The conference accepts paper in three paper categories:
The page limits are recommendations, but not obligatory. If the paper exceeds the recommended size, please contact the editing committee (Chairman Hannu Jaakkola).
Important links related to the paper submission and management are:
Because the final print is published by IOS Press, we follow their instructions and format. The EJC Paper Portal is maintained by the Komazawa University (Professor Naofumi Yoshifda).
The papers must be formatted according to the formatting instructions. Please use only "English fonts" (ANSI/ASCII or UTF-3) in your paper, and embed all the fonts you used (if neccessary). No extra hidden codes, nor any other features that are specific to a special computer (or language) environment should be included in any form. Otherwise reviewers may not be able to open and read your paper. Once a submitted paper is found to be unreadable, the reviewing process may be stopped automatically without asking the second submission.
HAW Hamburg, Germany
Prof. Marina Tropmann-Frick
1. Registration of the paper: Paper registration is made in our Paper Portal using its "Abstract Submission Interface". In the registration phase
The paper code and password are sent by email to the author; please keep this information so that you will find it later. Because of that, check carefully the validity of the email address given to the system. Please, do your paper registration only once to avoid confusion in the paper management.
2. Submission of a paper for review: Prepare your paper using Word or TeX according to the formatting instructions (link above).
3. Submission the "conference version" of the paper: The authors are expected to improve the paper according to the comments of the reviewers. The final "conference version" of the paper will be submitted to the EJC Paper Portal. Prepare a zip-package including the following items:
4. Submission of the final paper (for the IOS journal print after the conference): The paper presented in the conference will be published after the conference in the final journal print. The papers must be improved according to the comments and discussion in the conference. Submission procedure of the final version of the paper is the same as in the Step 3.
The Editing Committee has right to withdraw any paper from the ﬁnal journal print, if the proposed improvements are not implemented or if the paper is not technically prepared according to the formatting rules. The program committee has also right to withdraw the paper that is not uploaded to the paper management system for final editing inside the given time frame or if the paper does not follow the editing style nominated.
Prof. Dr. Marina Tropmann-Frick
Professor for Data Science
Department of Computer Science
University of Applied Sciences Hamburg
Tel.: +49 40 428758418
E-Mail: Marina.Tropmann-Frick [at] haw-hamburg.de