International and Russian Union of Scientific and Engineering Associations, Krasnoyarsk Science and Technology City Hall, Siberian Scientific Centre DNIT and Department of Computer Science of School of Space and Information Technologies of Siberian Federal University are organizing IV International Scientific Workshop on Modeling, Information Processing and Computing (MIP: Computing-IV 2021). The Workshop will take place in Krasnoyarsk on 25 November 2021.
Bukhara Engineering Technological Institute (Bukhara, Uzbekistan) and Institute of Computational Modeling of the Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Science are partners of the Workshop.
We invite scientists, specialists and research teams as well as representatives of the enterprises working in the spheres of information technologies, software engineering, computer science and computing applications to participate in the Workshop.
The purpose of the Workshop is to share the experience of leading experts in the application of innovative information technologies, mathematical modelling and intelligent systems in science and engineering, industrial production, education, data protection.
Proceedings of the Workshop shall be submitted to CEUR-WS.org for online publication.
Papers requirements include but not limited by:
CEUR-ART style files for papers
Please, note that the articles must be submitted in MS Word format in the publishing template
Only the first letter of the title is capital: Title of your paper
Do not use author names with abbreviated given names such as "S. Writer". Always provide full author names like "Sarah Writer". Check the author name spelling with services like DBLP, if applicable.
The authors in the paper should give meaningful affiliations, which typically include the author's organization and country. The information shall allow readers to establish a contact.
The authors should fill in the footnote on the first page (yellow colour in the template):
Since page counts depend on the page layout, we calculate with around 2500 characters per page (=380-400 words per page).
Authors and co-authors
There should be not more than 4-5 authors in one paper as a rule. One author cannot submit more than 2 papers in one conference.
Language: The papers should be in English.
An abstract of 150-250 words.
Keywords between 3-5.
Focus on computer science and wide audience: The CEUR-WS.org publishing service is a venue to publish proceedings of the workshop and conferences, where the main topic is related to computer science (incl. information systems and IT).
We reserve the right to ask to provide us with the list of the DBLP listing of each author, and provide us with the average number of peer-reviewed DBLP listed papers per author (Author, DBLP INDEX page, Numbers of papers in DBLP INDEX). If that number is too low (for example, less than 5), you should publish at a different publication venue.
No "student" proceedings: We expect that the papers are written by academics (usually holding a PhD).
Presentation: The report should be presented at the conference (either face-to-face or virtually).
AUTHOR-AGREEMENT (NTP): Authors shall use this form if they included no copyrighted third party material in their paper text (or accompanying sources, datasets). Print the Agreement, read it carefully, fill it out, and sign it physically with a pen on paper. Enclose the scanned copy in pdf or jpeg.
Authors keep the right to publish a copy of the published original of their paper on their home page or via the institutional repository of their organization or via comparable repositories. The paper may also be publicly available via such sites. We kindly ask authors to specify in such cases the bibliographic details of the original publication of the paper at CEUR-WS.org.
Likewise, the author has the right to publish a pre-print, post-print or the published version of his CEUR-WS.org paper on his homepage, an institutional repository, or elsewhere. We advise authors to be careful about publishing versions of their paper that deviate from the originally published version because it could diminish the authenticity of the paper.
How to correct errors in an already published volume
First of all, be very careful in preparing the submission file in order to avoid errors! Ask a colleague to double-check, i.e. that all paper files are included with the correct file names and that all author names and paper titles are correct. As a rule of thumb, we will reject requests to update an already published volume! There are only three exceptions:
Papers can be corrected within two working days after the publication of the proceedings at CEUR-WS.org. Only corrections of typographic errors in the bibliographic elements (author names, title, affiliation) are allowed. Providing improved paper versions is not allowed even if the original version was included due to a human error!
The papers and volumes published on CEUR-WS.org are freely accessible for academic and private use. Only such use is permitted!
Since authors retain their copyright, they are legally allowed to re-publish their paper with a second publisher. While this appears lawful, it could be regarded as self-plagiarism. We strongly discourage such re-publication of papers that are already published with us. Making a copy of the paper available on the author's home page or on the institutional repository is not regarded as a re-publication. In such cases, authors should include a reference/URL to the original publication.
How to reference papers published via CEUR-WS.org
A paper in a CEUR-WS.org volume should be referenced using its online URL, for example
M. Lenzerini: Description logics for schema level reasoning in databases.
Proc. of 1st Workshop KRDB'94, Saarbrücken, Germany, September 20-22, 1994, CEUR-WS.org, online CEUR-WS.org/Vol-1/lenzerini.pdf.
Use CEUR-WS.org as 'publisher' for the paper even though the respective volume is legally published by its editors. A shorter form for citing a paper can be:
M. Lenzerini: Description logics for schema level reasoning in databases.
Proc. of 1st Workshop KRDB'94, Saarbrücken, Germany, September 20-22, 1994, CEUR-WS.org/Vol-1/lenzerini.pdf.
A whole proceedings volume can be referenced by its ONLINE URL as follows:
Enrico Franconi, Michael Kifer (eds.): Knowledge Representation meets Databases 1999. Proc. 6th Intl. Workshop KRDB'99, Linköping, Sweden, July 29-30, 1999, CEUR-WS.org, online CEUR-WS.org/Vol-21.
