Paper Submission Guidelines
SUBMISSION OF PRELIMINARY PAPERS AND GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
- • 29 January 2024 Deadline for proposals of workshops, short courses, focussed and special sessions
- • 17 March 2024 Deadline for submission of papers
- • 17 May 2024 Notification of acceptance
- • 4 June 2024 Deadline for submission of requests for grants, fellowships, and visas
- • 18 June 2024 Deadline for final paper/WS submission
Authors are requested to submit a 4-page preliminary paper in the standard conference proceedings layout, in English. A template, as well as instructions for paper submission, can be found below. Authors must use the EuMW templates linked below. Authors who do not use the EuMW template will be asked to reformat their paper
The paper must be uploaded in pdf format. The maximum file size is 3 MB. It is essential to emphasise 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. As regards the deadline for submission of preliminary papers, the notification of the status of the submission, and the final digest paper upload, please refer to “Important Dates” section above. Late submissions will not 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). The TPC Chair decides whether a paper is accepted and assigns it to an oral or poster session. The General TPC Chair reserves the right to redirect a paper, which does not fit with the conference selected by its authors, towards the most appropriate conference. Authors of accepted papers will find instructions for publication and presentation on the EuMW 2024 website. Authors are responsible for obtaining publication approval from their employer or sponsor.
Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases
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