The International Workshop on Complex Networks and their Applications aims at bringing together researchers from different scientific communities working on areas related to complex networks.
Two types of contributions are welcome: theoretical developments arising from practical problems, and case studies where methodologies are applied. Both contributions are aimed at stimulating the interaction between theoreticians and practitioners.
Authors are encouraged to submit both theoretical and applied papers on their research in complex networks. Topics for the workshop include, but are not limited to:
Contributions: Full paper and Extended Abstract are welcome. The organizers will do their best to have mostly oral presentation of the selected contributions. However, both types of contributions can be accepted either for oral or poster presentation.
Indexing: The books of this series are submitted to SCOPUS, DBLP, MathSciNet, Zentralblatt Math, MetaPress, Ulrichs and Springerlink.
Journal special issues: Extended versions of accepted contributions will be invited for publication in special issues of international journals edited by Springer
Two types of contributions are accepted:
We will not accept any paper that, at the time of submission, is under review or has already been published or accepted for publication in a journal or conference. This restriction does not apply to extended abstracts since they are not targeted for publication in the proceedings. If in doubt, please contact the PC Chairs.
For more information refer to the Springer Website.
All contributions should be submitted electronically online via EasyChair.
After this process, you should receive an email indicating the submission was successful. If you don’t receive this email you should contact the program chairs. Please check your spam folder as the automated message may be stored there.
All submitted contributions will be carefully evaluated based on originality, significance, technical soundness, and clarity of expression by at least two reviewers. The organizers will examine the reviews and make the final papers selection.
Full papers accepted for publication will be published by Springer-Verlag on the Studies in Computational Intelligence Series. Authors will be required to transfer copyright to Springer. The books of this series are submitted for indexing to SCOPUS, DBLP, MathSciNet, Zentralblatt Math, MetaPress, Ulrichs and Springerlink.
Accepted Extended Abstracts will be published in the Book of Abstract (with ISBN) along with the abstracts of the keynote presentations.
At least one author must attend the conference to present his/her papers.
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Extended version of accepted contributions (full papers and extended abstracts) will be invited for publication in special issues of the journals:
Papers will be subject to a fast track review procedure.
The manuscript submission deadline is February 15, 2017.
Papers will be published as soon as they are accepted.