We are also pleased to announce that the proceedings will be published in the Lecture Notes of Computer Science series by Springer.
Important! Please fill out this form and include it in the camera ready
Submission Deadline: July 14, 2023 (AoE on CMT)
Authors Instructions - Camera Ready Submission
To ensure a smooth and successful camera ready submission process, please follow the instructions provided below:
The proceedings will be published by Springer in the Lecture Notes of Computer Science series.
Please use the respective Word or LaTeX templates provided by Springer for the final camera ready submission. These templates can be found here:
Note that the camera ready format will be in a single-column layout, different from the double-column format used for the initial submission.
The maximum page limit for your paper, excluding references, is 16 pages.
Opt-out Procedure for Springer Proceedings:
The inclusion of your paper in the Springer Proceedings is optional.
If you wish to opt-out of having your paper published in the proceedings, please directly contact the publication chair, Andreas Maier.
Provide your decision to opt-out and any relevant details to Andreas Maier via email.
Final Camera Ready Submission:
The final camera ready submission will be made through the CMT System: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/ML4MHD2023
Prepare a zip file containing all the necessary files for your submission.
Ensure that your submission documents, including the paper and any supplementary material, follow the formatting guidelines mentioned above.
Use a four-digit number based on your paper ID as the basis for naming your submission files. For example, if your paper ID is 17, the filenames should be 0017.tex and 0017.docx for the paper in LaTeX and Word formats, respectively.
Fill this form, and included with all the documents
Finally, compress all the required files into a single zip file, named 0017.zip based on the example above.
Please ensure that you carefully adhere to these instructions for the camera ready submission to avoid any delays or complications in the publication process. Should you have any further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to reach out to the publication chair, Andreas Maier (firstname.lastname@example.org).