Paper Submission
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The PRIME 2017 Call For Papers is available for download.

The working language for the conference is English, which will be used for all presentations and printed material.

Paper Submission Process

The submission process has two stages:

  • Initial Submission (From 22nd December 2016 until 17th February 3rd March 2017)
  • Final Submission (For accepted manuscripts only, after 15th April 2017)

Initial Submission

The PRIME 2017 Conference will accept only electronic submission of the paper(s) in PDF format. Paper Specifications:

  • Paper Length: The maximum number of accepted pages is 4, including all figures, tables and references. Papers exceeding the 4 page limit will be automatically rejected.
  • Paper Size: Only US Letter (8.5" x 11") or A4 (210mm x 297mm) formats are allowed.
  • Paper Format: Authors should prepare the manuscript according to the IEEE double column conference paper template style.
  • File Size: The size of the PDF files submitted should not exceed 2.0 MB.

Reviewing Process

Papers submitted for review must clearly state:

  • the purpose of the work;
  • how and to what extent it advances the state-of-the-art;
  • specific new results and their impact.

The degree to which the paper deals with these issues will affect whether the paper is selected. The most frequent cause of rejection of submitted papers is lack of new results. Only work that has not been previously published at the time of the Conference will be considered. Submission of a paper for review and subsequent acceptance is considered by the Committee as an agreement that the work will not be placed in the public domain prior to the Conference. The quality of the conference will be guaranteed by a thoroughly selected Technical Program Committee, which will provide feedback to the Authors.

The first author/presenter of each paper must be a student. Based on the reviewer’s and the awards-committee's evaluation top 30% papers will be awarded as follows:

  • The GOLD LEAF Certificate for the top 10% papers.
  • The SILVER LEAF Certificate for papers between top 10% and top 20%.
  • The BRONZE LEAF Certificate for papers between top 20% and top 30%.