Extended abstract submission
- Submission Deadlines: June 14
- Notification of Acceptance: July 12
- Final Manuscript deadline:
July 30August 8
(all at 11:59 p.m. in US Pacific Daylight Time, PDT)
The program will consist of
- invited talks,
- contributed long talks (
3035 minutes each),
- contributed short talks (
2025 minutes each),
By default, each submission will be considered for a contributed talk or a poster, in this order of preference. (You can choose your preference during the submission, for example, Poster only.) Contributed long talks will be seletected among accepted contributed talks with high evaluation by Program Committee.
Each submission will be reviewed on the basis of an extended abstract in a PDF file, describing the original research. We recommend you to use the following manuscript style, and the extended abstract should clearly explain the contribution and its significance within its first 2 pages (with an optional appendix containing more details to be read/consulted at the discretion of the Program Committee.) The total length can be up to 10 pages for an oral presentation and 4 pages for a poster.
Style and Template files:
We can provide style (for TeX system) and template files (for MS-Word). Please download followings and use freely.
- Sample of paper (TeX file, PDF file)
- LaTeX style file (aqis.sty)
- MS-Word template (aqis_template_abstract.doc)
How to submit
Contributions can be submitted electronically via the submission website. AQIS'10 uses the EasyChair System to manage paper submissions.
To submit your paper, you first need to make an ID and log in to the EasyChair System.
A snapshot of the EasyChair page
If your abstract is accepted, you should submit a
Camera-ready 2 pages version
of your extended abstract
July 30 August 8.
Please see Camera Ready Submission page and send us your final version using our templates via email.
If you have any problem on your submission, please contact .