The deadline for full paper submission is 8 February 2015 (24:00 GMT).
Papers should be submitted through the author’s personal Easy Chair SSS10 Submission Page, created when an abstract was submitted.
Please submit your papers no later than 12am GMT 8 February 2015. Papers received after this deadline will not be considered.
Instruction to Paper Authors
A paper should be submitted as a single Word document (.doc or .docx) through the Easy Chair platform. Please click on your submission number, then choose the ‘Upload a New Version’ option. In general:
Full papers should be a maximum of 5000 words (not including references and abstract).
The maximum size for papers submitted via Easy Chair is 20Mb – please ensure you compress images etc. before you upload your paper.
- The language for full papers should be UK English.
- The conference’s citation style is based on The Journal of Space Syntax style. Please download and consult the SSS10 Citation Style guide for details of this reference system.
- For the main text, use ‘Helvetica Light’ font, letters in size 12. For Figure captions use the same font in size 10. If you do not have Helvetica fonts, please use Arial instead.
- Use 1.5 line spacing.
- Figures and images should be high resolution (minimum 300dpi). They should be accompanied by a caption written directly beneath. Please include your figures and images in the submitted Word document file, located at a relevant position within the text.
- You may have a maximum of ten figures per full paper.
- Tables do not count as Figures. However, please include Tables in the word count.
- You may not include your personal information in the submission document. If you wish to change author(s) details, you can do so via the Easy Chair interface.
- Proof reading is not carried out as part of the publication process. Authors need to ensure that their papers are fully checked and ready for publication upon submission.
Please make sure your full paper submission complies with these guidelines. Papers not following the instructions will not be considered in the peer review process.