Only original papers written in English will be considered on the basis of a full paper revision. After a first review by the two Chairs for general suitability to the conference, each full paper will be reviewed by members of the IPC. Please send drafts of about 12-17 pages, double-spaced, pdf or ps format. Include a cover page specifying "IMAACA 2012", and stating author's names, affiliations, mail addresses, telephone and FAX numbers, and E-mail addresses.
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE
Notification of acceptance will be sent by June 15, 2012.
CAMERA READY PAPER SUBMISSION
The camera ready paper must adhere to the conference template. The .dot file contains the complete instructions for preparing a camera ready copy for the Proceedings. The final version of the paper must be a PDF file.
Your camera ready paper in PDF format must be submitted by using the submission section before the July 15, 2012.
If your work must be cleared or approved before publication by your institution, company, or governmental agency, please be sure that process will be completed by the due date above or we will not be able to include it in the CD Conference Proceedings.
A full registration is needed in order to guarantee the publication of the paper in the Conference Proceedings. Without registration the paper will not be published in the Conference Proceedings. Further information on Registration and Fees
IMPORTANT! the authors should fill and sign the copyright form.
Good visual aids can greatly enhance the effect your presentation has on the audience. Experience at past conferences has shown that many of the oral presentations have not been adequately prepared. Often an attempt was made to present too much material and too much detail. Visual aids, the primary means to hold the attention of the audience, were often poorly conceived and inadequately prepared. It is our hope that these guidelines will help you prepare a better visual presentation.
IMAACA 2012 sessions are characterized by 3/5 minutes for introductions and then 20/25 minutes per paper, of which 5 minutes should be reserved for audience questions and comments.