Instructions for Abstract Submissions
Below are the guidelines/instructions for abstract and paper submissions. Please read them carefully before beginning your submission.
- Authors are invited to submit individual contributions to any of the Conference topics listed here.
- To be able to submit an abstract, you have to first register.
- Each paid registrant at AfriComp5 will be limited to two presentations and should be the corresponding author.
- Participants may be an author of multiple contributions, but can be the presenting author of only two.
- Submission of the full paper is optional. Its publication is on condition that a corresponding abstract has been accepted and presented at the conference.
- Please submit abstracts here.
- All authors of accepted abstracts are invited to submit an optional paper.
- Papers should be minimum 6 pages (short paper) but no upper limit applies (extended paper).
- Instructions to write and submit full papers are available here.
- The submission deadline is found here.
- Please note that when submitting your paper online, you will receive an automatic message related to the publication fee. However, on acceptance of your paper, a voucher code will be activated, resulting in free publication.
- Abstract and full-paper submissions will be continuously reviewed and acceptance notification will therefore depend on receipt date.
- Papers will only be published if presented at the AfriComp5 conference.
Authors of accepted abstracts will be invited to publish a full paper in the Special Issue “Current Problems and Advances in Computational and Applied Mechanics” of the open-access WoS-ESCI-accredited journal Mathematical and Computational Applications. Papers of this special issue will also be included in Elsevier’s engineering literature database Ei Compendex. The publication will be on condition that the authors have presented their paper at the conference. For any question contact the conference secretariat on email@example.com.