Due to high demand from authors and organisers form Europe, Asia – Pacific and the Americas, the deadline for all type of contributions has been extended to 19 January 2018.
The International Programme Committee invites ITS experts to submit their contributions to be considered for presentation and publication at the ITS World Congress in Copenhagen in 2018.
Technical Papers may address the institutional, business, societal and economic aspects of ITS and include technical subjects.
Scientific Papers should concentrate on research and scholarship and they will be independently refereed to academic journal standards.
Commercial Papers should describe near-market work rather than pre-market work. Authors working for or in close collaboration with commercial companies are welcome to submit papers.
A draft submission will be required for each paper. The reviewers will need enough content to be able to judge your paper appropriately, so for Technical or Commercial Papers we require a minimum of 5 pages and a maximum of 10 pages (for the final paper). Scientific Papers we require a minimum of 7 pages and a maximum of 12 (for the final paper).
A limited number of Special Interest Sessions will be included in the programme, in addition to conventional presentations, discussion sessions, executive and plenary sessions.
To ensure as wide a range of sessions as possible, and to give an equal opportunity to all potential session bidders due to the increase competition for slots, the International Programme Committee will apply the following criteria:
N.B. Upon completion of our contribution the system will automatically generate an acknowledgment e-mail with details of your submission. This is a confirmation of receipt and not a proof of acceptance.
|Call for Contributions deadline:||extended to 19 January 2018|
|Status notification to paper authors and SIS organisers:||End March 2018|
|Re-submission deadline for Conditionally Accepted papers:||4 May 2018|
|Final paper submission deadline:||2 July 2018|
|Speaker registration deadline:||2 July 2018|
For more information about papers and sessions submissions please contact: