Camera ready submission


Only authors with accepted papers should prepare a final camera ready paper.
 
Papers must meet the following 3 conditions in order to appear in the LNCS Proceedings of IPMI 2015:
  • Authors should address the reviewer's comments.
  • Authors should upload to the CMT website (before March 23th 23:59 PST) a zip file with the source files (latex/word) of the camera-ready version of the paper, a file stating list of changes in the revised manuscript.
  • Provide a signed the LNCS copyright form.

The authors should upload to the CMT website a zipped folder containing:
  • The camera ready paper, i.e. if using latex provide all source files and original figures necessary to build the paper, if using word provide the paper as a single word document. Please name the main build file as PaperID.tex or PaperID.doc (e.g. 10.tex, where 10 is your paper ID number)
  • A pdf file containing a list of revisions and changes made in the revised manuscript. This file should be named "Comments.pdf".
  • The LNCS copyright form. In this document, the volume editors should be “Sebastien Ourselin, Daniel Alexander, Carl-Fredrick Westin, M. Jorge Cardoso” and the conference name should be “Information Processing in Medical Imaging 2015”
  • The zip file should be named IPMI2015_PaperID.zip (e.g. IPMI2015_10.zip, where 10 is your paper ID number)

Finally, the authors need to ensure that:
  • Make sure your revised manuscript addresses as much as possible all the required changes outlined by the reviewers.
  • Keep note of modified content and provide a PDF with a summary description of the changes.
  • The proceedings will be published as Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Please read carefully the information for authors from Springer. You must use the LNCS templates (LaTeX2e or Word) available on the Springer website Springer website to prepare your paper.
  • The proceedings will be prepared in full-colour and the maximum number of pages for your final paper is 12 (including abstract and references). Note that since Springer will enforce their formatting rules, (even if you have modified them), it is extremely important that you strictly adhere to the guidelines (i.e. remove vspaces in latex, smaller margins). The editors reserve the right to reject papers that are over the 12 page limit in the final version.
  • Make sure that Springer standard for bibliographical references are strictly enforced. This is detailed in section 2.8 of the LNCS author guidelines.
  • Any other details regarding the Springer (LNCS) information for authors can be found here.