Call for Papers
Call for Papers, Short papers, PHD showcase Papers, and Posters for:
The 2013 International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications
Ho Chi Mihn City, (Vietnam)
June 24-27, 2013
The 2013 International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications(ICCSA 2013) will be held on June 24-27, 2013, in Ho Chi Mihn City (Vietnam).
ICCSA 2013 is the next event in the series of highly successful International Conferences on Computational Science and Its Applications, previously held in Salvador de Bahia, Brazil (2012), Santander, Spain (2011), Fukuoka, Japan (2010), Suwon, Korea (2009), Perugia, Italy (2008), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2007), Glasgow, United Kingdom (2006), Singapore (2005), Assisi, Italy (2004), Montreal, Canada (2003), and, as ICCS, in Amsterdam, The Netherlands (2002) and San Francisco (2001).
Computational Science is a main pillar of most of the present research, industrial and commercial activities and plays a unique role in exploiting ICT innovative technologies.
The ICCSA Conference offers a real opportunity to bring together scientists of different
disciplines, discuss new issues, tackle complex problems and find advanced solutions breeding new trends in Computational Science.
Submitted papers will subject to stringent peer review by at least three experts and carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of exposition. Accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings to be published by Springer-Verlag in Lecture Notes for Computer Science and Conference Publishing System (CPS
). The authors of a selected number of top quality papers will be requested to extend their paper in order to be published as special issues in highly recognized international journals.
ICCSA 2013 has paper submission in different categories: main conference theme papers, workshop/special session papers, and poster session papers. The submission details for each paper category can be found at the URL https://www.iccsa.org/authors-instructions and the list of sessions at the URL: https://www.iccsa.org/sessions
The ICCSA 2013 Conference themes, grouped in five tracks, are the following (but are not limited to):
1. Track: Computational Methods, Algorithms and Scientific Application
Computational Combustion Computational Chemistry
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Numerical Methods and Algorithms
2. Track: High Performance Computing and Networks Parallel and Distributed Computing
Grid and Semantic Grid Computing
Workflow Design and Practice
Computer and Network Architecture
3. Track: Geometric Modelling, Graphics and Visualization
Web3D, Virtual and Augmented Reality
4. Track: Advanced and Emerging Applications
Environmental, Climate and Weather Modelling
Geology and Geophysics
Financial and Economical Modelling
Geographical Information Systems
5. Track: Information Systems and Technologies
Web Based Computing
To submit a paper, please connect to the Submission site from the link available at the ICCSA 2013 web site: https://ess.iccsa.org.
Only papers submitted through the electronic system and strictly adhering to the relevant format will be considered for reviewing and publication.
The submission may fall into the following five categories: Main Conference Theme Papers, Special Session/Workshop Papers, Short Papers, PHD Showcase Papers and Poster Papers.
MAIN CONFERENCE THEME PAPERS
The submitted paper must be camera-ready, between 10 and 16 pages long and formatted according to the LNCS rules. Please consult the URL https://www.iccsa.org/authors-instructions for formatting information and templates.
SPECIAL SESSIONS/WORKSHOPS PAPERS
The submitted paper must be between 10 to 16 pages long for LNCS publication, or 6 to 11 pages for CPS publication, and should be formatted according to the LNCS or CPS rules, respectively.
Please consult the URL https://www.iccsa.org/authors-instructions for formatting information and templates.
Reporting preliminary results of ongoing research. The submitted paper must be between 4 to 5 pages long formatted according to CPS rules. The Short Papers will be presented during the conference and will be published by CPS.
PHD SHOWCASE PAPERS
Reporting ongoing research already achieving significant results and primarily carried out by Ph.D. students and junior researchers. The submitted paper must be between 5 to 8 pages long formatted according to CPS rules. The PHD Showcase Papers will be presented during the conference and will be published by CPS.
Reporting preliminary results of ongoing research. The submitted paper must be between 3 to 4 pages long formatted according to CPS rules. The Poster Papers will be presented as posters during the conference and will be published by CPS.
Each paper must deal with original and unpublished work, not submitted for publication elsewhere (copyright problems fall entirely under responsibility of the authors). Each paper will be reviewed by at least three experts in the relevant field (acceptance rate was 28% in 2005, 26% in 2006 and 28% in 2007, 29% in 2008, 30% in 2009, 29% in 2010) ensuring the publication of only top quality contributions.
When a paper is accepted at least one of the authors has to register to the conference and deliver the related talk. Failure to do so shall lead to rejection of the application to attend next year conference and the exclusion of the paper for the current year proceedings.
