INFuture online paper submission system
INFuture online paper submission system can be accessed at:
- the EasyChair system managing submissions and double-blind peer review requires registration,
- for information on creating camera-ready version of your paper consult guidelines below.
- registration at the paper submission system is not registration for the conference,
- you should register for the conference separately.
The proposed papers should not be published before (neither partially nor completely), nor currently be considered for publication by any other conference, journal or book, nor should the submissions be a translation of previously published or presented papers.
All papers undergo rigorous international, double-blind peer review process by at least two reviewers in which the identity of both reviewers and authors as well as their institutions are respectfully concealed from both parties. The review process will address:
- relevance of the papers to the conference and topic it is submitted to
- originality of the paper
- presentation of the topic
- technical quality (adherence to the paper layout preparation guidelines)
- language quality.
Authors submitting the paper should agree and strictly follow standards of expected ethical behaviour as defined in the publishing ethics section.
INFuture papers are indexed by EBSCO.
Create camera-ready version of your paper
All proposed papers should be prepared according to the paper layout preparation guidelines i.e. be submitted in the camera-ready version.
Paper Layout Preparation Guidelines (.PDF)
Paper Layout Preparation Guidelines - styles indicated (.DOC)
How to use INFuture2017 style template in MS Word 2007 and higher (.PPT)
We accept the following paper categories
Full paper (up to 10 pages)
Finished or consolidated R&D works, to be included in one of the Conference topics. These papers will be classified as one of the following categories: original scientific paper, review or professional paper.
Short paper (up to 5 pages)
Ongoing works with relevant preliminary results open to discussion. These papers will be classified as one of the following categories: preliminary communication or professional paper.
Case study (up to 6 pages)
Papers with focused research presenting in-depth and detailed investigation of a subject relevant to a Conference topic.
Project presentation (up to 6 pages)
Presentation of a project, project results, solutions, research problems etc., focused on a Conference topic.
Company paper (up to 4 pages)
Companies’ papers that show practical experience, R & D, tools, etc., focused on a Conference topic.
Tool demonstration paper (up to 4 pages)
Papers that demonstrate functionalities or possibilities of software and/or hardware solutions focused on a Conference topic.
Poster paper (up to 4 pages)
Initial work with relevant ideas, open to discussion. Poster should be displayed during the conference.