Submission Guidelines

Camera Ready Submission

To submit, your final manuscript, use EDAS to upload the camera-ready manuscript. Please indicate whether your paper should be considered for a student paper award. Note that a few days after notification of acceptation, ACM will be contacting you directly with a link to upload your copyright form. After the copyright form is uploaded, ACM will send you instructions on a footer with ACM copyright information, which should be inserted at the bottom of the first page, left column of your camera-ready PDF

Note that authors of long and short papers will be invited to present an oral presentation, while the authors of extended abstracts will be required to present both an oral presentation and a poster.

Submissions for technical papers must describe original research, not published or currently under review for other workshops, conferences, journals, or magazines.

All papers will be reviewed by the program committee for novelty and contribution. The workshop accepts full and short papers. Short papers may represent less mature work than full papers, or may contain new ideas for future research. Full papers should be more complete in their treatment of the topic. Paper submission will be handled electronically. Authors should prepare a PDF version of their papers. The page limit for full papers is 8 pages, and that for short papers is 5 pages in standard ACM conference format.

In addition, position papers with 2-page extended abstracts (in standard ACM conference format) can be submitted for, e.g., interesting intermediate results of undergoing research, promising progresses, educational overview on the state of the art in this field, and insightful analysis of the historical or futuristic developments on various topics. Full and short paper submissions that are not accepted may be recommended to be accepted as position papers (2-page extended abstracts).

Please see the conference website for definitive formatting guidelines and sample templates. All accepted papers and extended abstracts are subject to the deadlines specified below and will be included in the conference proceedings.

For standard ACM conference format, here are the suggested templates: Latex and MS Word.

The direct link for paper submission is

During the submission process, you will be asked if you wish to enter your paper in the competition for the "Best Student Paper with experiments in memory of Giovanni Toso" (please see more information at here). If you wish to do so, tick the appropriate checkbox.

Full and Short Papers

Paper registration:August 14, 2017 (UPDATE)
Paper submission:August 21, 2017 (UPDATE)
Acceptance notification:September 28, 2017 (UPDATE)
Camera-ready date:October 19, 2017 (UPDATE)

Tutorial Proposal

Tutorial proposal submission:August 2, 2017
Acceptance notification:September 4, 2017

Extended Abstracts

Extended abstract submission:September 18, 2017 (UPDATE)
Acceptance notification: September 28, 2017 (UPDATE)
Camera-ready:October 19, 2017 (UPDATE)