Researchers are invited to submit a full paper (5-6 pages) detailing their current and recent research, or a short paper (max 4 pages) describing their work-in-progress.
Submission implies the willingness of at least one author per paper to register, attend the conference and present the paper. The best paper will be awarded the CEEC prize.
Papers should be prepared in the IEEE standard double-column format. Word and LaTeX templates are available below:
- Microsoft Word US Letter: MS Word Template US letter.zip
- LaTeX Paper Template: LaTeX paper template.zip
- LaTeX Bibliography Files: LateX Bibliography Files.zip
Authors can submit a paper to the general track of the conference and/or to a special session by using the dedicated page on EDAS. The paper submission is double blind so the initial submission should not have the authors names on.
Once you have received a notification of acceptance for your paper, you have to submit the final version of your paper on EDAS by the camera-ready deadline. We recommend that you address the comments provided by the reviewers to further improve the quality of your paper.
Please make sure that your paper follows the IEEE standard, as requested for publication on IEEE Xplore. The easiest way to do that is using the template provided on this page.
Before submitting the final version of your manuscript, you need to register to the conference in order to present your paper. Presentation is mandatory for publication. Furthermore, you have to submit the copyright form to IEEE through EDAS. You can download the copyright form from IEEE.
Please also note that the presentation is mandatory for being evaluated for invitation to the participating Journals:
- Special Issue of the Computers Journal
- Special Issue on Immersive Learning Technologies: Research and Future Directions of the Journal of Universal Computer Science JUCS (Journal Citation Reports impact factor 2016: 0.696).