Student Research Papers
CCSCE is a refereed conference. All the submitted student papers are subjected to a review by the conference committee. Student authors of accepted papers are expected to register for the conference and present their work at the conference. Papers presented at the conference will not be included in the journal, but will be acknowledged in the conference program. On this page, you will find links to information and instructions for paper submission.
Paper Formatting Instructions
You will have limited time between paper acceptance notification and camera- ready copy submission. Therefore, we recommend that you format your initial submissions according to paper formatting regulations provided by CCSC.
Paper Submission Instructions
First, create an account on our conference submission and review system. Using this system, you can submit your student research paper for review. This process involves submitting information about your paper and yourself on-line, as well as uploading your paper. If you are submitting more than one paper, you can upload additional submissions, but do not need additional accounts. Please make sure of the following with regard to the paper you submit:
- The paper is a single consolidated file.
- The paper file type is one of: .doc, .docx, or .pdf.
- The file is less than 10 Megabytes in size.
- The paper abstract is 3,000 characters or less.
If you experience problems with this site, please email the papers chair for assistance.
Paper Resubmission Instructions
If you decide to resubmit your paper for any reason do not register the paper online again. You can use the conference submission system to upload a new copy of the paper. This must (and can!) be done before the paper submission deadline. Subsequent uploads will be handled on a case-by-case basis with the papers chair through the paper submission system. Do not email the updated paper to the chair, but feel free to contact him/her.
You will be notified of the status of your submission, typically in early June. If your paper has been accepted to the conference. Upon acceptance, at least one author must register for the conference and ultimately appear at the conference to present the paper.
Presenting the Paper
Accepted papers will be presented at the conference by at least one of the student authors. Students will be provided 10-15 minutes to present their research. Each conference room will be equipped with at least a computer projector and a laptop connection to the projector (types of connections will vary). Please do not assume that there will be computers or laptops available. For additional A/V facilities, please contact the conference chair(s). We will try to accommodate all reasonable requests.
For more information about programming contest procedures, contact the Student Research Chair