Please follow paper submission instructions carefully, as papers of the incorrect format may not be accepted for publication.
Please note that it is expected that each paper accepted for publication will be presented at the conference by a registered delegate.
Preparation of Papers
Papers for submission to IT&T conference must be formatted according to the instructions provided in the ITT paper template. Both MSWord and LaTex templates are provided, however, papers must be converted to a high quality PDF (Portable Document Format) file before submission. No other format can be accepted. PDF files must have all fonts embedded. The PDF file must not exceed 2MB in size. Authors with difficulty providing their paper in this format, please contact the conference chair.
- ITT paper template (LaTex and BibTex): itt_paper_template.tex itt_paper_template.bib
- ITT paper template (MS Word): itt_paper_template.doc
Full papers are required for submission. The maximum paper length for final papers is 8 pages (tables, figures, appendices, etc. included). Papers in excess of this limit will incur an excess page charge of 100 euros per excess page. There is a strict limit of 3 excess pages (11 pages total).
To ensure correct indexing of the proceedings, all author names must be in first name, last name format.
Submission of Papers
Papers are to be submitted through the ITT online paper submission system. Submission to the online paper system requires the author opening an account on the system using a valid email address, which will be used for all subsequent correspondence with the author. Papers cannot be accepted by any other means. The deadline for submission is 1st September 2015. All queries regarding paper submission should be directed to the conference chair. Please note that opening an account on the paper submission system does *not* automatically register the author for the conference. Conference registration information may be found on the registration page.
Poster Presenters are welcome to demonstrate technologies at their poster stands.However they MUST notify the conference organisers in advance of this, and specify any special requirements they may have in terms of electrical supply, tables etc You should notify the organisers as soon as possible of any requirements, the organisers can not guarantee requirements being met if notification is not given with resonable notice.
Download guidelines here
Objective: The research in progress session is designed to inform the conference attendees of the research themes that are being addressed by the presenters. The information on the posters should act as an aid for the presenters in describing their work. While the presenters are free to structure the information as they wish, it is advised that the posters should incorporate a number of common features.
- The posters should provide the name of the presenter(s), research group and their affiliation
- The posters should include
- a short description of the research theme
- related work and standards
- the status of the work
- the expected outcomes/output
- related papers and contact information
- Bullet points should be used where possible
- Diagrams should be used to explain the technical work and associated architectures
should be included.
- The presenter should bring single page handouts which summarise the work and
provide contact details
*Please note that the total display will be limited to ONE A0 poster printed in PORTRAIT FORMAT