Camera-Ready Papers: Author Final Paper Preparation and Submission Instructions
To submit the camera-ready copy, you need to complete the following steps by June 8, 2018 at the latest.
- Download the copyright form and upload a scan of the completed form to EDAS!
- Revise your paper and format it correctly!
- Create a new user account at the CPS webpage and upload your camera-ready to the CPS webpage!
During the submission process on the CPS page, please process the paper with PDF eXpress to obtain an IEEE Xplore-compatible pdf file!
- Information concerning the format of the Demos and Posters can be found here
If you have questions, please contact the CPS editor Lisa O'Conner
"ITC - Author Registration" is specifically set up for authors presenting papers at ITC 30. For your paper to be included in the final programme and to be published in the ITC 30 Proceedings, at least 1 author needs to register before the deadline of June 20, 2018 at full rate. Papers not covered by any registration by that deadline will automatically be removed from the final programme. If you choose "Author Registration" you will be asked to provide up to 2 paper numbers on which you are listed as (co-)author and which consequently will be secured in the programme.
ITC follows an open access strategy. Accepted ITC conference and workshop papers can be downloaded from the open ITC digital library. In addition, ITC makes the effort to index accepted papers in public A&I databases. By getting sponsorship of technical communities like IEEE and ACM, as well as sticking to corresponding rules with respect to technical quality, papers of previous ITC editions were included in the corresponding databases IEEE Xplore and ACM DL.
Since ITC retains the copyrights, it is possible to make the papers accessible for free even in those public databases. This helps to increase the visibility and accessibility of accepted papers.