November 12 - 15, 2006
Paper Submission Instructions
Papers must be written in English. Only electronic submissions will be accepted (see instructions below). Papers not meeting the exact guidelines detailed below will be returned to the authors.
Format and Length
- Submitted papers must be no longer than ten (10) pages in double-column format with standard margins and at least a 10 point font. This length includes everything: figures, tables, references, appendices and so forth. Longer submissions will not be reviewed.
- Papers should include a title; full list of authors, their organization and email address; and an abstract of fewer than 200 words.
- All papers must adhere to IEEE formatting standards. Consult the IEEE Transactions LaTeX and Microsoft Word Style Files at http://www.ieee.org/organizations/pubs/transactions/stylesheets.htm. Papers not in the correct format will not be reviewed.
- Papers must be submitted in PDF (Portable Document Format) and compatible with Acrobat (English version), not including any special characters or non-standard fonts. We must be able to display and print your submission exactly as we receive it and using only standard tools and postscript printers, so we strongly suggest that you use only standard fonts. Simplified Requirements for Creating PDF Files is a two-page document that describes the essential steps in distilling PDFs. Make sure that the paper prints well on black-and-white printers, not color printers. This is especially true for plots and graphs in the paper.
- Papers should be formatted for printing on US LETTER (8.5" by 11") size paper.
Dual SubmissionsOnce submitted to ICNP, a paper cannot be submitted to another workshop, conference or journal until the ICNP acceptance decision is known. To do so is to risk wasting one of our community's scarcest resources: reviewer effort. Similarly, a paper that is under consideration elsewhere, including a workshop or journal, cannot simultaneously be submitted to ICNP.
If some of the material in a submission has appeared in a workshop, the paper should so indicate. This is only acceptable if the paper submitted to ICNP provides substantial additional results compared to the earlier or pending publication.
11:59pm Pacific Standard Time (PST), May 9, 2006. The deadline for submitting the actual paper (that has already been registered) is May 16, 2006, 11:59pm PST.
Click here to submit a paper to ICNP 2006.
Important Note: Registration PolicyAt least one of the authors of each paper presented at the conference must be registered in a non-student category.
Web site: http://www.ieee-icnp.org/2006
E-mail: icnp2006-org AT cs.ucsb.edu