IMPORTANT: The guidelines shown on this page apply to SIMUTools main conference only. For workshop submissions, please see the instructions at each workshop's webpage.
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|Author notification||: January 17, 2013|
|Camera-ready deadline||: February 12, 2013|
|Conference in days||: March 6-7, 2013|
1. Prepare your paper
Paper format: Submitted papers must be formatted according to the ACM conference proceedings format. Only PDF files will be accepted. We encourage two types of submissions as indicated below:
Please note that the camera-ready version will conform to the same guidelines as the submission for review.
Papers submitted to SIMUTools 2013 must not have been previously published and must not be under review for publication in any other venue. If a submission extends work described in a previous publication of their own, we strongly encourage authors to include a citation to that publication.
2. Upload the paper in EasyChair
Full and short papers must be submitted using the EasyChair submission system. Please follow this link to enter your submission.
If you don't have an EasyChair account, that link will allow you to create one. Please register your paper by the abstract submission deadline (October 18, 2010). You can continue to update your paper until the paper submission deadline (November 1, 2011).
Poster papers must be sent by email to posterssimutools.org.
Demo papers must be sent by email to demossimutools.org.
Note that papers are accepted only in PDF format.
3. Register for the Conference
Accepted papers and posters must be presented at the conference, so at least one author must register. When the registration is completed, the author will receive a code which will be needed for uploading the camera ready materials.
4. Final Paper Submission
Camera ready materials will be uploaded to a proceedings preparation system that may be different from the submission system. More details on this will follow in due time. Authors should expect to interact with the proceedings editor after camera ready submission to address any issues related to formatting. These interactions will require fast turnaround so that the deadline for proceedings preparation can be met.