The organizers seek original, novel and innovative papers containing experimental results and theories. Papers addressing topics related to the conference themes should be submitted electronically via PaperPlaza in the indicated format and length below. You can also submit a video as a supplementary material along with your manuscript, for instance to demonstrate your experimental results.
All contributed papers will get through a peer-review process. A manuscript will be reviewed by at least two referees, who will leave review comments. When the paper is finally accepted in oral or poster presentation, the author should submit a revised final version that reflects reviewers’ comments. All accepted and presented papers will be published in the series, “Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems (LNNS)”, Springer as conference proceedings. During the registration process, authors can select whether or not an accepted paper be published in the LNNS. The series Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems (LNNS) is indexed by SCOPUS, INSPEC, WTI Frankfurt eG, zbMATH, SCImago. The conference proceedings will be downloaded from a virtual platform at the time of the conference. The ISBN number will be released after the conference in two months.
Prospective authors should submit their papers electronically in PDF format on the website below. Papers should be in a single column format on 21cm x 29.7cm A4 size paper. Paper length should be at least six pages and at max twelve pages. Authors are advised to follow the Springer styled paper format and refer to the samples below. Please note that page numbers should be removed from a manuscript.
If you are ready to submit a paper, click HERE for submission.
Final Manuscript Submission Guideline
Authors with accepted papers must submit the required documents below by October 31, 2021. At least one author of each paper must register for the conference in order for the paper to be included in the conference proceedings. When you are ready for the required documents below, upload them on PaperPlaza.
1. Final PDF file for the digital conference proceedings
2. LATEX sources or MS Word file optionally for LNNS of Springer Convert the editable files into a pressed file; .rar or .zip
3. Signed consent to publish form in pdf for LNNS Springer publication
Post Publication: PeerJ Computer Science
A limited number of papers will be selected out of the contributed papers for publication of PeerJ Computer Science, the Computational Learning for Robotics – RiTA 2021 Conference Collection. Collection editors will review contributed papers and have excellent articles published in the special issue next year. Please refer to the Journal information of RiTA 2020 Conference Collection.