Short and Long Papers
Short (4 pages, including references) and long (8 pages, including references) papers should be submitted by July 20, 2019 via EasyChair using this link. Please use the ACM 2 column SIG Conference Proceedings template for your submission. K-CAP is not a double-blind conference, hence authors should list their names and affiliations on the submission. Papers submitted to the main conference track should not have been published before in an archival venue, or currently be under review in an archival venue. Authors are welcome to submit papers that have been published as a preprint on arXiv, or in a non-archival venue like a workshop.
Workshops and Tutorials
Workshop and tutorial proposals should be submitted as a single PDF file of no more than 4 pages. The submission should be done by June 1, 2019 via email at workshopsAndTutorialsKCAP@gmail.com, and please specify in the subject line whether the submission is in the Workshop or Tutorial category. Please use the ACM 2 column SIG Conference Proceedings template for your submission. All enquiries should be directed to workshopsAndTutorialsKCAP@gmail.com as well
Author ResourcesACM has partnered with Overleaf, a free cloud-based, collaborative authoring tool, to provide an ACM LaTeX authoring template.
- Overleaf is a collaborative platform: Authors can easily invite colleagues to collaborate on their document.
- Authors can write using 'Rich Text mode' or regular 'Source Mode.' This is useful for cross-disciplinary collaboration in the cases where some authors prefer to write in LaTeX while others might prefer a word processing format.
- The platform automatically compiles the document while an author writes, so the author can see what the finished file will look like in real time.
- The template is available at Overleaf.