Call For Posters
Following the good reception of the poster presentations during the last editions, NETYS 2018 will again feature poster presentations. We invite the submission of proposals for technical poster presentations. Poster submissions may describe recently completed work, highly relevant results of work in progress, or successful systems and applications, in all topics related to NETYS. Poster presentations will enable authors to exchange ideas and to receive early feedback on their work from world-leading researchers. Posters will be on display during the « poster sessions ».
The list of titles of the selected posters and their short abstracts (of 200 words max) will be included in the proceedings of NETYS 2018 (Edited by Springer LNCS). Notice that the posters will not be indexed as regular or short papers.
Posters will be on display during the « poster sessions ». One of the authors of an accepted poster will receive a grant that covers the registration fees under the condition to be a full time PhD Student. Failure to present the poster at the conference will result in the withdrawal of the poster title from the Proceedings.
Poster submission instructions:
– Authors are invited to submit an extended abstract (3 pages max) of their poster which clearly indicate : The poster title, the authors affiliations, the problem area, the objective of the work, the contributions, the conclusions and perspectives.
– The text must be in English.
– The abstract should be in PDF format following the LNCS template.
– The poster should be in landscape format with the A0 format (1189 mm x 841 mm).
– Please send your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org (with cc to email@example.com)
– Deadline for posters submission April 22, 2018 (Firm deadline)
March 09, 2019
Abstract submission deadline
March 16, 2019
Paper submission deadline
April 27, 2019
May 24, 2019
Camera ready copy due
Revised selected papers will be published as a post-proceedings in Springer's LNCS "Lecture Notes in Computer Science"
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