22 May 2020, 23.59 CET Deadline for grant and fellowship requests
  • 12 June 2020, 23.59 CET Deadline for final paper submissions

Authors are requested to submit a 4 page preliminary paper in the standard conference proceedings layout. The paper has to be uploaded in pdf format. The maximum file size is 3 MB. It is essential to emphasize the novel aspects of your paper. One author information form per paper must be completed when uploading the paper. 

The week comprises three conferences. A paper can only be submitted to a single conference. Do not upload the same paper to more than one conference! The deadline for submission of preliminary papers is 14th February 2020. Late submissions cannot be accepted.

Each preliminary paper will be reviewed by the Technical Programme Committee (TPC) of the conference to which the paper has been submitted by the author(s). Exceptionally, the General TPC Chairman reserves the right to redirect a paper, which does not fit with the conference selected by its authors, towards the most appropriate conference. For topics common to two conferences, as indicated in the respective topics lists, the decision about acceptance of the paper will be taken jointly by both Technical Programme Committees. Even in this case, each paper must be submitted to only one conference, selected by the author(s)!

Contrary to earlier statements, authors will be notified on the status of their submission by 11 May 2020. The final digest paper will be required by 12th June 2020. Authors of accepted papers will find instructions for publication and presentation on the EuMW 2020 website. Authors are responsible for obtaining publication approval by their employer or sponsor.

Papers must be written in English and formatted in the standard conference proceedings layout on A4 paper.

Download Call for Papers PDF

Download paper templates (Word and LateX)

Link to the EuMW 2020 paper submission website

Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases



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