25-26 November 2015
Papers and Workshops
Authors who submitted extended abstracts should submit their full paper through their My Page after logging into the portal. Please do not set up a second record for the same paper.
Authors who missed the extended abstract deadline and wish to submit a full paper for review and consideration for inclusion in the Proceedings and Programme can now submit a full paper up to 30 June 2015.
Papers are actively encouraged from private as well as national, regional, international and European Commission funded research programmes. The conference language is English and abstracts should be for case studies, technical, legal or policy papers or proposals to arrange workshops. Proposals related to Entrepreneurship and Innovation, international cooperation, interoperability issues, multi-disciplinary research, eInfrastructures, Smart and Virtual Organisations and papers showcasing commercialisation issues are particularly welcome.
eChallenges e-2014 is technically co-sponsored by IEEE Lithuania and IEEE UK and Ireland Social Implications of Technology Chapter. Final papers accepted for inclusion in the Proceedings (following updates as a result of the blind peer review) and physically presented during the event will also be submitted to IEEE Xplore for publication. Each presenter will present one paper in the Programme.
Thematic areas include
Full Papers - Deadline 30 June
Full papers should be 8 - 9 pages in length using the eChallenges paper template. Papers should focus on a research topic on which a case study, initial or final results can be published. All papers must highlight the level of innovation. General project descriptions are not appropriate.
All draft papers are double blind peer reviewed. Please add co-author details within the online submission form but ensure that no author details are included within the Word document uploaded.
In the case of joint authors, the Conference Organisers will only communicate with the person who uploads the abstract, who is assumed to be the presenter unless we are informed otherwise. Potential authors can submit more than one abstract, but normally an author will not be invited to present more than one paper at the conference, with co-authors expected to register and present other successful submissions.
To download the eChallenges paper template and Guide for paper preparation please right-click on this icon and use Save Target As. All authors must comply with the template and associated guidelines for full papers in order to ensure consistency across the conference proceedings. All papers should be submitted online in Word (.doc 97-2003 version).
Full papers should focus on a research topic on which either a case study, initial or final results can be published. All papers must highlight the level of innovation. General project descriptions are not appropriate.
Papers or sessions can take the form of:
- Presentation of innovative ICT achievements
- Discussion of current status of eAdoption in a specific industry sector, country or region
- Lessons learnt - business/government case studies
- Lessons learnt from regional and national programmes and initiatives
- Discussion of ERA or International Cooperation oriented issues
- Discussion of existing and emerging standards
- Discussion of future oriented technologies
- Discussion of IPR, legal and contractual issues
Please refer to Paper Submission for more details.
Please refer to workshop submission for detailed criteria for proposals for workshop or tutorial sessions
Publishing schedule for e-2015
The publishing schedule for e-2015 is as follows:
- Paper abstracts and workshop proposals submitted by 30 April 2015
- Provisional acceptance provided by 31 May
- Draft final papers (papers from extended abstracts and new papers) submitted by 30 June
- Provisional acceptance of draft final papers with IPC feedback provided by 31 July
- Final papers to be delivered electronically by 31 August for editorial review and quality check
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