Call for Papers
Call for Papers
We are now inviting submissions for full and short papers for the 7th New Zealand Computer Science Research Students Conference (NZCSRSC), to be held in April 2009 at the University of Auckland.
Notes for AuthorsSubmissions are now being accepted for:
Instructions on how to submit your paper to the EasyChair, the conference management system NZCSRSC 2009 uses, are available on the submission page.
Papers should include categories according to the ACM taxonomy, which comprehensively covers the fields of computer science and software engineering. Keywords, on the other hand, should be a comma separated list of words of your own choosing (not necessarily from the taxonomy) describing your research.
Submissions related to research still in progress are welcome, and short papers on planned research are also acceptable. Previously published material is acceptable, provided that it is original work of the research student who presents it.
Papers extending work previously published during NZCSRSC 2007 and 2008 are also acceptable, provided the advancement is significant. If you are unsure whether this applies to you, please contact John Downs.
Topics of InterestThe conference covers all fields of research in computer science and software engineering, including (but not limited to) the following.
NZCSRSC 2009 Blind Review InstructionsPapers for this conference will be double-blind peer reviewed.
This means that all information identifying any of the authors or their institutions must be removed from the paper before it is submitted. This includes authors' names, addresses, and affiliations. Replace authors' names, addresses, or any other identifying information with a phrase such as "author's name blinded for review." Do not include any acknowledgements; these can be included in the camera-ready version if the paper is accepted. When referring to one's own work, use the third person rather than the first person. For example say, "Smith (1999) found that ...", rather than "The results from our evaluation (Smith, 1999) show that ..."
If your paper is accepted, any information excluded for the blind review should be included in the camera-ready version.
NOTE: We only require the paper (PDF) to be anonymous; full information should be entered on the EasyChair paper submission page.
QuestionsIf you have further questions, please contact us by emailing Carl or Rachel.