Paper Submission

NZCSRSC'09 uses the EasyChair conference management system to handle paper submissions. To successfully submit a paper to the conference, please follow the steps below:
  1. Ensure your paper complies with the instructions given on the Call for Papers page.
  2. Make sure that your paper complies to the requirements of the blind review process.
  3. Go to the NZCSRSC 2009 EasyChair login page.
  4. If you already have an EasyChair account, enter your details to login; otherwise set up an account through the "I have no EasyChair account" link.
  5. Once inside EasyChair, click the "New Submission" link at the top of the page.
  6. Fill out the "Address for Correspondence" fields.
  7. Enter all authors in the sections below this (make the primary author the first entry - they must also be a student). The "Affiliation" field refers to the institution at which you study.
  8. Tick all student authors as "Corresponding Authors". Corresponding authors will also be reviewers (see The Review Process below).
  9. Fill out the Title, Abstract, and Category information as it relates to your paper.
  10. Specify appropriate keywords, as per the ACM keywords list.
  11. Click "Browse" to locate the PDF copy of your paper.
  12. Click "Submit Paper" and you're done!

The Review Process

All submissions in NZCSRSC'09 are peer reviewed. This provides students with the opportunity of gaining academic reviewing experience. By submitting a paper, each student author agrees to be a reviewer. When submitting a paper, all student authors should be listed as corresponding authors on the EasyChair submit utility (See above). All corresponding authors will be reviewers.

At the start of the review period, each corresponding author will receive up to three papers to review for each paper they have submitted to the conference e.g. if you have submitted two papers to the conference, you will recieve up to six papers to review. All papers will receive at least three reviews.

A guideline and review template will be provided to each reviewer at the start of the review period.

More details will be put up here closer to the review date.

If you have any queries regarding submission or the review process, contact John Downs.

Plagiarism

All submissions will be checked for plagiarism. Plagiarism will not be tolerated.
If you are unsure what constitutes plagiarism, or would like more information on academic referencing, please visit the University of Auckland's Referencite.

Publication Status

These papers are work in progress. They are not archival publications and will not constrain future submissions. Your work in progress may be reused for later publications if appropriate. Copyright belongs to the author(s)/owner(s) of the paper. Note that this is a student conference reviewed by students.