Instructions for Authors

Paper submission

The workshop paper submission and review process is being conducted in following manner:

  • Peer-review process
  • Paper format is 4+1 pages
  • Accepted papers to be presented in oral and poster sessions
  • Accepted papers will be published on-line on the workshop website and as electronic proceedings

Requirements

Papers are in format of 4+1 pages. Papers are maximum 5 pages, including all text, figures, and references, with the 5th page containing only references.

  • The provided template has to be used (either Latex or Word template below).
  • Papers must be submitted by the deadline date.
  • Accepted papers must be presented at the workshop.

Paper templates

Latex template (279 KB)
version 1.1 (.zip)
Word template (70 KB)
version 1.0 (.doc)



Submission

Instructions to complete the submission process:

  1. Create a user account in the Submission system.

  2. Select Your Submissions in the menu. Using this system you can submit a contribution to the DCASE 2017 Challenge and also to DCASE 2017 Workshop.

  3. Select Workshop Submission.

    • Please fill in names and affiliations of all authors.
    • Fill in submission details (title and abstract).
    • Mark if the main author is a student.
    • Check the copyright form box.
    • At the next step you will be able to upload the paper.
  4. Upload the paper

  5. The system will send a confirmation email.

Deadlines and Important Dates

Oral presentation

Each presentation is allocated 15 minutes, plus 5 minutes time for questions.

  • To achieve appropriate timing, organize your slides around the points you intend to make, using no more than one slide per minute. A reasonable number of slides is 14-17.

  • Please come to the room prior to the session to transfer your presentation from USB stick to the presentation computer.

Poster presentation

Please prepare a poster of maximum A0 size (841 mm x 1189 mm, 33.1 in x 46.8 in) in portrait orientation.

Plan the content of your poster such that it conveys the key ideas - it should not include all the details; you can describe them in person to people. Please prepare a short presentation of your work (5-10 min) that you can periodically give throughout the poster session to people that are interested.