There are two types of paper you can submit: refereed (academic stream), or unrefereed (industrial stream). Refereed papers will be reviewed by experts against criteria for scientific papers, such as originality and technical quality, and then will be accepted to or rejected from the academic stream. If you are not familiar with scientific papers and their reviewing process, you may want to read guides like How To Get Your SIGGRAPH Paper Rejected, How to Write an Informatics Paper or The Researcher's Bible.
For the final camera-ready copy, the format should be A4 with at least 25mm of margins, unnumbered.
Here are guides on how to create PostScript files on Windows and MacOS. To check the result, use a Postscript viewer.
July 11: Deadline for draft papers (academic stream) August 17: Notification of acceptance of academic stream papers September 14: Deadline for camera-ready paper submission (academic and industrial stream) September 23-25: EuroForth 2011 conferenceSee conference home page for more dates
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