CEUR-WS.org also assigns a persistent identifier (URN) to proceedings volumes published at CEUR-WS.org. One can use the URN instead of the ONLINE URL like shown in this example:
Massimo Melucci, Stefano Mizzaro, Gabriella Pasi (eds.): Italian Information Retrieval Workshop 2010. Proceedings of the First Italian Information Retrieval Workshop (IIR-2010), Padua, Italy, January 27-28, 2010, CEUR-WS.org/Vol-560, urn:nbn:de:0074-560-7.
Note that the ISSN number 1613-0073 identifies CEUR-WS.org as a publication series, not an individual volume within CEUR-WS.org! It is recommended not to include the ISSN number in a citation of a paper that appeared in CEUR-WS.org. If you do prefer to include it, then insert the ISSN number after the label "CEUR Workshop Proceedings" or after the acronym CEUR-WS.org, not after the label of your workshop/conference or attached to your volume number.
All papers will come through the basic review which is an initial technical criteria check (paper field, structure of submission, adherence to the submission instructions, English language usage and a check for the similarity rate). Any papers out of the scope or containing plagiarism, including self-plagiarism, are rejected.
We use a double-blind system for peer review; both reviewers' and authors' identities remain anonymous. The submitted papers will be reviewed by at least two experts: one editorial staff member as well as one to three external reviewers. The review process may take about 10 days. The reviews will be conducted to the professional and scientific standards
Notification of the Result of Review
The decision to accept or reject the paper is based on the suggestions of reviewers. Acceptance notifications will be sent to the registered author.
Registration Fee Is Paid
After acceptance the authors need to pay the registration fee, and upload the final version of the papers according to the registration instructions.
All conference papers accepted to the Conference will be presented in one of the formats (face-to-face, virtually, poster presentation). While submitting a paper, it is necessary to indicate the format, in which it will be presented.
Virtual (Remote) Presentation
Pre-recorded video presentation
In order to provide the greatest flexibility to our attendees, video presentations will be made available for viewing on YouTube according to the Schedule and on the Conference website.
E-poster presentation (PowerPoint) should be sent to organizers (email@example.com) at latest 5 days before the event.
The E-posters will be displayed on the website of the Conference.
There will be E-poster presentation session according to the Schedule.
All e-Posters will be shown on the screen by data projector, so there is no need to bring a paper poster.
Submission Format: PDF/Power Pont files are available (.pdf/.pptx/.ppt/)
• Contents: Title, Author’s information, Abstract, Research Process (figures, tables, etc), Conclusion
Authors can use the presentation template for their presentation.
The publisher of the CEUR-WS.org site excluding the proceedings volumes is CEUR-WS Team. The publishers of the proceedings volumes (CEUR-WS.org/Vol-1, CEUR-WS.org/Vol-2, etc.) are the respective editors of the volumes.
This service is provided by the CEUR-WS.org Team.
The Workshop will take place in Krasnoyarsk.
Visa support and transportation services
Attendees are responsible for determining their specific entry requirements into Russia. If you have not already done so, we urge you to begin the process immediately to ensure enough time prior to the conference.
We do not offer any visa or transportation services. But we are ready to provide all kinds of support and advise.
We are ready to provide the Invitation Letter on your request.
To apply for visa please contact directly the hotel you booked. If you cancel your booking after delivered visa services, you will be charged a penalty.
The Organizers have prepared for you special offers of the hotels of various categories that are located not far from the venue of the conference. To book a room in a hotel with a discount you can contact the contact person via the e-mail below.
Conference delegates are not obliged to book the hotels we offer. You can book any hotel that meets your requirements.
Hotels in Krasnoyarsk:
Contact e-mail in Krasnoyarsk for visa and accommodation: firstname.lastname@example.org
The public institution "Krasnoyarsk Regional Science and Technology City Hall of the Russian Union of Scientific and Engineering Public Associations" is a non-profit organization whose main goal is the development of scientific and engineering activities; additional education of children and adults, advanced training and professional retraining of specialists in various sectors of the economy and industry, medium and small business; creating favorable conditions for the exchange of scientific and technical ideas and achievements; promotion of modern achievements of science and technology; development of social entrepreneurship.
Krasnoyarsk Science and Technology City Hall has always been the centre of scientific, technical and educational events of the city. Every year more than 20,000 people visit it to participate in all kinds of events like conferences, workshops, seminars, exhibitions, lectures etc.
There are more than 30 resident companies in the building. The building has lecture halls, a big concert hall and 3 comfortable classrooms.
We are situated in Krasnoyarsk - the administrative center of Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia. It is the third-largest city in Siberia after Novosibirsk and Omsk, with a population of more than 1,000,000 people.
The easternmost city of Russia with a population of at least million, located on the banks of the Yenisei River, and the capital of Krasnoyarsk Krai (district). The area is over 2 million square kilometers. Krasnoyarsk is a major industrial, cultural, economic and educational center.
Krasnoyarsk is one of the major scientific research centers of the country. The famous Krasnoyarsk Academgorodok is located in the city. It comprises seven scientific research institutes working in various fields.
The city is located 4,065 kilometers from Moscow along the Trans-Siberian railway. It takes about 2 days and 10 hours to get there from Moscow by train and about 4.5 hours by plane.
Krasnoyarsk is the center of the vast Krasnoyarsk region, it is the second biggest city in Siberia after Novosibirsk and a powerful industrial center.