Abstract and Paper Submission
Papers intended for the Conference proceedings might be technical papers, company and institution developments, cases studies, practical solutions or research in progress. Authors must submit an abstract (200 – 300 words). Abstracts will be reviewed by one or two members of the Scientific Committee. The abstracts will be reviewed for their clarity, usability and contribution to research and development. Papers accepted on the basis of abstract will be published online and in eISSN Proceedings.
Extended deadline for full paper submission until 5 May 2016
Guidelines for Abstract and Paper writing
Submitting your paper you agree with Publication Ethics and Publication Malpractice Statement