We invite submission as "full-length paper" (up to 12 pages) or as short paper (up to 6 pages) in PDF format. The accepted submissions will appear either as full-length or short journal papers in Elsevier Computers & Graphics, special issue 35(3).
Submissions should conform to double-column, single spacing, 10pt with embedded figures. Corresponding LaTeX style file and examples can be downloaded here. All submissions will be handled via the Elsevier EES system following a two-stage peer review cycle.
December 3, 2010 - Abstracts due December 10, 2010 - Full papers due January 28, 2011 - First reviews notification February 13, 2011 - Rebuttals due March 8, 2011 - Final acceptances notification March 14, 2011 - Camera-ready papers due
To submit your paper:
- Prepare an anonymous version (you can use this LaTeX style template ).
- Go to http://ees.elsevier.com/cag/, click on "submit paper" in the top menu and log in (you will have to create an account if you don't have one already).
- Pick "Special issue: SMI 2011" in the drop-down list of article types.
- Continue following the system's prompts. Most steps are self explanatory, just a few additional details follows...
- When prompted to select an Editor, please select "Guest Editors 2011".
Regarding "Additional Information" please use the following answers:
Q: How did you learn about the journal?
A: From Shape Modeling 2011.
Q: Please provide the names etc...
A: Niloy Mitra and Olga Sorkine (email@example.com).
- While uploading files, please follow the following order:
- Upload 'graphical abstract' (this can simply be any image from your paper).
- Upload 'research highlight' (simple text file of a few lines should be sufficient).
- Upload paper-pdf using "Manuscript - must not contain any author details".
- Create the submission pdf.
- Read/accept 'ethics in publishing'.
- Check created pdf.
- Approve submission when ready - you will receive email confirmation.
Last Minute Notes for Submitters:
- The order of the submission parts is not important!
- The 'graphical abstract' and 'research highlight' are not too important, only the paper itself will be judged.
- For large files, authors may upload their files to an FTP site. They can indicate on their submissions that the files are available at the FTP site. The said site is hosted by Elsevier for large files provided by the authors for their papers. For further information, you may visit our support and help site: http://support.elsevier.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/570/
- Good luck!
For any more questions please send email to firstname.lastname@example.org