We invite authors to submit papers reporting unpublished research results in the KKIO’s research categories. The papers ought to justify the claim of novelty with proper references to the literature, with a clear description of the previous work and proper explanation of the novelty of proposed ideas. The results ought to be explained and validated with means such as examples, case studies, formal models and/or proofs, experiments, simulations, when appropriate. We invite also papers concerning novel, but well defined, research ideas and approaches that are at an early stage of investigation. These ideas do not have to be fully validated, however their novelty should be well documented by references to literature documenting the already known research achievements.
The submission for the Springer series “Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing” (AISC) should not exceed 15 pages in the AISC format .
We seek papers concerning applications of research ideas in practice and the application of innovative techniques, methods and tools to industrial case studies. The papers ought to provide a realistic and verifiable picture of the current state-of-the-art in software engineering, describe the context of a practical application and include proper references to the literature. It ought to explain also why the proposed solution is innovative, what may the industrial impact be and provide an explanation of the methodology used.
The submission should not exceed 14 pages in the format.
We invite also submissions on topics concerning software engineering education. These papers ought to describe clearly a novel approach to teaching and the underlying methodology. Novelty of such an approach should be justified with proper citations of the existing literature and must be validated using a well defined method. The submission should not exceed 14 pages in the AISC format.
All submissions must be unpublished, original and not submitted for publication elsewhere. Authors should strive to quote the relevant papers published in the KKIO proceedings (see http://kkio.pti.org.pl/en/history/).
In exceptional and well motivated cases, the PC Chairs may grant an extension to the page limit.
Contributions from more applied related fields in industry and commerce are very welcome.
All accepted papers must be presented by one of the authors – the early registration is mandatory.
Paper Preparation (Springer)
Format: Book manuscript guidelines (download Manuscript preparation; Layout & templates)
Springer provides templates for LaTeX users that help structure the manuscript: download
We recommend the LaTeX template. However, Springer provides templates for Word users as well: download
Length: up to 16 – 18 pages (see above); in exceptional cases, we can grant more pages on request.
Consent to publish/copyright form: Springer
(These documents are also available on the EasyChair website)
Springer papers should contain original research that has neither been published nor submitted for publication elsewhere. We kindly refer the authors to Springer’s ethics website.
Paper Preparation (Polish Editors)
Format: LaTeX and Word
Length: up to 16 pages (additional pages maybe granted upon request)
COPYRIGHT: Please upload a signed and completed copyright form to EasyChair system as soon as possible: Word i PDF.
You can scan the form into PDF or any other standard image format.
Each paper is to be submitted electronically as a single PDF file through EasyChair at kkio2018
Camera-ready Paper Submission
Each camera-ready paper (and Consent to publish/copyright form) is to be submitted electronically as a single file through EasyChair
(Select: My Submissions-> Add or update files) at kkio2018