19th International Conference on Information Systems Development,   Prague, Czech Republic, August 25 - 27, 2010

Formatting Guidelines

Conference proceedings will be published by Springer after conference performance (probably in 2011).

During the conference participants will get published list of paper abstracts.

Preparing a Book Manuscript

The page limit for conference papers is 12 pages

In order for accepted papers to appear in the published proceedings, authors must edit their papers to comply with the ISD 2010 Springer template (Word or LaTeX):

Manuscript Preparation in Word

A document template has been prepared by Springer for use with Word 2000 or 2003. Predefined style formats are available for all the types of content that are part of the manuscript, and these formats can be easily accessed via hotkeys or special toolbars. Please download files onto your PC and read the instructions.

Manuscript Preparation in LaTeX

Springer has developed LaTeX2e macro packages, which can be used for ISD 2010.

Paper submission

Paper submission is possible at EasyChair login page https://www.easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?conf=isd2010

Additional information for the camera-ready version of your paper

The camera-ready version of your paper should be a zip file named as surname of the main author and extension zip (e.g taylor.zip).

Following files should be packed in this zip file:

  • source file for the paper - word or LaTeX file   (e.g. taylor.doc or taylor.tex)
  • pdf file   (e.g. taylor.pdf)
  • each figure in a separate file   (e.g. taylorFig1.tif, taylorFig2.gif)

This zip file should be uploaded using the EasyChair system until 26 June 2010.

Please note that there is a restriction of 12 pages (maximum) for your camera-ready paper. If you exceed this limit, we may not be able to include your paper in the published proceedings.

In your revised camera-ready Microsoft Word submission, please remove all fields (e.g. auto-numbering, cross-references, captions, EndNote reference fields) as these may cause difficulties for the editors when compiling papers into a single volume.

Papers which do not comply with the specified guidelines will be returned to authors. If formatting problems are not corrected by authors, their paper will be omitted from the volume of published proceedings.

Organiser email

Department of Software Engineering, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague