Instructions for the submission of final versions
For publication of the paper in the conference proceedings it is
necessary that at least one author be registered for the
conference before May 1st.
Please do not register if you have applied for a student grant.
The final version of accepted papers, poster presentations, and
demos must be submitted using the conference management system
before April 26.
The final version must strictly adhere to the Springer Verlag
LCNS formatting style and must include a printable final (camera ready) version file an all source files.
No changes to such formatting rules are permitted.
The page limit for the different types of papers is the following:
Authors must download this precompiled copyright form, print it, sign it, send it by fax to the conference organisers:
- full paper: 14 pages
- short paper: 5 pages
- poster presentation and demo: 2 pages
Fax number: + 39 031 3327321
Attention: Piero Fraternali, ICWE04 Programme Chair
Please use the final version submission page of the conference
management system to notify the sending of the fax (check the "I
have faxed the filled copyright form." checkbox).
Manuscripts not conforming to the above mentioned instructions
will not be published in the conference proceedings.
For any questions regarding the submission of the final version of
papers please write to: Piero Fraternali.
Instructions for poster presentations
For the poster format we recommend to use
ISO A1 (about 590x840 mm).
Posters will be attached to the wall.
Technical Papers - Submissions closed
Proceedings of the conference will be published
by Springer Verlag in its
Lecture Notes in Computer Science series.
The paper submission is in two stages:
Papers will be evaluated by the Program Committee according to their
originality, significance, soundness, quality of presentation and
relevance with respect to the main issues of the conference. Submitted
papers may be accepted either as full papers, or as short papers or
- Submit your abstract electronically via the Web not later than February 15th.
Submit your paper electronically via the Web
as PDF file by February 22th. Papers should not exceed 14 pages
and should use the Springer LNCS
style. All papers must be original and unpublished.
Additionally, an extended version of selected papers will be published
in a special issue of the Journal of Web Engineering
after the conference.