Important dates

Paper submission: July 29, 2016 August 21, 2016 (final extension!) (authors, via easychair)
Notification (1st round): September 21, 2016 (from PC chairs to authors, via email(s))
Revision due: September 29, 2016 (authors, via easychair)
Final Notification: October 07, 2016 (from PC chairs to authors, via email(s))
Camera-ready submission: October 15, 2016 (authors, via easychair)

Regular paper submission

Authors are advised to submit their original and unpublished work (related to the theme of conference). All submissions should be written in English with a maximum paper page length of 14. Authors should take a note that it is a double-blind submission. Authors should not disclose their names, affiliations, funding sources, and previous works that help find them via web search engines. For a quick example, authors cannot cite their previously published papers saying "in our previous works [2,4]".

We recommend using the LaTeX template for preparing submissions. Note that it is the authors' responsibility to upload PDF using the easychair. The template for preparing the paper can be downloaded by clicking on the following links: LNCS proceedings template (using \documentclass{svproc}). To access the file, please select guest, and use author.tex.

Submissions should be made through the RTIP2R 2016 Easychair Paper Submission Web Page.

In our review, in the very beginning, if authors do not follow double-blind submission policy, RTIP2R will go for a desk rejection. The review process takes into account both the quality in writing and the scientific impact of the work. Authors should clearly identify the problem, their contribution(s), justification with respect to the state-of-the-art works. The program committee would like to review those, who develop, argue, and provide results.

Also, note that the RTIP2R team take care of plagiarism (even self-plagiarism) as a serious professional misconduct. All papers will be screened for plagiarism and the RTIP2R team will reject in case there exists significant overlap with the previously published papers/papers.

Position and/or abstract paper submission

Besides regular submissions, the RTIP2R is also accepting position and/or abstract (2 to 6 pages LNCS format) for poster presentation and scientific discussion during the event, from early career research scientists, MPhil, MTech and BTech students. This brings an opportunity for them to meet established research scientists/professors. Therefore, the RTIP2R team strong suggests to participate.

In general, such position and/or abstract papers should portray a short report of work in progress or an arguable opinion about facts, methods, procedures or results of scientific research. Note that it should be related to one of the conference topics. The collection of accepted position and/or abstract papers will be published in a separate proceedings with ISBN, and distributed during the event. Abstracts can also be published in CCIS, Springer if the review committee recommend to do so.

Invited paper submission

Besides regular submissions, the RTIP2R team is also inviting "papers" to be published in the category of "invited paper" in the conference proceedings. Well-known research scientists and professor must have received an invitation from RTIP2R team. The primary reason behind this is to improve the quality of the conference proceedings.

About what should the invited paper look like?, paper format and page length, submission and important dates and expected number of invited papers for CCIS, Springer publications, please follow the email you have received. After consulting with RTIP2R team, we have a slot of 15 invited papers (depending on the page length, and note that page length of 10 is normal). Therefore, the team strongly encourage to submit their abstract as soon as possible.