SASIMI 2022 Final Paper Submission

Thank you very much for visiting SASIMI 2022 final paper submission page.

Here is information on paper format and a link to the web submission system (system will be available after acceptance notification (August 5 (Fri.))).

Deadline for final paper submission is September 9 (Fri.), 2022.

The presenter of the paper must complete advance registration before the camera-ready manuscript is submitted.

>>> On-line registration <<<

>>> Final paper submission page <<<

Instruction on Electronic Manuscript Submission:

  • Please submit your final manuscript in PDF format via the web submission system (system will be available after acceptance notification (August 5th)).
  • Please select one copyright transfer form at the web submission system.
  • If you have any troubles or difficulties in paper submission, please contact SASIMI 2022 Technical Program Committe Secretary.
  • All the accepted papers must be presented at SASIMI 2022. At least one author of an accepted paper must register for the workshop before final paper submission. Please note that each paper shall be accompanied by at least one different workshop registration at the full registration rate (e.g., two full registrations are needed for presenting two accepted papers). Any registered co-author can present the work at the workshop.

Instruction on Formatting Paper:

  • Submissions for review (as well as 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 camera-ready format as described in the template files below. All fonts must be embedded.
  • Author’s Guide ( auth_guide.pdf )
  • Template, Style File for LateX(2e)
  • Template, Style File for Microsoft Word
  • How to create the camera-ready PDF files
    • In the case of LaTeX, the most straightforward way to render your LaTeX code to PDF is by using pdfLaTeX. The authors cannot use UTF-8 characters in this case, but this might not be a critical issue since the paper language is English. Note that pdfLaTeX can convert your LaTeX code directly to a PDF file.
    • Modern LaTeX variants LuaLaTeX and XeLaTeX can be used to generate PDF files. They may support UTF-8 characters with CID-keyed fonts. In this case, please do not convert your PDF to another PDF file. Such conversion may fail to have the original text information.
    • In the case of MS Word, please save your Word file as a PDF file with the PDF/A option.




    • The publication chair would like the authors to check your PDF file from the following points.
      • The paper size should be A4 with the specified margins
        (top: 29 mm, bottom: 30 mm, left and right: 15 mm).
      • All fonts should be embedded in your PDF file.
      • Your PDF file should be searchable by such as Control-f
  • Official archive
  • All accepted papers will be included in electronic proceedings. In addition, SASIMI 2022 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:

If your paper is accepted for presentation, you are requested to accept copyright transfer at the final paper submission system. Please select one of the following two publication types and agree with the corresponding copyright transfer on the web submission system.

  • Onsite proceedings and Official Archive
  • Onsite proceedings only

Publication Chair: Hiroshi Tsutsui (Hokkaido University), E-mail:

Last Modified: August 18, 2022