Camera Ready Papers
For your convenience, we have summarized in the “Author Guidelines” document how a proceedings paper should be structured, how elements (headings, figures, references) should be formatted using our predefined styles, etc. We also give some insight on how your paper will be typeset at Springer. The PDF of the Authors Guidelines containing the complete sets of instructions and templates for the different text preparation systems and can be downloaded from the link given below.
Springer has developed LaTeX style files and Word templates to help you prepare your paper. LaTeX is the preferred format for texts containing several formulae, but Word templates are also available below.
Camera-ready papers shall be prepared using Springer template (preferably in LaTex) with following page limit.
· Full Papers (up to 12 pages)
· Short Papers (up to 6 pages)
Please also email your Word/ LaTex source file to email@example.com
Please carefully take into account the enclosed comments by the reviewers when preparing the camera-ready version. However, note that you CANNOT make the change to the title of the paper (except suggested by the reviewer), the authors or author order of the paper, and the body of the original reviewed paper. We reserve the option to use the accepted version of your paper if we feel that the updated version differs substantially from what the reviewers accepted.
Springer Copyright Form Submission
Along with the final camera-ready paper, the authors also need to submit a signed Springer IETE Copyright form. The form can be downloaded from the following link:
At least one author MUST BE REGISTERED for the conference before due date (mentioned in acceptance notification). Failure to register will result in removal of the paper from the Springer proceedings. Registration has already started. Early bird registration is up to January 15, 2019 (Tus) 11:59:59 PM (IST) .
For more information regarding registration please visit the following link: https://www.mind2019.in/author-info/registration
To ensure the standard of the conference, the paper MUST BE PRESENTED at the conference by one of the authors.