The CTO has a large and dedicated events portfolio, specific to the needs of its members who often participate in events in order to gain a wider knowledge of the sector and on particular topics. These events aim to share knowledge, results, methodology as well as showcase new technology and research in the ICT Sector. To facilitate even greater and specific content for their events, the CTO issues Calls for Papers relevant to each event’s theme for the dissemination of those attending and to ensure interactive and informed discussion on key ICT subjects.
In order to submit a paper(s) for CTO events you must first submit an abstract which must be accepted by the organising events committee. Abstracts must be submitted three months in advance of the event. Abstracts should present original and unpublished advances of knowledge and should focus on topics and themes featured within the key topic areas of the event’s programme.
All submitted abstracts must go through all stages of the review process in order to be approved for publication in the proceedings and presentation at the event. Authors of approved abstracts will be invited to submit a full-length (2000 words or less) paper. Acceptance of your paper will depend on the relevance and quality of the abstract submitted. Papers that fully comply with the format requirements will be peer-reviewed, and authors of approved papers will be requested to submit a final paper. At this stage, papers will be recommended for a presentation and publication in the proceedings. Successful authors will be invited to present either an oral presentation or a poster presentation (visual display).
The upcoming events section of the website will provide more details on events and papers that can be submitted.
For details on how to submit an abstract, paper or presentation please email Robert Hayman, details provided below.