Publishing in Springer Computer Proceedings
Information for Authors of Springer Computer Science Proceedings
Below you will find Springer's guidelines and technical instructions for the preparation of contributions to be published in one of the following series or subseries: Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS), Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence (LNAI), Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics (LNBI), LNCS Transactions, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing (LNBIP), Communications in Computer and Information Science (CCIS), Lecture Notes of the Institute for Computer Sciences, Social Informatics and Telecommunications Engineering (LNICST), and IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology (IFIP AICT), formerly known as the IFIP Series.
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Key Points to Note
The LaTeX2e Proceedings Templates are available in the scientific authoring platform Overleaf.
Access to your published paper
If the conference organizers opt for 4-week free access to the volume on SpringerLink, then participants are able to access all papers via the conference website during this period (usually around the time of the conference).
Conference organizers may also purchase printed books and/or USB-sticks containing navigable content for distribution amongst the participants.
If you have included your email address in the header of your paper, you will receive an email from Springer (roughly four weeks after publication of the volume) linking you to your personal “My Springer” page. From here, you will be able to download the pdf of the entire volume. You will find more details here. If the email address in the header is a life-long address, then Springer will be able to make all your publications accessible from one page.
Springer’s policy on content sharing is given on the following page: http://www.springer.com/gp/springernature/landing/content-sharing
Inserting your ORCID
Springer is the first publisher to implement the ORCID identifier for proceedings, ultimately providing authors with a digital identifier that distinguishes them from every other researcher. ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID) hosts a registry of unique researcher identifiers and a transparent method of linking research activities to these identifiers. This is achieved through embedding ORCID identifiers in key workflows, such as research profile maintenance, manuscript submissions, grant applications and patent applications. Apply for an individual ORCID at www.orcid.org and include it in the header of your paper.
If figures, tables, animations or text quotations from copyrighted works (including websites) are included in your paper, permission must be obtained from the copyright holder (usually the original publisher) and the author(s) for both the print and the online format. Please take a look at the following page for more details: http://www.springer.com/de/authors-editors/book-authors-editors/book-authors-helpdesk/rights-permissions-and-licensing/19392.
Self-plagiarism, duplicate submissions and “salami publishing” are not acceptable. Kindly refer to the following page for guidelines on publishing ethics, conflict- of-interest statements, and more.
If you wish to extend your Springer Computer Science proceedings paper for publication as a journal article, the following principles must be followed: a) the extended version has to include at least 30% new material; b) it has to cite the original publication and c) it must include an explicit statement about the increment (e.g., new results, better description of materials, etc.).
Each contribution must be accompanied by a Springer copyright form, a so-called 'Consent to Publish' form. Modified forms are not acceptable. The corresponding author, who is also marked as such in the header of the paper, must sign the form on behalf of all of the authors of a particular paper, having gained their permission to do so. He or she signs and accepts responsibility for releasing the material on behalf of any and all co-authors. Digital signatures are not acceptable.
The corresponding author must be available to check the paper before it is published. Please note that once a paper has been delivered to Springer, changes relating to the authorship of the paper cannot be made. Authors’ names cannot be added or deleted, their order cannot be changed, and the corresponding author cannot be altered.
Information for volume editors
If you would like to know more about the tasks of the volume editors, please take a look at the information for editors of Springer computer science proceedings.