Conference proceedings

The RTIP2R 2016 proceedings will be published with a Vol. 653 in CCIS, Springer. The proceedings will be available via the SpringerLink digital library. CCIS is abstracted/indexed in DBLP, Google Scholar, EI-Compendex, Mathematical Reviews, SCImago and Scopus. We aim to publish conference proceedings online a fews days ahead of the event.

For authors, to get their papers published in the conference proceedings (CCIS, Springer), an accepted paper is required to register for the conference at the full rate, and attend the conference. All accepted papers must be presented at the conference by one of the authors.

Types of paper & its page restriction

Long papers: 10 pages min. (and 15 pages max.)
Short papers: 6 pages min. (and 09 pages max.)
Invited talk: abstract (2 pages max.)

Camera ready preparation

Before you start preparing your camera ready, make sure which category your paper has been accepted: long or short.

We strictly recommend you to use latex template. The template for preparing the paper is provided below:

✓ LaTeX template for rtip2r: LNCS (with \documentclass{svproc}).

The template can also be downloaded by clicking on the following links: LNCS proceedings template (and use \documentclass{svproc}). To access the file, please select guest, and use author.tex.

Be sure that you manuscript has been completely compiled (with no warnings and errors), and it is under your responsibility. Please avoid your title such as Mr., Dr. Mrs. and Prof. in the manuscript - it is nor required and we will remove them if exists. References must be cited in the manuscript.

If plagiarism has been committed, the paper on SpringerLink is given a “retracted” stamp, and an erratum explaining the reasons for the retraction (i.e., plagiarism) is inserted. In addition, the volume editors and the author’s academic supervisors are informed. Please note that a retracted paper remains visible, with its “retracted” stamp. It does not simply disappear. Therefore, authors are requested to follow the same.

For more detailed info., we suggest authors to follow guidelines provided above in the zipped file.

Consent to publish

Please fill the following document, sign it and submit along with your manuscript.

✓ Copyright transfer: consent to publish.


Deadline for camera ready submission: Oct 15, 2016.

Sooner is better, since we plan to publish proceeding a few days before the event. Do not hesitate to write email ( or call (see home page) for any important/urgent queries.

Where to submit?

Authors should send a complete directory: all latex source files that should contain TEX files, final pdf, figures, tables and references (zipped), together with signed copyright transfer.

Email ID:
Email subject: [paper ID]: rtip2r-2016, camera ready and copyright transfer
Zipped file name:

The email ID: is just for submitting camera ready copy.


Email subjects for Paper ID 33 and 88, respectively should be written exactly what are provided in the following:

✓ [paperID 033]: rtip2r-2016, camera ready and copyright transfer
✓ [paperID 088]: rtip2r-2016, camera ready and copyright transfer

Zipped file names for Paper ID 33 (of 13 pages ) and 88 (of 8 pages), respectively should be made exactly what are provided in the following:


Real source files

You may want to download following "LATEX SOURCE FILES" that help you prepare your manuscript: