Submission of Papers

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Submission of Draft Papers for Evaluation:

Good News:  Due to the high quality of published papers in the proceedings of CSCE in recent years, this year (2020) ALL accepted papers will be published by Springer Nature. Thanks to the authors for submitting their quality research work to the congress for years.

Publisher:  Springer Nature - Book Series: Transactions on Computational Science & Computational Intelligence https://www.springer.com/series/11769

Indexation: Subject to Springer science indexation which includes: online Springer Link (link.springer.com/), Scopus (www.info.scopus.com), SCI Compendex, EI Compendex (www.ei.org), EMBASE, Web of Science, Inspec, ACM digital library, Google Scholar, EBSCO, and others.

 

Authors are to conform to the common CODE OF ETHICS FOR AUTHORS (The document for the Code of Ethics is available on the submission web site.) Each paper will be peer-reviewed by two experts in the field for originality, significance, clarity, impact, and soundness. In cases of contradictory recommendations, a member of the conference program committee would be charged to make the final decision (accept/reject); often, this would involve seeking help from additional referees. Papers whose authors include a member of the conference program committee will be evaluated using the double-blinded review process. (Essay/philosophical papers will not be refereed but may be considered for discussion/panels).

Prospective authors are invited to submit their papers by uploading them to the evaluation web site at:  https://american-cse.org/ Submissions must be uploaded by the due date (see IMPORTANT DATES) and must be in either MS doc or pdf formats (maximum of 10 pages for Regular Research Papers; maximum of 6 pages for Short Research Papers; and maximum of 3 pages for Extended Abstract/Poster Papers - the number of pages includes all figures, tables, and references). ALL REASONABLE TYPESETTING FORMATS ARE ACCEPTABLE (many authors use Springer's one-column style format for their submissions or IEEE style format: later, the authors of accepted papers will be asked to follow a particular typesetting format to prepare their final papers for publication). Papers must not have been previously published or currently submitted for publication elsewhere.

The first page of the paper should include the followings:

  • Title of the paper 
  • Name, affiliation, postal address, and email address of each author (identify the name of the Contact Author)
  • Abstract (between 100 and 120 words)
  • A maximum of 5 topical keywords that would best represent the work described in the paper
  • Write the type of the submission as "Regular Research Paper", "Short Research Paper", or "Extended Abstract/Poster Paper".
  • The actual text of the paper can start from the first page (space permitting).

 

Submissions are to be uploaded to the evaluation web site portal at https://american-cse.org


Authors are given the opportunity to submit their papers for evaluation in one of the following three paper categories

1. Full/Regular Research Papers (maximum of 10 pages): Regular Research Papers should provide detail original research contributions. They must report new research results that represent a contribution to the field; sufficient details and support for the results and conclusions should also be provided. The work presented in regular papers are expected to be at a stage of maturity that with some additional work can be published as journal papers.

2. Short Research Papers (maximum of 6 pages): Short Research Papers report on ongoing research projects. They should provide overall research methodologies with some results. The work presented in short papers are expected to be at a stage of maturity that with some additional work can be published as regular papers.

3. Extended Abstract/Poster Papers (maximum of 3 pages): Poster papers report on ongoing research projects that are still in their infancy (i.e., at very early stages). Such papers tend to provide research methodologies without yet concrete results.

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