ICARIS 2012
Taormina Taormina Taormina Taormina Taormina

Abstract/Poster/Short presentation submission deadline: 15th June 2012



Submissions for Computational Immunology, Immunoinformatics, Theoretical Immunology, & Systems Immunology track on (28-29 August 2012)

In this track authors are kindly requested to submit only an abstract via the submissions section of the website: Abstract Submissions.

After the submission your abstract will be provided of an identification number that you will receive by email.

All abstracts submitted will be reviewed. Any abstract can be accepted as oral or poster presentation. During the submission authors must make clear which tracks the paper should to be considered for.

All accepted abstracts will be published in a book of abstracts. Full versions of the best works on this track will be published in the Natural Computing.

Submissions for Immunological Computation, Immune-inspired Engineering, Immune-inspired Heuristics track on (30-31 August 2012)

In this track authors may submit their manuscripts in two different ways: regular paper or abstract.

Regular paper

All papers will undergo a rigorous review process, and they should be no longer than fourteen (14) pages. The authors' names shall not be blinded for the reviewing process.

All accepted papers will be published in Springer's series Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

Authors are requested to submit a PDF file at the link https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icaris2012 following the formatting instructions at the Springer-Verlag LNCS site.

The authors of best papers will be invited to extend their work for publication in Natural Computing .

Abstract paper

The abstract must be submitted via the submissions section of the website: Abstract Submissions.

After the submission your abstract will be provided of an identification number that you will receive by email.

All abstracts submitted will be reviewed. Any abstract can be accepted as oral or poster presentation. During the submission authors must make clear which tracks the paper should to be considered for.

All accepted abstracts will be published in a book of abstracts.