WEA 2016’s proceedings are now with Springer-Verlag’s Communications in Computer and Information Sciences (CCIS) !!!
It is planned to publish WEA 2016’s post-conference proceedings with Springer in their Communications in Computer and Information Science series (APPROVED) !!!
CCIS is categorized A2 by Colciencias ranking system, and also it is abstracted/indexed in DBLP, Google Scholar, EI-Compendex, Mathematical Reviews, SCImago, Scopus. CCIS volumes are also submitted for the inclusion in ISI Proceedings.
ALL final papers must follow Springer’s CCIS formatting instructions, and must be written in ENGLISH.
Only high quality accepted papers in computer science, information sciences, simulation and related topics will be considered to be included into CCIS post conference proceedings. Papers not selected to be into CCIS will be automatically sent to one of our associated Journals. More info in our webpage:
Even when all papers must be written in the Springer-Verlag format, we will inform you shortly the final publication of each accepted paper (via easychair). This means that only papers in computer and information sciences will be selected for CCIS, and the remaining for Journals.
Every accepted paper for CCIS publication must have a copyright form:
Every paper must have a dedicated registration fee. For instance if an author has 2 (two) papers, he/she needs to pay 2 (two) registration fees, one per paper. Information about fees and prices:
After we receive your final submission, we will prepare conference proceedings and perform an editorial review requested by Springer-Verlag. For those paper located into Journals different from CCIS, we will provide assistance to prepare your paper for each Journal.
When your final submission has been uploaded to easychair (further instructions will be sent shortly), please send a copy of the paper, its copyright form, and the bank payment in a zip file to: email@example.com
Final paper submission deadline and registration: September 3, 2016 (NYC Time)
Submission website will be emailed to authors of accepted papers.
For those who will present a poster, there is no a fixed rule to make a one… So we will provide some examples and some basic rules:
- Names and affiliation must be clearly marked at the top of the poster.
- Recommended size: 1m X 0.7m (A1 size), or larger
Some examples and templates can be found at: