Call for Papers

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Paper Submission


Prospective authors are invited to contribute to the conference by submitting full papers by the Online Conference Service OCS, by June 29, 2013 at the latest through the submission option in the CIARP 2013 webpage ( Submissions should be written in English and their length should not exceed 8 pages including illustrations, results and references. Accepted contributions must be presented at the conference in English. All submissions will be peer reviewed for originality, technical content and relevance to the theme of CIARP 2013 by three members of the Program Committee.

All accepted papers will be included in the CIARP 2013 proceedings, which will be published by Springer in Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

Submissions should be prepared by following the instructions of Springer for the LNCS series. (See

Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the authors to register and to present the communication at the conference, if it is accepted.

Observation: All accepted papers will have the same level. In the acceptation letter we will not specify the way you will present the paper. All posters will have a short plenary oral presentation (ONE MINUTE) in the plenary Room.


Guidelines for Poster Presentations:

Poster sessions are a good medium for authors to present papers and meet with interested attendees for in-depth technical discussions. Your poster should therefore cover the key points of your work.

Mounting the Poster Papers:

Your paper ID identifies the appropriate poster space which can be seen on the top of the poster boards. Poster presenters are expected to be at their poster during the respective discussion session.

All posters can be mounted on Wednesday, Nov. 20th,  2013 and Thursday, Nov. 21th, 2013 in the foyer of the lecture room at the provided space. They can stay there until the end of the conference. Please remove the posters at the end of the conference. The suggested poster size is A0 (820mm (width) x 1200mm (height)).

Plenary Short Oral Presentation:

You will present the highlights of your work at the plenary short oral presentation session your paper is assigned to (see the CIARP13 Program). You will have ONE MINUTE to attract participants to your poster in the following discussion session. There will be chairs provided on the podium of the lecture room for the presenters of the posters in the order given in the program.

Your seat will be identified by your paper ID. The session chair will then admit you to the podium in order to present your slide. You should send us only one slide to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  in which it is not necessary that you put the number of your paper and the authors, etc. That one we will design it, so your slide should only contain the information from the content of your paper.

In parallel to your slide, we will show an overview of the posters  of the current session, where the poster currently presented will be highlighted. All slides of the plenary poster presentation will be compiled in their order of appearance in the program and will be manipulated by the session chair.

Paper Discussion/Poster Session:

Each short oral presentation is followed by one paper discussion session where authors of the respective papers explain and discuss their paper with interested participants. For this purpose, one of the authors should be present at the poster during the whole discussion session.

Since the poster will be displayed during the whole conference, participants can pass by at the poster at any time to study the content. Extra appointments can be made outside the discussion session for in-depth interaction among participants.


** CIARP 2013 **

CIARP 2013 will be held in Havana, Cuba, from November 20th to 23th.


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