Call For Papers

AIRoV invites submissions presenting research on all topics that are covered by one of the workshops. All submissions must be targeted to a specific workshop. There is no general track submission to the symposium as a whole.

All submissions must be in PDF format using the AIRoV template.

Two different formats of submissions may be accepted by the workshops:

  • Full Paper (8 pages, AIRoV format), for original unpublished work
  • Extended Abstract (2–4 pages), for ongoing or partly published work

It is up to the organizing committee of every individual workshop to allow for both or just for one of these two formats. Please check the individual instructions of the workshop to which you intend to submit your paper.

Use of Large Language Models (LLMs): We welcome authors to use any tool that is suitable for preparing high-quality papers and research. However, we ask authors to keep in mind two important criteria. First, we expect papers to fully describe their methodology, and any tool that is important to that methodology, including the use of LLMs, should be described also. For example, authors should mention tools (including LLMs) that were used for data processing or filtering, visualization, facilitating or running experiments, and proving theorems. It may also be advisable to describe the use of LLMs in implementing the method (if this corresponds to an important, original, or non-standard component of the approach). Second, authors are responsible for the entire content of the paper, including all text and figures, so while authors are welcome to use any tool they wish for writing the paper, they must ensure that all text is correct and original.

Submission: Visit CMT and submit your contribution to your track of choice, identified by the workshop acronym.

Supplementary material: Authors may submit up to 100MB of supplementary material, such as appendices, proofs, derivations, data, or source code; all supplementary materials must be in PDF, MP4 or ZIP format. Supplementary material should be material created by the authors that directly supports the submission content. Looking at supplementary material is at the discretion of the reviewers.

Publication of accepted submissions: Camera-ready papers will be due in advance of the conference. All camera-ready papers must include a funding disclosure. We encourage accompanying code and data to be submitted with accepted papers or to be made available via other open source channels and referenced appropriately in the paper. Authors will be allowed to make minor changes for a short period of time after the conference.

Symposium proceedings will be published electronically by innsbruck university press, covering all participating workshops and with a DOI for each paper.