Research papers should describe original work that has not been submitted (or accepted) for publication elsewhere. They will be evaluated based on their scientific and technical contribution, originality, and relevance. Submissions of regular research papers must be in the PDF format (IEEE 2-column, no more than 8 pages). We welcome short papers reporting on-going research activities (same format, 4-6 pages).
Application-reporting papers may describe on-going tools, recap best practices, offer demonstrations, or propose system architecture design. They must be in the PDF format (IEEE 2-column, no more than 8 pages).
Templates for MS Word and Latex can be downloaded from here.
Submissions to ACOMP must not be considered for publication elsewhere (e.g. being reviewed/revised towards a journal article or submitted to another conference).
Submit your paper(s) / report(s) through ACOMP'2021 Conference Management hosted on Easychair.
ACOMP'2021 Proceedings will be published by the Conference Publishing Services. All the presented papers are to be submitted to the IEEE Xplore and IEEE CS Digital Library. Post-conference publication opportunities include a special issue with Springer Nature of Computer Science. ACOMP proceedings have been indexed by Scimago, Scopus Preview, DBLP and other major bibliography portals since 2015.