|FINAL SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS|
This page contains instructions for authors for submitting camera-ready final manuscript papers for publication in the proceedings of CSC 2011. If you have any questions related to publications, please contact the Publication Chair, Chuan Wu.
In order for your paper to be included in CSC 2011 conference proceedings and IEEE Xplore®, you need to complete these three steps:
Your accepted paper will appear on IEEE Xplore® - the IEEE Digital Library, and it is important that your submitted PDF file meets the specification for IEEE Xplore®. Failing to submit an IEEE Xplore® compatible PDF file may result in the file not being included in the conference proceedings. Please refer to the IEEE document "Simplified Requirements for Creating PDF Files for IEEE Xplore®" for more information.
The following information is intended to guide you on formatting your final paper, ensuring your PDF file is IEEE Xplore® compliant.
2. Submitting your Final Manuscript
Once you are satisfied with the final manuscript after formatted and checked by IEEE PDF eXpress TM Plus, then log into your IEEE PDF eXpressTM Plus account and approve your PDF for our collection.
Authors are required to transfer the copyright of their accepted papers to IEEE. This form is available here in: Word and PDF. Please fill out (title, author names and IEEE publication title) and sign the form, then scan it into a PDF file, and mail it to the Publication Chair at email@example.com.
For the IEEE Publication Title in the Copyright form, please fill in
2011 International Conference on Cloud and Service Computing
You must approve your camera-ready paper PDF in your IEEE PDF eXpressTM Plus account, and email the signed IEEE copyright form to us no later than Oct. 29, 2011 11:59pm EDT. If you fail to comply, the paper will NOT be published in the proceedings. (Though you may see a different deadline on IEEE PDF eXpressTM Plus, please comply with the deadline here on this webpage.)
ONE Full registration must be paid for EACH paper to be published in the proceedings. See more registration information.
IEEE reserves the right to exclude or remove a paper from the proceedings if the paper is not presented at the conference.