SASIMI 2018 Final Paper Submission

(revised submission procedure, Dec. 27, 2017)

Thank you very much for visiting SASIMI 2018 final paper submission page. Here is information on paper format and a link to the web submission system.

Deadline for final paper is
January 26 (Fri.), 2018 (17:00 JST, Japan Standard Time).

Deadline for final paper is extended to
January 26 (Fri.), 2018 (23:59 JST, Japan Standard Time)
for administrative reasons.

>>> On-line registration <<<

  • All the accepted papers must be presented at SASIMI 2018.  At least one author of an accepted paper must register for the workshop before final paper submission.

>>> Final paper submission page <<<

  1. After login to EasyChair as author, follow the link “information” of each paper on “My Submissions for SASIMI 2018″ page,
  2. Click “Update Information” at the right upper corner on “SASIMI 2018 Submission #your_paper_no” page.
  3. Put “Registration Number” (shown as “Inquiry No.” at Registration Page) in the field at the bottom of the page.  Correct the other information if necessary.
  4. Click “Add or update files” at the right upper corner of the page, and upload your final manuscript and copyright form on the page.
  5. Go back to “My Submissions for SASIMI2018″ page to process other papers, if necessary.  “Log in” after “Log out” may be easier to do this.

If you have any troubles or difficulties in paper submission, please contact SASIMI 2018 Technical Program Committe Secretary.

Requirements for Final Paper Submission:

  • Final manuscript in PDF
  • Completed copyright transfer form (below) in PDF or JPEG
  • Registration Number of one of the authors

Instruction on Formatting Paper:

  • Final camera-ready paper should be written in English.
  • The length of a short paper is 2 pages, and that of a full paper is 3 to 6 pages, including title, abstract, figures, tables, and references.
  • Submissions should be in PDF format, and should be formatted as close as possible to the carera-ready format as described in the template files below.
  • Author’s Guide (auth_guide.pdf)
  • Template, Style File for LateX(2e)
  • Template, Style File for Microsoft Word
  • Font issues
    The following fonts are considered “base fonts” and you are encouraged to limit your font selections to this list. These fonts are automatically installed with the viewing software (ex. Acrobat Reader).

    • Times, Times-Bold, Times-Oblique, Times-BoldOblique
    • Courier, Courier-Bold, Courier-Oblique, Courier-BoldOblique
    • Helvetica, Helvetica-Bold, Helvetica-Oblique, Helvetica-BoldOblique
    • Symbol
    • ZapfDingbats
  • Using these fonts will reduce the size of your converted paper as well as speed up the display and printing of your paper for the readers. Additionally using only the specified fonts provides a consistent look across to all PDF files. If you decide to use fonts other than “base fonts” you must submit your paper as a PDF file with embedded fonts. The embedded fonts will be preserved during the conversion process. However, please do not use 2-byte fonts such as Japanese, Chinese, or Korean fonts.

  • Official archive
  • All of the accepted papers will be included in onsite proceedings. In addition, SASIMI 2018 is going to introduce an “official archive” on the web site ( where only the papers chosen by the authors are uploaded for open access.

    No show and non-author presentation will NOT be published in official archive.

Copyright Transfer Form:

If your paper is accepted for presentation, you are requested to send
a copyright transfer form with your final manuscript.

Publication Chair: Prof. Masashi Imai (Hirosaki University), E-mail:

Last Modified: January 26, 2018