14th IFAC (International Federation of Automatic Control) Symposium on System Identification, SYSID 2006, March 29-31


Invited Papers

Invited papers are solicited by an organizer of an invited session. You need to have an Invited Session Code from the session organizer (the person who invited you to write the paper) to submit a paper in this category.

All invited papers will be subject to review and assessment by the Program Committee, who will select a proportion of submissions for inclusion in the conference program. Papers in invited sessions must present original, unpublished work on a topic which falls within the scope of the symposium. Invited session papers must not be currently under consideration for publication elsewhere. Further essential points are:

  • Submissions must be formatted according to the detailed instructions. In particular, they must be no more than 6 pages, except Tutorials in invited sessions which may be up to 12 pages, and should be typeset in two column format, 10 point Times Roman font.

    They may be either full 6 page submissions, or extended abstracts of at least 2000 words that convey sufficient detail as to allow an informed peer review.

  • Submissions will only be accepted in Portable Document Format (pdf). Hardcopy submissions will not be accepted.
  • An accepted submission must be presented at the Symposium in order to be included in the official Congress Proceedings and to have it considered for recommendation to the IFAC and affiliated journals.
  • The preprints of the symposium will contain all the papers presented at the Symposium which have passed the refereeing procedure of the symposium.

How to submit

All papers must be submitted in portable document format (PDF) as a single file. No other electronic formats will be accepted. Papers should be submitted on-line using your web browser.

The steps you must perform in order to submit a regular paper are:

Step 1 Follow the instructions for authors to prepare your paper.
Step 2 Generate a PDF file.
Step 3 Submit your paper at the paper submission web site. As part of this process, you will be required to enter an Invited Session Code that has been supplied to you by the session organiser who invited your paper.

After submission

If properly processed, your submission will be acknowledged by email, providing you with a Paper Code to be used for any further inquiries and correspondence about your submission.