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ITAB 2010, 3-5 Nov. 2010, Corfu, Greece

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LinkSCEEM HPC Life Sciences Meeting

June 5th:
ITAB 2009 Student Paper Competition
Students are encouraged to submit their papers for the ITAB 2009 student paper competition.

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Paper Submission and Publication

The submissions should contain original, high quality, not submitted or published elsewhere work. Papers should strictly follow IEEE format and have a page limit of 4 pages. Extended papers of 5 or 6 pages will be considered, and the authors will be charged with an additional fee of 25 or 50 Euro, respectively. All accepted papers will be included in the proceedings of ITAB 2009 that will be published by the IEEE (expecting confirmation soon).

Extended versions of selected papers of the conference will be invited for publication in special issues of the IEEE Transactions on Information Technology in Biomedicine, and other International Journals (SCI Indexed).

You can use the template provided (click here to download the MS template)

In order to upload the pdf version of your paper please visit:

ITAB 2009 Student Paper Competition

Students are encouraged to submit their papers for the ITAB 2009 student paper competition, following the regular paper submission procedure (as documented above). Submissions will be evaluated based on their originality, scientific merits, structure, and clarity of composition. All submissions will be peer-reviewed and finalists selected based on the merits of submissions must attend the Conference and present their papers as either a platform or poster presentation. First, second and third place winners will be selected and these winners will receive monetary awards. The award winners will also be invited to submit their work in journal special issues on topics related to the conference.

Student Paper Competition (SPC) Guidelines

Students interested in participating in the competition should:

A student may submit only ONE entry.

The Review Process

SPC submissions will be reviewed in the usual manner by the Conference Editorial Board for their suitability to be included in the technical program of the Conference. Those receiving high scores in the initial review will then be reviewed by the SPC Committee to short-list the Finalists. The nomination by faculty advisors is a very important document here (remember it must be received by the paper submission deadline).

The Finalists

First, Second, and Third place winners will be selected based on the technical merits of the work, professionalism of the presentation, and verbal communication skills.

The three overall winners of the SPC will receive an engraved plaque and an honorarium of 500 Euro for the first placed winner, 300 Euro for the second placed winner, and 200 Euro for the third placed winner. All Finalists will receive Certificates of Merit.