Paper Submission

Authors are invited to submit their recent work in relevant areas mentioned in the CfP. The proceedings of HIP’2017 will be published in the ACM Digital Library within its International Conference Proceedings Series.


All camera ready papers must be submitted

  • as PDF files online via the EasyChair Paper Submission Site
    Please also update title, author list, and abstract if applicable.
  • as ZIP or TAR archive with the paper ID in your filename that contains the PDF file, and the complete  sources including the figures on this dropbox file request.

Please make sure to incorporate the copyright text into your camera ready paper as described below such that your paper can be included in the proceedings.

Paper template

Papers must not exceed 6 pages in length. Authors should use the current ACM SIG Conference Proceedings Template to prepare their papers. Note that ACM has created a new LaTeX template and updated the existing Word templates.

Classification System

Authors also need to apply the ACM Computing Classification System (CCS) according to the ACM SIG Conference Proceedings Template.

IAPR Statement of Ethics

The HIP’2017 organizers are bound by the IAPR Statement of Ethics​​. By submitting a paper to this workshop all authors implicitly agree to be bound by the IAPR Ethical Requirements for Authors​​.

Submitted papers should not be previously published work, or under consideration for publication at other journals, conferences or workshops.

The HIP’17 proceedings will be published with ACM, which has an automated rights management form collection system. You will be sent the ACM rights management form and complete instructions, so please make sure to check your inbox. Please make sure that emails from “” will not end up in your SPAM folder or check accordingly.

After you have completed your rights management form you will receive an email with the correct rights text and bibliographic strip to place within your paper.

You have to integrate this text manually into your paper. The ACM paper template includes comments and instructions about this copyright text.