Camera-ready Submission

The 26th IEEE International Conference on Network Protocols (ICNP 2018)
Cambridge, UK, September 24-27, 2018 

General Steps

Paper Formatting

The final version of regular papers must have no more than eleven (11) pages in double-column format with standard margins and at least a 10 point font. The final version of workshop papers must have no more than six (6) pages, and poster/demo papers no more than two (2) pages. This length includes everything: figures, tables, references, appendices and so on. Papers that exceed 11 pages will not be accepted for publication. Papers should include a title and an abstract of fewer than 250 words.

All papers must be formatted for printing on US LETTER (8.5" by 11") and must adhere to the IEEE formatting requirements. For LaTeX users, please use the "conference" option. The template should be used as is. Papers that modify the template, e.g., by picking narrower line-spacing or margins than what the template defines, will be rejected for publication.

Papers must be submitted in PDF format, without including any non-standard fonts. We must be able to display and print your camera-ready manuscript exactly as we receive it and using only standard tools and postscript printers. Therefore, we strongly suggest that you use only standard fonts. Make sure that the paper, including the figures, is readable on a black-and-white printout.

Author List, Paper Titles, and Presentation

The author list must remain the same as when the paper was submitted for review, and any changes in the author list or title is forbidden without prior written permission from the TPC Co-Chairs.

Every paper must be presented by an author at the conference. At least one author of an accepted paper is expected to register at the full rate of the conference and to present the paper at the conference, in order for the paper to appear in the conference proceedings and be submitted to the IEEE digital library. Please expect further information for registration.

Non-Presented Paper Policy ("No-Show Policy"): Each paper must be presented at the conference by an author of that paper, unless prior approval is obtained from the TPC Co-Chairs and General Chairs. Papers that are not presented by their authors may be removed from IEEE Xplore and be excluded from distribution after the conference.