Camera Ready Paper Submission Guidelines
If your paper is accepted to ICAP 2015, please submit the final version (camera-ready):
1- Login to the WASET.org Account at your profile
and ensure that your name and affiliation are correct. The information you provide will go into the conference programme and proceedings so please make appropriate changes as soon as possible.
2 - Prepare the final version of your paper, taking into account the comments from the reviews. Please make sure you follow the conference proceedings formatting instructions to avoid possible delay in the processing of your paper. Regular full text papers are limited to 12 pages including figures, tables and references. Please do NOT make any changes to the format e.g. fonts, margins, spacing, etc.
3 - You will need to submit both the final pdf and/or docx versions of your paper for publication in the conference proceedings. The deadline for receipt of camera-ready papers is May 25, 2015. There will be no deadline extension for this.
4 - Your manuscript has to be accompanied by a signed copyright form. One author may sign the copyrights formula on behalf of all of the authors of a particular paper. You can download the original copyright form. Scanned copyright forms should be uploaded as well.
5 - At least one author of the paper has to register at regular fee to conference by May 25, 2015 for inclusion in the conference proceedings.
The final program will contain dedicated slots for you to present your e-Poster during an oral presentation. You will be given a dedicated five minutes slot in which you can present your research results. As basis you are only allowed to use your e-Poster presentation. As time is very tight you should be very concise in what you are going to communicate. Use your time slot and concentrate on the “WOW” results you obtained with your work. Visuals might make the difference to other work and underline your results.To complement your e-Poster presentation and to make it available to a broader audience, authors are requested to provide a five slide presentation file (Accepted formats are: .pptx, pdf) including multimedia material. This e-Poster will be displayed in the e-Poster presentation on a large screen in the meeting room. You can also prepare supplementary multimedia (MM) or video material that replaces your five slides. However, any replacing video material should contain the same level of information indicated in the subsequent preparation guidelines and must not exceed five minutes of duration.
Preparation of your e-Poster
If your work is accepted as a e-Poster, you will be required to prepare the final print-ready full text paper for publication and e-Poster following the specifications in the acceptance notification. e-Poster presentations must be prepared by the following means:
Each e-Poster presentation shall be introduced by a title slide including the title of the paper, author(s), affiliation(s), city and country. It might be accompanied by a picture or a video showcasing your work.
An e-Poster must not exceed five slides and should contain the necessary content, approach and obtained results in an intriguing way. You can use multimedia content being integrated into your e-Poster showing animations, simulations or other content.
Please note: If you include video material in each of the slides, we will only accept MM presentations that might not exceed 1 minute duration per slide.
The e-poster contains a three column format. Each column can be subdivided and may conveniently be divided into sections, starting with a
Problem Description and Challenges
Results / evaluation, and ending with a Conclusion.
Please, try to use a standard MM format for your e-Poster:
Images: high-resolution images in one of these formats: TIFF, JPEG, PNG, BMP, GIF.
Video: In Microsoft formats (i.e. .asf, .wmv), QuickTime, MPEG-4, or DivX Version 5 (or later) formats. The total length of all videos should not exceed five minutes.
You might also prepare a replacement for the slide presentation embedding one video into one slide. Any replacing video material should contain the same level of information as indicated above (i.e. title of the paper, author(s), affiliation(s), city and country, problem statement and challenges, your approach/method, results/evaluation, conclusion) and must not exceed five minutes of duration.