Registration

Since ICMS 2020 is going to be a virtual conference, the fee was reduced considerably, in comparison with previous ICMS conferences. The conference fee is:

Note that we waive the conference fee for all members of MATH+ and SFB-TRR 195.

The registration for ICMS is now open. In order to register proceed as follows:

If you are registered and will not be able to attend ICMS 2020, we will refund the registration fee will for cancellations before July 6, 2020. If you cancel your registration after July 6, 2020, we will not be able to refund the registration fee.

If you have any questions about the registration or if you would like to request a waive of your registration fee due to limited personal funds and funds of your institution, please send an email to Timo de Wolff via "t.de-wolff(at)tu-braunschweig.de".

Submission

Extended Abstract Submission for Sessions

The extended abstract submissions for ICMS 2020 proceedings are now closed. The list of submissions that has been proposed for acceptance can be found here . If you have a submission that has been proposed for acceptance, please see the section for the revisions .

Submission for Software Demonstration

The submissions for software demos are now closed.

Revisions for Extended Abstract Submissions

If your submission has been proposed for acceptance, we kindly ask you to revise your work according to the reviews, and update your submission in EasyChair with a revised version by 9 May 2020. The final acceptance is subject to the condition that you implement the changes requested (if any). Note that you may go beyond 8 pages. However, before you go beyond 10 pages, please, re-check with your session chair.

In order for your submission to appear in the proceedings, you need to register for ICMS 2020 before 9 May 2020.

As announced earlier, the proceedings will be published in Springer LNCS, and hence the authors need to follow the guidelines set by Springer. We remind once more that the authors are required to use the Springer LNCS style which is explained in the Section 2 of Springer’s Guidelines for Authors . Additionally, this means that Springer requires authors to submit a Consent-to-Publish form . If you have not done so, please make sure that this form is filled by the corresponding author of the submission, and please include a copy of the form in the updated version of the submission. Employees of US Government contractors or US Government departments may need additional documents, please see Section 3.1 of Springer’s Guidelines for Authors .

Springer suggests that authors include their ORCID identifier in the headers of their papers. If you already have an ORCID identifier please provide this in the header as requested. If you do not have an ORCID identifier, we strongly encourage you to apply ORCID at www.orcid.org and provide it in the header of the submission's final version. You can find more information about ORCID identifiers in the Section 3.3 of Springer’s Guidelines for Authors .

After the final submission, all of the material will be sent to Springer for publication, and no updates to papers themselves are accepted after this stage. During the publication process, the corresponding author of each paper will be contacted via email by Springer’s typesetting partner, and asked to check the final PDF files of their papers. The purpose of this procedure is to ensure that no errors have crept in during typesetting. Note that this email has to be answered in 72 hours.