Information for authors (read carefully)
Paper submission & review policy
- Authors are advised to submit their original and unpublished work (related to the conference theme).
- Authors should note that it is a single-blind submission. Authors should not disclose their names, affiliations, funding sources and previous works that help find them via search engines of any type. For a quick example, authors cannot cite their previously published papers saying: in our previous works [2,4].
- Following submission guidelines available at https://www.springer.com/gp/computer-science/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines .
- Submissions should be made through Easy Chair: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=rtip2r2022
- The review process takes into account both the quality of writing and the scientific impact of the work. Authors should clearly identify the problem, explain their contribution(s), and justify the state-of-the-art works. The program committee would like to review those who develop, argue, and provide results.
- Also, note that the RTIP2R team takes care of plagiarism (even self-plagiarism) as serious professional misconduct. All papers will be screened for plagiarism, and the RTIP2R team will reject them in case there exists significant overlap with the previously published papers/papers.
Template (for papers)
- Three different types of submissions are expected: 1) regular paper, 2) invited paper, and 3) position paper.
- Regular paper (8 - 15 pages): Authors should clearly identify the problem, explain their contribution(s), and justify the state-of-the-art works.
- Invited paper (8 - 15 pages): Besides regular submissions, well-known research scientists and professors are invited. To be specific, we aim to collect research manuscripts that can portray "years of research experience" plus "challenges and future trends" in those topics mentioned in the CFP. The primary reason behind this is to improve the quality of the conference proceedings. The RTIP2R team strongly encourages them to submit their abstract as soon as possible to see whether it is appropriate.
- Position paper (6 - 8 pages): We are also accepting the position papers for poster presentation and scientific discussion during the event, from early-career research scientists, MPhil, MTech and BTech students. This brings an opportunity for them to meet established research scientists/professors. Therefore, the RTIP2R team strongly suggests participating.
In general, such position papers should portray a short report of work in progress or an arguable opinion about facts, methods, procedures, or scientific research results. These papers can also be published in CCIS, Springer if the area chairs recommend doing so.
Important Note: Regardless of submission types, authors are always advised to submit their original and unpublished work (related to the conference theme).