Papers are solicited on topics related to one or several topics of the conference list, but not limited.
All papers must follow the formatting rules for Springer Proceedings in Mathematics & Statistics (see Instructions for Authors at Springer Website ) or download a Word Template or Latex Package.
The version of papers for the double blind and peer-review should be saved in PDF format and it must meet the editorial requirements and limits specified in the Call for Papers, otherwise it will not be considered for publication.
The papers should be written in English. Contributions must not have been published before, not be under review for any other conference or publication and not include any information leading to the authors´ identification.
The author(s) information(s) must be only available in the camera-ready version of accepted papers, saved in Word or Latex format and also in PDF format. These files must be accompanied by the Consent to Publish form filled out in a ZIP file and uploaded at the conference submission system.
Authors must choose one of the submission options: Short Papers, Full Paper, Full Paper (PhD Seminar).
We will accept for publication Short Papers (6-7 pages) and Full Papers (10-12 pages), where a page constitutes approximately 300-400 words. All of these options must follow the Springer Templates in order to be published and indexed.
Each registration guarantees the publication of one paper. If an author has more accepted papers co-written with other authors, he/she can choose either to pay an extra paper fee or to register the other fellow author.
The paper should have a maximum of 5 authors.
We recommend authors to read the ethical responsibilities for authors, available here.
The corresponding author and coauthors (if any), shall sign up for the on-line service for papers submission, available here.
The submission deadline is March, 3rd.
All the accepted and registered papers will be published in Proceedings by Springer, will be submitted for indexation by SCOPUS, WorldCat, Crossref, Google Scholar, among others, and will be available in the SpringerLink Digital Library.