Paper submissions for CI2020 is now closed. The details below are for reference only.
All accepted submissions will be offered a poster presentation and a few highly-ranked submissions will be invited to give spotlight presentations. We will also be offering one award for the best paper and one award for the best student paper.
The subject matter should be selected with Climate Informatics in mind: either presenting algorithms that could have potential applications in Geosciences, or datasets and physical problems that pose a specific problem in geosciences are both welcome, but ideally should combine machine/deep learning and advanced statistics with a geophysical issue.
This year’s conference offers two tracks for submissions:
a) Paper format, to be considered for inclusion in an academic, peer-reviewed publication tied to the conference
We are excited to announce that the organizing committee have arranged for papers accepted this year to be published in a special issue of the International Conference Proceedings Series (ICPS) curated by the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). We feel this journal fits our ambition for the Climate Informatics conference and will provide excellent support and visibility for authors.
The paper should be maximum 8 pages long, bibliography included, using the templates provided below:
b) Abstract submission
No template is provided and no particular formatting is required, but the length is strictly limited to one page, including any bibliography or figures (not required). You can present preliminary results. These submissions won't be published in the proceedings.
All submissions should be made through the CMT portal: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/CI2020 by the deadline of the 30th of June.
The papers will be peer-reviewed and decisions about acceptance will be made by August 15th. We highly encourage submitters to volunteer to review other papers.