XR SALENTO 2024 accepts two types of paper: full papers (10-20 pages), and short papers (6-9 pages).
Full papers should mainly focus on research, applications or systems describing results that contribute to advances in the state-of-the-art, software, hardware, algorithms, applications, and human factors.
Short papers should mainly focus on work-in-progress, achievements of initial research, projects in early stages of development, case studies, etc. Accepted short papers will be published in the conference proceedings and presented at the conference as poster.
Full Papers will be reviewed by the Technical Program Committee and acceptance will be based on quality, originality, and relevance. When the first review process has been completed, authors receive a notification of either acceptance or rejection of the submission.
Authors of accepted full papers must submit the final paper version according to the deadline.
Authors should consult Springer’s guidelines and technical instructions for the preparation of proceedings papers. For your convenience, the Authors Guidelines are available here.
Springer provides templates for Word and LaTeX users that help structure the paper. LaTeX is the preferred format for texts containing several formulae.
If working with LaTeX2e, please download LaTeX2e+Proceedings+Templates+download.zip.
If working with Microsoft Word, please download Microsoft+Word+Proceedings+Templates.zip.
Springer encourages authors to include their ORCID iD in proceedings papers.
Authors can refer to Springer's LNCS webpage, where they can find nearly all information relevant to both volume editors and contributing authors regarding the LNCS print/electronic publication process.
The corresponding author of each paper, acting on behalf of all co-authors, must complete and sign a Consent-to-Publish form to transfer the copyright of the paper to the publisher. Once the files have been sent to Springer, changes relating to the authorship cannot be made.
Papers without signed copyright form will not be included in the proceedings.
For your convenience, the LNCS Consent to Publish form can be downloaded here.
Only papers submitted through the online submission system and strictly adhering to the relevant format will be considered for reviewing and publication.
All submitted papers undergo single-blind peer review.
To submit a paper a registration is required; please use the following link:
After acceptance, each paper must be accompanied by the payment of at least one regular registration (early registration) to guarantee publication in the proceedings.
The Graphical Abstract is an image that effectively describes the contents of your research.
You can win the grant for the best graphical abstract, by submitting a graphical abstract.
A checklist to improve your graphical abstract is reported below:
- Identify the key message of your research and determine the most important results to highlight in your graphical abstract;
- Choose a visually appealing image that represents your research topic and use it as the central focus of your graphical abstract;
- Use a pleasing color scheme;
- Use clear, concise language to describe your research question, methodology, and main findings in a way that is easy for non-experts to understand;
- Make sure that the word count does not exceed 80 words;
- Make sure the text is legible by choosing a font that is easy to read and by using appropriate font sizes;
- Use icons, arrows, and other design elements to help illustrate your main points and make your abstract more engaging.