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Abstract guidelines
The abstract should not be longer than 250 words. The PDF file containing the full submission can be uploaded later, but anyway before the expiration of the submission deadline.

Full paper guidelines
The submission of the full paper should be done using the Springer OCS system, with the same account used for the submission of the abstract. Articles should be prepared according to the LNCS recommendations and templates and they should be at most twelve page long. All papers must be submitted in electronic format as PDF files before the submission deadline.

The CTIC 2016 proceedings will be edited by Springer in the LNCS series. We therefore ask all authors to conform to the LNCS guidelines for submission. Please notice that we ask all authors to submit only using LaTeX.
Springer-LNCS Author Instructions (PDF)
Springer-LNCS LaTeX Package (ZIP)
Springer asks authors to fill the copyright form below. The form must be signed manually and not electronically. Please notice that only authors employed by the EU (as an institution) have to tick the particular box at the end of the form. Equally, the box for US Government employees should only be ticked by US Government employees. If some authors work in a country in the European Union but are not EU employees, then they should not tick that box.
Copyright form for CTIC 2016 (PDF)


Abstracts and papers must be submitted online using Springer OCS system: https://ocs.springer.com/ocs/home/CTIC2016.
At least one co-author must create an OCS account.

The proceedings of the conference will be published in the Lecture Notes in Computer Science series by Springer.



Oral presentations should be planned for a total of 25 minutes (a 20 minute presentation plus a 5 minute discussion). Please refer to the scientific program for a detailed schedule.
For the oral presentations, speakers will have access to a computer. PowerPoint and PDF based presentations will be accepted. If needed, a member of the organization team will be available for help.

Endorsed by the IAPR