- Advances in Web Based Learning - AWBL 2013
- Big Data: Management, Analysis, and Applications - BigData 2013
- Bio-inspired Computing and Applications - BIOCA 2013
- Computational and Applied Mathematics - CAM 2013
- Computer Aided Modeling, Simulation, and Analysis - CAMSA 2013
- Computer Algebra Systems and their Applications - CASA 2013
- Computational Geometry and Applications - CGA 2013
- Chemistry and Materials Sciences and Technologies - CMST 2013
- Cities, Technologies and Planning - CTP 2013
- Computational Tools and Techniques for Citizen Science and Scientific Outreach - CTTCS 2013
- Econometrics and multidimensional evaluation in the urban environment - ENEENV 2013
- Energy and Environment – Scientific, Engineering and Computational Aspects of renewable energy sources, energy saving and recycle of waste materials - EMEUE 2013
- Future Information System Technologies and Applications - FutureCSTech 2013
- Geographical Analysis, Urban Modeling, Spatial statistics - Geo-and-Mod 2013
- International Workshop on Agricultural and Environmental Information and Decision Support Systems - IAEIDSS 2013
- International Workshop on Biomathematics, Bioinformatics and Biostatistics - IBBB 2013
- International Workshop on Collective Evolutionary Systems - IWCES 2013
- Mobile Communications - MC 2013
- Mobile-computing, Sensing, and Actuation - Cyber Physical Systems - MSA4CPS 2013
- Mining Social Media - MSM 2013
- Parallel and Mobile Computing in Future Networks - PMCFN 2013
- Quantum Mechanics: Computational Strategies and Applications - QMCSA 2013
- Remote sensing Data Analysis, modeling, interpretation and Applications: from a global view to a local analysis - RS 2013
- Soft Computing for Knowledge Discovery in Databases - SCKDD 2013
- Software Engineering Processes and Applications - SEPA 2013
- Spatial Data Structures and Algorithms for Geoinformatics - SDSAG 2013
- Software Quality - SQ 2013
- Security and Privacy in Computational Sciences - SPCS 2013
- Technical Session on Computer Graphics and Geometric Modeling- TSCG 2013
- Tools and Techniques in Software Development Processes - TTSDP 2013
- Virtual Reality and Applications - VRA 2013
- Wireless and Ad Hoc Networking - WADNet 2013
- Warehousing and OLAPing Complex, Spatial and Spatio-Temporal Data - WOCD 2013
Please pay attention, when submitting your contribution to one of the above listed Sessions, to select the right entry in the listbox shown in the submission form.
Please refer to the URL:https://www.iccsa.org/sessions
for updated information about the Sessions.
An author is enabled to change the session associated to a submitted paper until the submission deadline is expired, by resubmitting the paper into the system.
March 10, 2013: Deadline for paper submission to the General Tracks
(Sessions may select a different deadline)
April 15, 2013: Notification of Acceptance and Early-bird Registration starts.
May 8, 2013: Early-bird Registration ends.
May 8, 2013: Submission deadline for the final version of the Papers
June 24-27, 2013: ICCSA 2013 Conference
The proceedings of the Conference will be published both by Springer-Verlag and Conference Publishing Services (CPS).
1. The selected top quality Theme Papers and Session Papers having adopted LNCS, will appear in the Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series (paper length: 10-16 pages).
2. The selected top quality Session Papers having adopted CPS, will appear in the CPS Proceedings (paper length: 5-11 pages).
3. The Short Papers, PHD Showcase Papers and the Posters will be published in the CPS Proceedings (paper length: 4-5, 5-8 and 3-4 respectively).
a selected number of top quality papers, after the Conference, the
authors will be requested to extend the paper in order to be published
as special issues in appropriate international journals.
By submitting the paper to ICCSA conference, all authors agree to abide by all ICCSA conference paper submission, publication and presentation policies. Namely, authors confirm that the work is original, has not appeared in literature in any form in the past and will not be submitted to any other venue concurrently with ICCSA submission or until it appears in ICCSA proceedings (in the case of acceptance). Furthermore, upon paper acceptance, authors agree to transfer copyright on the accepted paper to ICCSA, and one of the authors will register the paper and present the paper
at the event.
No paper withdrawals can be accepted after Conference pre-registration
date or within three months of the actual event, whichever date comes
first. Paper withdrawal request can be only accepted in writing through
email, letter or fax to conference organizers.
The conference has no responsibility for any intentional or accidental misuse, misinterpretation, or failure to follow above rules and conditions and holds no legal, civil or other responsibility for opinions, content or utilization of any methods/algorithms expressed in the Conference Proceedings.
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, University of Perugia
Via Vanvitelli, 1
e-mail: osvaldo <at> unipg <dot> it