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EUROPKI'08

Fifth European PKI Workshop

16-17 June, 2008, Trondheim, Norway  
 


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Submission of papers
The Workshop welcomes original papers from academic, government, and industry contributors dealing with the above or related issues. Papers, which describe ongoing research or provide an excellent surveying work, are welcome too. All submissions will be subjected to a thorough blind review by at least three reviewers. Papers should be up to 6000 words in English, including references and well-marked appendices.

Submission site at EUROPKI'08 at Easychair is closed.


Preparation and submission of accepted papers

Here is the guide for the contributing authors to the Springer LNCS proceedings camera-ready paper preparation .
Deadline for submission Wednesday, April 16.
Submit to europkichairs@item.ntnu.no

Detailed information on Springer's LNCS webpage where nearly all information relevant contributing authors
regarding the LNCS print/electronic publication process can be found.  
Here is a basic excerpt of this.

  1.  Your paper must be typeset in LaTeX using a special Springer LNCS documentclass 'llncs.cls'.
     Basically, your LaTeX source file must start with the \documentclass{llncs}.  You may use 'typeinst.tex' as a template/guide for your own source input.
  2. For typesetting details consult with the document 'typeinst.pdf' guide.
  3. You must submit the following for cameraready production of your paper:
 (a) Complete and sign (by the corresponding author on behalf of all authors) a copyright form 'copyrightEuroPKI08.pdf'.
      Send a signed copy by email either digitally signed or scan to file, or fax to: +47 73596973
     
 (b) Generate a 'copyright_yourname.txt' file with one line giving the name of the corresponding author and the email address.
     
 (c) Provide the following  files:
       (i) The LaTeX2e source file.
       (ii) The PS/EPS or PDF/JPG files for all figures in your paper.
       (iii) Any further special style files and fonts you have used together with your source files not generally available at CTAN.
       (iv) The resulting DVI file.
       (v)  The resulting PDF file you generate, up to -16- pages. (for checking and reference).
 
Wrap all your files in a .zip or similar and send by email within Wednesday, April 16.


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