This part of
the event provides the opportunity to present work in progress
by doctoral students. The first author of the paper has to be a
student officially enrolled in a Ph.D. research training
programme and the student has to attend to event to present the
This track will aim at creating the
right context for students to receive feedback from peers and
experienced researchers to inform their research. The ethos of
this meeting is to support students in their research and to
create a link between them and AmI.
Doctoral Colloquium submissions
should be at a maximum of 6 pages (including figures and
Authors wishing to submit papers to
AmI’13 should do so through:
Guidelines on Paper submissions for all categories:
Papers must be anonymized to
facilitate blind review. Authors are encouraged to take care
throughout the entire document to minimize references that may
reveal the identity of the authors and their institutions.
Relevant references to an author's previous research should not
be suppressed but instead referenced in an neutral way.
Paper submissions should respect the
maximum number of pages for each category (including figures and
references). Papers must be submitted in PDF format. Accepted
submissions will appear in the Conference Proceedings.
Confidentiality of submissions is maintained during the review
process. After acceptance, a final, revised camera-ready version
of the paper will be required in electronic form to go in the
proceedings. Final camera-ready versions of accepted papers must
be accompanied by a signed copyright form.
submissions for all categories should follow the Springer
guidelines for Proceedings, which is available in this link
and will be published in the Conference Proceedings.