Paper Submission & Author Guidelines
Paper submission due: July 16, 2023
Papers must be original, unpublished full papers, written in USA English and must be at least 10 pages, including abstract, figures, tables and references. Authors team restriction is no more than four persons. Neither plagiarism nor self-plagiarism should take place.
Papers not satisfying these criteria will be excluded from the review.
The submitted papers must be pdf-files. Make best efforts to embed all fonts (as in final submissions) since the lack of this may cause problems for the reviewers.
For the IntSol symposium
To submit your paper please use this Microsoft CMT submission form https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/IntSol2023.
All papers will be reviewed by at least two independent reviewers and the authors will be notified about the acceptance via email. Acceptance of submitted papers will be based on quality, novelty and relevance to the conference.
Final Paper Submission
All papers go through a plagiarism detection process.
The final paper submission has to follow these four steps:
- Fill the registration form here.
* the papers won’t be accepted without a filled registration form
- Add a copyright notice into your paper.
- Create pdf file.