For deadlines see the important dates page.
The full paper should describe original scientific work. Although the full paper is expected to be an extension of the abstract, it can also contain new research and results not presented in the abstract. The maximum length is 8 pages for contributed papers and 12 pages for invited papers. The page limit includes everything (also references). Full papers exceeding the maximum length will not be accepted.
All full papers, whether being presented as an invited talk, oral talk, or poster, will be treated equally in the review process.
Typesetting the Abstract
The Abstract must be typset with LaTeX using the conference class file scee.cls. Do not use Microsoft Word or any other word processor to typeset your Abstract, as it will not be accepted.
You may use any program to draw figures, but save your figures as Encapsulated Postscript (EPS) files. Then, include these EPS figures into your Abstract. To generate your bibliography, you may either use LaTeX directly or use BibTeX.
You can download an archive abstract-template-scee.zip with an example template and other necessary files required to generate an example Abstract. Details on the content follow:
- scee.cls the conference LaTeX class file
- author.tex the text body template
- authorfig_1.eps a figure (EPS file)
- authorref.tex a bibliography template for direct use in LaTeX
or authorref.bib a bibliography database for BibTeX users
- author.pdf a ready, printable Abstract (which is not required to generate the Abstract)
Your Abstract pdf file should be named so that they begin with your last name followed by the .pdf extension.
Typesetting the Conference Proceedings Full Paper
The full paper must be typeset with LaTeX using the class file svmult.cls by Springer provided below (one-column style).
You may use any program to draw figures, but save your figures as Encapsulated Postscript (EPS) files. If you include colour pictures, please make sure that a black and white version is available as well, since the book may be published in black and white only. Then, include these EPS figures into your full paper. To generate your bibliography, you may either use LaTeX directly or use BibTeX.
You will find below an example template and other necessary files required to generate an example full paper. You may download the required files individually by clicking each file name below:
- svmult.cls the Springer LaTeX class file
- author_proc.tex template for your full paper contribution with writing instructions
- authorfig1.eps a figure (EPS file, black and white / color)
- author_proc.pdf pdf-file of the template.
- spmpsci.bst the Springer BibTeX style file
Alternatively, you can download here a zip archive scee-proc_template-and-instructions.zip containing all above files.
Your full paper source and pdf files should be named such that they begin with last name followed by corresponding extension. If your last name is a common one, use your first name as well in naming your files.
Please send your pdf-file (using our style file) along with all files you need to create the pdf-file to firstname.lastname@example.org.