Author Information / DRM Workshop Paper
Workshop authors MUST submit their manuscripts through the EDAS web site http://edas.info/ together with a short abstract (approximately 150 words) using the EDAS web site forms. Please note that authors must create their own accounts in the EDAS web site http://edas.info/ before submitting paper(s). Manuscripts may only be submitted in PDF format.
Manuscripts must be written in English and follow the instructions in the Manuscript Formatting and Templates page
Document templates are located at:
Papers should be no longer than five (5) pages. A cover page should be added and it should include paper title, abstract, list of keywords indicating the paper's topic area (preferably from the list in the call for papers - see the Call for Papers page), authors' full names, affiliations and complete addresses, telephone numbers and electronic mail addresses.
Papers submitted by students may be considered for the Student Best Paper Award, which includes full conference registration and a plaque signed by the ComSoc President. To be eligible, the student must be the sole author of the paper, or the first author and primary contributor. A cover letter or email to the Technical Program Chair must identify the paper as a candidate for this competition at the time of the submission. The winner of the award will be announced during the conference.
All paper submissions will be carefully reviewed by at least three experts and reviews will be returned to the author(s) with comments to ensure the high quality of the accepted papers. The authors of accepted papers must guarantee that their paper will be presented at the conference. For further information on the DRM Workshop please contact:
DRM Workshop Chair: Madjid Merabti, Liverpool John Moores University , UK , M.Merabti@livjm.ac.uk
Quick guideline on submitting papers through EDAS:
- Log on to http://edas.info (Enter your EDAS user id and password. If this is your first time using EDAS, you will need to set up an account.)
- Click on go to the current list of conferences and special issues .
- Look under Accepting Submissions . Click on CCNC2006 IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (in the third column under Submissions and Management). You will be brought to the paper submission page titled "EDAS: IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference."
- On the paper submission page, you will find a list of tracks/sessions as shown below:
Choose the appropriate track/session for your paper/proposal and click on the corresponding button.
Please notice your paper may not be reviewed properly if appropriate track/session is not selected.
| CCNC2006 Demonstration proposals
|| CCNC2006 Demonstration proposals
| CCNC2006 DRM Workshop
|| CCNC2006 DRM Workshop
| CCNC2006 Enabling Technologies Track
|| CCNC2006 Regular technical papers Enabling Technologies track
| CCNC2006 Networking Track
|| CCNC2006 Regular technical papers Networking track
| CCNC2006 Novel Applications Track
|| CCNC2006 Regular technical papers Novel Applications track
| CCNC2006 Special Sessions
|| CCNC2006 Special session technical papers
- Fill in the submission form including the authors, paper title, and paper abstract.
- Double check the information you provided in the form and click on the 'submit' button.
- Upload your paper. We accept PDF format only.
- You will receive a notice from the conference if we encounter any printing problem or other problems.
Technical paper submission deadline: 8 July, 2005
Paper acceptance notification deadline: 15 September, 2005
Final camera ready paper submission deadline: 7 October, 2005
Author registration deadline: 1 October, 2005
- Every paper accepted for publication in the Proceedings of CCNC 2006 MUST be presented during the conference. Accepted papers may be presented in either oral format or poster format. The format of presentation does not differentiate the quality of the paper. A paper's format of presentation will be decided by the conference program chairs based on the paper topic and session allocation. For those who desire to have a more interactive presentation opportunity, you can request to present your paper in a poster presentation session in your cover letter. The conference program chairs will properly consider your request.
- Every paper accepted for CCNC 2006 MUST have attached to it at least one registration at the full member/nonmember rate. Thus, for a paper for which all authors are students, one student author will be required to register at the full registration rate. For papers where at least one author is already registered at the full rate, this fulfills the obligation for up to four papers where all the other authors are students.
A limited number of Student Travel Grants are available to those student authors who will be presenting papers and are unable to obtain funding to attend the symposium. The form will be available on the web on or after 1 September, 2005 .
BEST PAPER AWARD
There will be a Best Paper Award (BPA) for the best submitted paper. Potential candidates for awards will be identified during the normal review process. A special independent Awards Committee will be formed to evaluate the candidate papers to select the award winners. The Awards Committee has the right to give the award to one paper, not to give an award, or to split the award among several papers. The BPA winner shall be announced and a plaque signed by the ComSoc president will be given to the BPA winner during the CCNC2006 award ceremony.
BEST STUDENT PAPER AWARD
There will also be a Best Student Paper Award (BSPA) for the best submitted student paper. A plaque signed by the ComSoc president will be given to the BSPA winner during CCNC2006 award ceremony.
Qualification and requirement for Best Student Paper Award:
To be eligible, the student must be the sole author of the paper, or the first author and primary contributor. A cover letter to the TPC Chair must identify the paper as a candidate for this competition at the time of submission.
Potential candidates for awards will be identified during the normal review process. A special independent Awards Committee will be formed to evaluate the candidate papers together with their presentations and to select the award winners. The Awards Committee has the right to give the award to one paper, not to give an award, or to split the award among several papers.