Call for Papers
Proceedings of the Asia Pacific Advanced Network (ISSN 2227-3026)
Editor: Chris Elvidge, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, USA [chris.elvidge AT noaa.gov]
The APAN Proceedings are available at: http://journals.sfu.ca/apan/index.php/apan/index
The editor invites presenters at the 38th APAN to submit papers for review and publication in volume 38 of the APAN Proceedings. Papers are invited from presenters in any of the scheduled sessions at 38th APAN. There is no requirement for presenters to submit a paper. However, any presenter is welcome to submit a paper. Each submitted paper will be reviewed and scored by three independent reviewers. In some cases papers will be accepted provisionally, with specific changes recommended for revision prior to final acceptance. APAN aims to provide a forum for graduate students, faculty and researchers in the Asia-Pacific region (and beyond) to exchange information on their research activities that are based on or make use of high bandwidth networks.
There are two CFP tracks available at APAN 38, both leading to publication in the APAN Proceedings. Note that organizers of the APAN Network Research Workshop (NRW) plans release their own call-for-papers, conduct their own peer review and acceptance process. These papers will be published at the APAN proceedings after the 38th APAN. Prospective authors who are not submitting to NRW should follow the instructions below.
If you want to present in one of the sessions at APAN 38 - the place to start is to contact the session chair, to discuss the presentation concept. Your presentation needs to be in the official session agenda to be eligible to publish in the proceedings. Only papers that are presented in one of the scheduled sessions will be eligible for publication in the proceedings. At least one of the listed authors has to attend 38th APAN.
Papers should use the designated template [Download Here]. There is no set page limit, but in general six to ten pages should be sufficient for most papers. Authors are welcome to use color figures and can submit ancillary media content that can be posted for download alongside their paper.
Submission of Papers:
Authors should submit their papers via the link listed below. To gain access to this system you will need to establish a login. Be sure to indicate the session you are presenting in. http://journals.sfu.ca/apan/index.php/apan/about/submissions#onlineSubmissions
Review of Papers:
In September 2014, the editor will organize a review panel based on recommendations from the session chairs. In general, each paper will be rated by three reviewers. The review form is available for authors' perusal [Download Here]. It is anticipated that 80% of the submitted papers will be accepted for publications.
Documents to Download: