It is our pleasure to announce that the symposium’s revised papers will be published as a post–proceedings volume by the Springer Verlag in the prestigious LNCS (Lecture Notes in Computer Science).
LNCS is published, in parallel to the printed books, in full-text electronic version in Springer’s digital library SpringerLink. Springer Verlag offers the zero-cost option of giving registered symposium participants and contributing authors (probably also including those co-authors who could not attend the meeting) temporary free access to the online version of the post-proceedings on SpringerLink by means of a multiple-user token. Access is granted for approximately four weeks, starting a few days after publication of the (electronic) post-proceedings.
You can find information for authors of Springer Computer Science Proceedings as well as guidelines for proceedings authors here.
Please note that the length of the contribution has been extended to 12 +/- 2 pages.
Please consider the reviewers’ comments and suggestions during the preparation of your symposium presentations. Reviewers’ comments and feedback during the symposium presentation should be taken into account when preparing the camera-ready version of the submitted papers. The deadline for the camera-ready papers is October 30, 2016. All manuscripts that received a score less than 2 will receive additional feedback from an editor of the volume. Therefore, such contributions should already be revised and sent to the relevant editor by October 10, 2016. Authors will be informed of the editor assigned to their manuscript at the symposium.