Submission guidelines

We are at the cusp of what has been labelled the 4th Industrial Revolution

We anticipate four different genres of papers:

·           Full papers reflecting on completed research – should not exceed 14 pages including references.

·           Short papers reporting on work in progress or practitioner papers – should not exceed 6 pages including references.

·           Case studies – should not exceed 6 pages including references and exhibits.

·           Abstracts – should not exceed 3 pages including references.

Submit papers using the following link:

Full papers to be submitted should have completed analyses and documentation of results. Papers should be submitted as a ‘.pdf’ or ‘.docx’ file using the outlined Conference template. Please ensure that you upload your paper to the correct track.

The Conference committee has established a maximum of 2 papers per author (including co-authored papers). Any submissions beyond this limit by a given author will be eliminated from the review process.

Author(s)’ name(s) should not appear in the body of the paper and the abstract. References to institutions, sponsors, and unpublished/published works should be eliminated if these references will identify any author.

English is the language of the Conference and of all submissions.

Any submission that violates the above guidelines will be eliminated from the review process.