Submission Instructions

This article is intended for authors who wish to submit a paper or abstract though EasyChair. We recommend conference organizers to make a link to this page from their submission pages instead of writing their own instructions.

This article discusses a submission procedure to EasyChair. It is recommended for first time users or for everyone having a problem to submit.

Workflow

In a nutshell, the procedure for submission is the following:

  1. Create an EasyChair account, if you dod not have one yet
  2. Follow the submission link from the conference Web site
  3. Log in
  4. Click on "New Submission"
  5. Fill out the submission form and click on "Submit"

All these steps and potential problems you can have are described in the following sections. We assume that you would like to submit to the conference CATSS-99 (99th Conference About Topics of Slight Significance).

Create an EasyChair Account

To submit, you need an EasyChair account. If you do not have an EasyChair account, you should create one. We have a help article explaining how to create an account

If you already have an EasyChair account, ignore this step. You do not need a separate account for each conference to which you submit.

Follow the Submission Link

The conference you are submitting to should have a link to the EasyChair entry page for this conference. You can also receive such a link by email. Currently, such links have the form https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=XXXwhere XXX is a sequence of letters and digits. For example, when you submit to CATSS-99, you can expect the page to be similar to https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=catss99. However, you should not be surprised if the link is different, for example because there may be more than one conference hosted by EasyChair and having acronym CATSS-99. Some acronyms are very popular, so we can have a dozen of different conferences using the same acronym (but different submission pages). For this reason you should never ever try to guess the entry page - the probability of ending up with a wrong conference can be very high

When you click on the submission link, one the following things will happen:

  1. You see a page like