Author Instructions (Final Camera Ready Submissions)

This page contains instructions for submitting camera-ready papers for publication in the proceedings of the QTNA 2016 Conference. If you have any questions related to publication of papers in the proceedings, please contact the QTNA2016 TPC Co-Chair, Stefanka Chukova. Questions related to registration should be directed to:

Important Deadlines

**Author registration by: November 4, 2016

Camera-ready paper due: November 10, 2016

1. Conference Registration

Authors must ensure that their accepted papers are presented at the conference. Every paper accepted for QTNA 2016 must have an associated registration at the full ACM member or non-member author rate. At least one author of each accepted paper must be registered for the conference by the November 4, 2016 author registration deadline in order for that paper to appear in the proceedings and to be scheduled for presentation.

One author full registration is valid for one paper. When you have registered, please email the acknowledgement to with the paper number that the registration is covering.

2. Formatting and Page Limits

The page limit for regular/full papers is EIGHT (8) pages and that for short papers is FOUR (4) pages; authors of short papers can purchase one extra page for NZ$100 for a total of maximum FIVE (5) pages. Please comply with all formatting requirements as stated in the ACM SIG Proceedings Template, available from:

You will also be receiving an email from ACM Rights Management System regarding the handling of copyright for your paper. Please follow their instructions and respond promptly so that the publication of the conference proceedings will not be unduly delayed.

Related links (please read): ACM copyright policy, ACM plagiarism policy

3. Submission of Camera Ready Version

Please upload your camera ready version using your QTNA2016 Easychair account, via EasyChair, i.e. the same account that you used to submit your paper; do not create a new submission. We will be generating the proceedings from your uploaded camera ready versions, therefore please proofread your manuscript thoroughly to ensure there are no errors.