Submissions must report results from original research and not have been submitted to or published in other conferences or journals. Submissions must be a maximum of 10 pages, in 2-column format, and use font sizes of no less than 10 pt. Quality of the paper is the primary consideration, and is not synonymous with length. The length of a submission should be tuned to the nature of the topic addressed.
ICCPS provides LaTeX and Word templates. If you choose to use another word processing system, it is your responsibility to ensure it conforms to the specifications.
Submission to ICCPS are single-blind (authors and affiliations should appear on the paper). All papers must be submitted through the conference submission site.
Each submission will be reviewed using a peer-review process by the ICCPS 2015 Program Committee. Then review process will be typical of high-quality IEEE and ACM conferences. Papers that are clearly not appropriate, whether in quality or scope, will receive an early decision (December 7, 2015).
Instructions for the submission of final manuscripts can be found here.