Poster Paper Submission

We solicit poster papers of early stage work, especially from students and young researchers to promote fruitful discussions with other participants and speed up the research. A poster paper must describe the content of the poster, such as the motivation of the work, the idea to approach the problem, and preliminary results (if any). Authors of non-accepted regular papers are encouraged to submit poster papers.

A poster description must be no more than 2 pages in the IEEE conference proceedings format. Authors are welcome to submit their manuscripts at, which will be open after the notification of acceptance of the regular papers (June 1st).

Available Equipment:
Each poster paper is provided a panel to set up the poster. In addition, a small desk in front of the panel and power supply are provided if the authors wish to conduct a demo of their systems. Note that the power supply can host only 1 or 2 laptops or mobile devices per poster, but servers and other energy-hungry systems cannot be hosted. If the authors wish to conduct a demo, please contact the program co-chairs no later than 30 days before the conference.

Workshop Paper Submission (SCAI)

Paper Submission

Both research and industry track papers are solicited. All papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format. The submitted manuscripts must describe original work not previously published and not concurrently submitted elsewhere. Submissions must be no more than 6 pages in the IEEE conference proceedings format (two-column, single-space). Each paper is peer-reviewed by the program committee members, and the authors are notified of either "accepted for a long presentation", "accepted for a short presentation", or "reject". A long presentation will be given a 30-mins slot (including Q&As) and a short presentation will be given a 20-mins slot (including Q&As) at the conference. Note that authors of a short presentation do not need to shorten the paper itself. Accepted papers will be included in the IEEE Xplore and will be EI indexed. Authors of non-accepted papers are encouraged to submit a poster descriptions.

The authors should submit their papers through the submission web page at

The reviews are single-blinded. The names and affiliations of the authors are visible to the reviewers via EasyChair.

No Show Policy:
For each accepted paper, one of the author(s) is required to register and attend the conference to present the work. If he/she does not give a talk at the conference, the paper will *NOT* be included in IEEE Xplore nor EI indexed. If the authors have, or anticipate, unforeseen circumstances endangering or preventing the presentation, they must contact the Program Co-Chairs. Any alternative arrangements require approval by the chairs.
See the IEEE Computer Society Paper Submission Policies for more detailes.

Workshop Proposal Submission

Submission of proposals should be made by sending an email to Ryota Shioya (