Submissions (Call for papers)
Paper submission: 17 May –
03 September 04 October 2021 Extended deadline!
Acceptance decision: 25 October, 2021
Camera-ready: 15 November, 2021
Conference dates: 9 – 10 December, 2021
No Registration Fees
The organisers of 9th MIDI Conference decided that the conference will be available free of charge for both presenting and non-presenting participants.
Open access for proceedings book
This year the proceedings of the MIDI conference will be published in open access formula, which will greatly improve visibility of your research in the scientific community. According to data from Springer Nature, open access books have 2.4 times more citations,
10 times more downloads, and 10 times more online mentions than non-open access books.
Best Paper Award
This year National Information Processing Institute and Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology together funded the Professor Krzysztof Marasek Best Paper award that will be awarded to TWO papers, in the amount of 500 EUR for each awarded paper!
How to prepare your paper
The minimum page size for full papers is six pages and the maximum is eight, including references, appendices, acknowledgements and any other materials. Papers over eight pages in length will not be published in the conference proceedings.
Short papers may be submitted between four and six pages, with the same conditions as full-length papers. Short papers exceeding six pages will not be published in the conference proceedings. All accepted authors, regardless of the mode of presentation, are welcome to prepare papers for the conference proceedings.
When preparing your paper please use the following template:
How to submit your papers
All papers for the 9th MIDI Conference should be submitted using the Easy Chair conference system.
All submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by at least three independent referees from the MIDI programme committee. All work should be submitted via the MIDI submission page.