For workshops, thematic sessions, posters, and games: describe the activity in a maximum of 12,000 characters, including references, figures and tables, and contact details.
All accepted full paper conference submissions will be published as digital conference proceedings. The best papers will be invited for publication in Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) revised post-proceedings volume by Springer (with ISBN). Many recent previous ISAGA’s annual International Conference Proceedings were published by Springer in the LNCS Series, see
March 31st – Full papers due
April 21 – Full papers due + extended abstracts
May 6th – Notifications to authors
May 13th – Notifications to authors
June 15th – Camera-ready papers and improved extended abstracts
All other submissions types
April 28th – Posters, games, workshops, and thematic sessions are due
Notifications are provided on a rolling basis.
Submissions should be uploaded as a PDF file to the conference management system (Conf-tool). At least one co-author must be present during the conference in order for the submission to be published in the proceedings and be eligible for the Awards competition.
Authors should consult Springer’s authors’ instructions and use the proceedings templates, either for LaTeX or for Word, for the preparation of their papers.