The following are to be taken into account for an accepted paper:
It is expected that at least one author secured the required financial support for registration fees. Use the "Registration Form" link on the conference web page to get the instructions for registration. As the preliminary and final program are based on 'registered papers', it is important this step is done as soon as possible, before the deadline.
Papers which are not timely registered can not be considered for publication in the proceedings or in any libraries. For any email exchange please use to the information at the top of the registration form.
Please consider the reviewers' comments sent along with the acceptance letter. It is important to keep the length of the final version close to the version that has been reviewed to preserve the quality of the paper.
Use the "Camera ready " link on the conference web page to get instructions and steps to be followed for submission. Be sure you proceed the step for Copyright Transfer Form, as the paper becomes IARIA Copyright. Note that the camera-ready paper is sent to the Xpert Publishing Services site, which is handled by the proceedings' production editor. Proceed through all steps, until you get the confirmation from the publication system system.
A presentation slide deck should be about 12-14 .ppt slides, covering about 20 minutes of presentation. No special format is required; use your own organization's template, if there is one. There will be a computer (MS Power-Point Reader, Adobe Acrobat Reader), video-projector, and laser pointer in each conference room. Bring your presentation on a Memory Stick or bring your own computer. Try to present the slides, not to read them!
The session chair will introduce every paper/speaker and keep the schedule on time. Each presenter should provide a brief biography to the session chair, before the session starts.
Biography should be 2-3 paragraphs long, printed or clearly written by hand, containing:
Note: this is rather very short, not a Resume.
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