IPMU 2006 - Instructions for authors, special sessions and track on real applications
IPMU 2006 - Instructions for presentations
All presentations will be done with a video projector. Computers will be available in all rooms.
All submitted papers should present research advances. Contributions will be selected based upon their quality as evaluated by at least two reviewers.
A number of special sessions will be included in the program. Authors will be invited to contribute to these sessions. The special sessions will be chaired by recognized experts in the topics. Proposals for special sessions are welcome to be considered by the program committee.
One full registration will cover acceptance of up to two papers; each additional accepted paper associated with the same registration will be subject to an additional fee.
Camera Ready Paper
Each paper accepted for the conference (Oral presentation, track on real applications, poster) must be uploaded on the website (after March 1 and no later than
Please, to prepare your camera ready paper, follow the guidelines that are given below.
The authors should electronically submit their papers, written either in English or in French, not later than
The only allowed formats for the submission are PDF and Postcript.
All the camera ready papers should be written on two columns with an overall width of 16 cm (7.6 cm each column and 0.8 cm of space between columns). Left and upper margins should be of 2.5 cm, and the length of the text of 24 cm. The normal text should be in Times 11 points. The pages must not be numbered. Paper title is centered. Authors' names are centered too.
Footnotes must be numbered and placed at the bottom of the column where they appear.
Citations must include the reference number between brackets. References must be sorted by the author name.
All figures must be centered. The number and caption of the figure must always appear below the figure.
All tables must be centered and clear. The number and title always appear above the table.
The word acknowledgements must be aligned to the left, not numbered and bolded.
LaTeX and Word style and eps files can be downloaded by the following links:
Track on real applications
A track is organized on real applications of the methodologies dealt with by the IPMU 2006 conference. Industrial products and softwares developed by companies or research laboratories are concerned. The contributors to this special track will not be required to submit a paper for publication in the proceedings. Any material related to the track will be gathered in a separate booklet. Oral presentations by the contributors will be included in the program of the conference. A regular registration allows participants to submit a communication in this track and no additional fee is required.
A paper accepted in the poster session will be published in a separate booklet that will be given to all participants.
Thus, a paper accepted as a poster should be uploaded on the website. This camera ready paper should be no longuer than 4 pages length, and should respect the general guidelines and paper format given in this page.
During the conference, two poster sessions will be organized. During these sessions, each poster will be displayed on a specific board. The size of the poster should be set to paper size A1 (height: 84 cm x width: 59.4cm).
There will be no oral presentation of a poster paper but the author of the poster will stand near the poster during the poster session in order to answer questions from participants.
A special session should be composed by at least 4 papers. All communications must present research advances and no state of the art.
The session organizer can take care of the reviewing process or can ask the communications to follow the standard reviewing process. He must inform the secretariat of his choice. In any case, all communications must be reviewed by at least two reviewers.
Secretariat IPMU 2006
Secretariat IPMU 2006
Pôle IA, LIP6,
Université Pierre et Marie Curie
8 rue du Capitaine Scott, 75015 PARIS, FRANCE
Fax: +33 1 45 75 08 90
Last updated: July 24th, 2009.