Submission Guidelines

The conference proceedings will be published in the Springer-Verlag series Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Authors are strongly encouraged to use the correct document style. This should be done for their initial submission, so that preparation of the final papers is simplified.

Types of papers:
Full papers up to 10 pages (20 minutes oral presentation).
Short Papers up to 6 pages (15 minutes oral presentation).
Posters up to 4 pages. A special Session with oral presentations of Poster Papers will be scheduled (details in the Program of the 20th ICANN).

Also note that according to the conference policy, at least one regular registration for each accepted paper must be made at the time of submission of the final version, for inclusion of the paper in the technical program and the proceedings.

  • Detailed instructions for preparing the manuscript in the required format can be found here (typeinst.pdf).
  • For LaTeX: The required class file (llncs.cls) can be found here.
  • For Microsoft Word: A sample WORD document can be found here (typeinst.doc).
  • An example manuscript can be found here (typeinst.rar).

In 2010 the European Neural Network Society will offer at least 12 student travel awards of 400€ each, for students presenting papers at the 20th International Conference on Artificial Neural Networks ICANN 2010 conference in Thessaloniki, Greece. You do not have to be an ENNS member at the time of your application, but you will become ENNS member for the next year (2011) if your application will be granted. Selection is based on several criteria: reviews of papers, percentage of student contribution, and no more than one stipend per lab. Please complete the award application form and send it to the President of ICANN wduch||@|| and to the PC Chair

Here is the submission site.