Paper submission and review site
As WIAMIS 2009 is now over, it is no longer possible to submit papers
All submissions and reviews are handled by the EasyChair conference system.
- Submission site discontinued
Submission of camera-ready papers
Please upload the camera-ready version of your paper on or before the 20th of February through the EasyChair system. In doing so, please consider the following requirements:
- All camera-ready papers must pass the IEEE PDF express test to ensure compatibility with IEEE standards. Please visit http://www.pdf-express.org/ to check or convert your paper to a valid PDF. Our conference id is wiamis09x. Papers failing to conform to the IEEE standards will be removed from the conference proceedings.
- In preparation of the camera-ready version of your paper, please make sure that:
- All fonts are embedded in the PDF file. For help on this matter, see this page.
- There are no pagenumbers in your paper.
- Please make sure that the details for your paper as registered on the EasyChair system are correct. In particular, please check that:
- The title of your paper as it is displayed in EasyChair is correct (including correct capitalization) as this is what will be printed in the conference program.
- The names of the authors in the EasyChair system are correct and all author names are given. Please, capitalize only the first letter of the name.
- Once the requirements are met, please upload the paper to the EasyChair system
- One of the authors must sign the IEEE electronic copyright form. This can be done by visiting the copyright form page and following the instructions. Please note that this needs to be done from a computer that has access to IEEE services (e.g. a university computer).
- For each accepted paper, it is required that at least one author has a full registration for the conference (i.e. no student-registration) and does so no later than March 1st. Each registration can cover a maximum of two papers. See the registration page for details. Authors are asked during the registration process whether they wish to enter the Best student paper award competition (see the awards page for the qualification requirements).
Paper format and guidelines
The papers submitted to the WIAMIS 2009 workshop should conform to the IEEE style guidelines (please use the templates provided in the Author Kit below). Additionally, authors should take into account the following guidelines:
- All the contributions must be written in English.
- The maximum length for each paper is 4 (four) pages. This includes all the content (figures, tables, references, results, etc.).
- The papers have to be formatted according to the guidelines specified in the template files provided in the Author Kit.
- Only papers submitted in the PDF file format will be accepted for review.
- Failure to meet the formatting requirements stated in this page and in the linked guideline documents could result in your paper not being included in the workshop proceedings.
Please, refer to the following when preparing your paper for submission:
- Example paper containing the guidelines [PDF]
- Template file for LaTeX systems [ZIP]
- Template file for Microsoft Word [DOC]
- Help page on embedding fonts
PDF file format
All submissions should be in the PDF file format. For MS Windows users, PDF Creator is a free virtual printer for the creation of a PDF file from virtually every program. LaTeX users can create PDF files using pdflatex. A number of virtual printers are available for Linux systems as well. On Linux systems, PDF files can be obtained from PS ones using the command-line tool ps2pdf.
Please follow the IEEE guidelines on the creation of PDF files suitable for the inclusion in IEEEXplore© (particularly referring to the section 3.1 of this document). Make sure to embed all the fonts that are used in the document in your camera-ready version.