Gold Coast 17 – 20 December 2017
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre
- Paper submission types
- Initial paper upload
- Final paper upload
- Plagiarism policy
- Interactive papers (posters)
- Paper awards
Paper submission types
Following contributions are sought:
- Contributed papers:
- Initial submission: up to six pages
- Final submission: up to six pages
- Practitioner papers:
- Initial submission: an abstract
- Final submission: between two and six pages
Invited Session Proposals:
- An invited session proposal must be submitted via PaperPlaza.
- Proposals should be up to 2 page long submissions comprising of:
- Title of the invited session including justification of the session topic
- Title and an abstracts of each invited paper; and
- Names and affiliations of the invited paper co-authors.
- An invited session consists of 6 papers
- Upon submission and the acceptance of their invited session proposals, the main session organiser will receive an invited session code and be asked to distribute it to paper co-authors before they submit invited session papers.
- The six invited session papers have to be submitted separately by the respective authors in the format prescribed for submission of contributed papers. Each paper in a proposed invited session will be individually reviewed and thus may not be accepted. Consequently, IPC may decide to add another contributed paper to the invited session if it is on the topic of relevance to the invited session.
- The submission deadline for invited session papers is the same as for contributed papers.
All these submission options are subject to the same submission deadline. Please note that these page limits are hard limits. Longer submissions will not be accepted. There will be no provision for paid over-length submissions (page charges).
All papers submitted to ASCC 2017, whether for review or publication upon acceptance, must be written in English and formatted in the standard 2-column format for IEEE Control Systems Society conferences. Both, the Initial submissions and Final submissionsmust use the A4 paper format only.
- Follow this link for detailed instructions on how to prepare a compliant pdf file for submission to ASCC 2017. You will find LaTeX style files (the recommended option), MS Wordtemplates and information about the correct settings to convert your LaTeX or MS Word file to compliant pdf there.
- Please use the online pdf compliance test with ASCC 2017 selected as the conference before trying to upload your paper.
- Papers must be submitted through the PaperCept Conference Management System (scroll down the page for the ASCC 2017 submission link).
- Authors of accepted papers are expected to attend the conference and present their work. For details please see the ASCC 2017 Conference Registration Policy.
For details on how to upload your submission, please go to the “Paper Submission” section below.
Initial paper upload
Please carefully read the Information for Authors, above, before submitting a paper to ASCC 2017.
Paper submission is through the PaperCept Conference Management System (scroll down the page for the ASCC 2017 submission link) at controls.papercept.net/conferences/scripts/start.pl.
Once you arrive at controls.papercept.net/conferences/scripts/start.pl and its paper submission page, please select a one of the following submission options:
- Contributed Paper
- Practitioner Paper
- Invited Session Proposal
- Invited Session Paper
Final paper upload
- Submission of final papers must be completed via the Papercept website at https://controls.papercept.net/conferences/scripts/start.pl by/before 01 October 2017. Note that any paper for which the final version is not uploaded by the due date will beconsidered as withdrawn.
- The transfer of Copyright Agreement form should also be prepared before uploading the final paper. To access the Copyright Agreement please click here
- The final paper submission process also requires that you update the Abstract and make any final changes to the author list and title of the paper before uploading the paper. This information will be used as-is for the Final Program, so please becertain to check your entries carefully. Any authors not updated on the submission site will not be included in the final program of the conference.
- Submissions consisting of up to six pages are accepted. This page limit is hard limit. Longer submissions will not be accepted. There is no provision for page excess fee payment.
- A number of papers will be presented as interactive (poster) presentations and only a set of papers selected by the Program Committee will be presented as oral presentations. To confirm the type of your presentation, please check the conference websitelater in September when the Technical Program is finalised.
- Electronic submission for final papers and abstracts is scheduled to open on 22 September 2017.
- Detailed instructions regarding registration process are available from the Registration menu option above. Note that a Full Registration fee must be paid first to enable the upload of your paper. Each additional paper can be uploaded for a reduced fee as per details shown at the Conference Registration site.
- While uploading the Copyright Form we suggest that you use Firefox or Chrome instead of Internet Explorer, to prevent copyright upload issues to IEEE.
Each submitted paper must represent original work that neither has appeared or has been accepted to appear elsewhere for publication, nor is simultaneously under review for another publication, in its current form. If the submitted paper containsany of the (co)authors' previously published work(s) as a basis for the submission, the previous work(s) must be cited and indication must be given as to how the new submission offers substantive novel contributions beyond those of the previouslypublished work(s).
In accordance with the IEEE Policy, all submissions will be tested for similarity and overlap with prior published material using the iThenticate tool. Results of such overlap will be made available to the Program Committee for evaluation. In caseof possible violations of the IEEE ethics rules in publishing, the case will be handled in accordance with the IEEE CSS guidelines and may be reported to the IEEE Control Systems Society Committee for Ethics in Publishing. The IEEE CSS guidelinesfor handling complaints on plagiarism are available here.
Interactive papers (posters)
Based on the decision by the Conference International Program Committee, some papers will be included in oral sessions while some papers will be included in interactive (poster) sessions.
If your paper is included in a one of interactive (poster) sessions then you will have to prepare presentation of your paper in line with the following instructions to ensure that your paper will meet specific compliance requirements.
- Poster Boards are 2400mm high and 1200 wide.
- Therefore, posters must be printed in portrait orientation, and must be no larger than A0 paper size (841mm wide, 1189mm high).
- There will be Velcro dots in the G17_Foyer to secure posters to the boards. Pins cannot be used as the boards have a hard surface. We suggest that you laminate your poster.
The following awards will be presented at the Conference:
- Shimemura Young Author Prize
- Best Paper Award
- Best Application Paper Award
- Regular Papers (drafts)
- 28 July 17 (Final)
- Invited Session Proposals
- 24 July 17 (Final)
- Workshop Proposals
- 28 July 17 (Final)
- Author notifications
- 22 September 17
- Early registration deadline
- 30 September 17
- Final Papers
- 01 October 17
- Workshops & Tutorials
- 17 December 17
- 17 - 20 December 17