All papers submitted to ICANNGA05 should be written in English, using the paper format indicated below and not exceeding 4 A4 pages. Authors should carefully check for correct grammar and spelling of their manuscripts.

Each paper should clearly indicate the nature of its technical/scientific contribution, and the problems, domains or environments to which it is applicable.

Authors must also indicate the conference track to which the paper is submitted.

Authors should use the ICANNGA05 web-based submission facility to submit their papers and fill in the information regarding the contact author. This facility will automatically send a submission acknowledgement, by e-mail, to the "contact author".

Those unable to use the web-based procedure can send an e-mail to the secretariat with: title of paper, author(s), affiliation(s), contact details, list of keywords, the abstract, and an attached file containing the paper.

The Programme Committee will review all papers and communicate the decision by e-mail to each contact author.



Guidelines for preparing your manuscript:

• Full paper
• English language
• 4 pages maximum (including all text, figures and references)
• Springer-Verlag Proceedings Style should be strictly used for all submitted papers. Please check and carefully follow the instructions and templates here provided:


Guidelines for submitting your paper:

All papers must be submitted electronically using the Conference's Paper Submission System. Detailed instructions are provided at the submission site.

Only PDF and Postscript files will be accepted. If you do not have a copy of Adobe Acrobat, you can use the free online service at the Adobe website or the free trial from

Paper Submission Deadline: 15th September 2004.

By submitting your paper to ICANNGA 2005 authors warrant that the paper nor any related paper with essentially the same technical content has been submitted to any other conference.

Complete all required fields in the proper format when registering your paper. The Online Paper registration lists all necessary instructions.



Each proposal for an invited session should describe the theme and scope of the proposed session and how the papers form a cohesive and complementary group in the session topic. One session typically contains six (6) papers.

The proposal must contain the title and theme of the session and a list of paper titles, names and email addresses of the corresponding authors. Session proposals must be submitted electronically by the Organizer by July 30th, 2004.

Notification of acceptance will be communicated to the Organiser by September 1st 2004.
Papers of accepted invited sessions must be prepared and submitted according to the instructions for authors of contributed papers.

Invited Sessions Proposals on-line submission



Proposals should provide sufficient information to evaluate the quality and importance of the topic.
Proposals should be 3-5 pages long and contain at least the following information:
- A short summary describing the topic of the tutorial.
- Justification of the importance of the proposed topic.
- Identification of the target audience, including the required background knowledge
- Detailed outline of the topics to be presented. If possible, provide samples of past tutorial slides or teaching materials.

The proposal should contain the name, mailing address, phone number, e-mail address, and web page of the presenter. A short CV showing activity in the proposed tutorial area should also be added.

Tutorial proposals must be submitted by July 30th, 2004 and addressed to the organising committee.

Tutorials Proposals on-line submission