If you have any questions or comments, please contact
Extensions for submission of papers will be granted as
follows: Papers MUST be registered by 15 May. Once you have
registered your paper (including title and abstract),
you have until 22 May to upload the paper.
(Deadlines are Midnight PDT (GMT -7) on the 15th and 22nd
Papers must be written in English.
Only electronic submissions will be accepted.
Papers not meeting the guidelines will be
returned to the authors.
Format and Length
Papers must be single-spaced or 1.5-spaced, one column, with
margins of at least 1 inch (2.5 cm) on all sides, with a
fontsize at least 11 points. Papers must not exceed 20
Due to the need to have papers
accessible to all reviewers, we can
accept only PostScript and
Portable Document Format (PDF) files.
Please be sure that fonts used in your document
are available on all platforms or
included with the document.
Once submitted to ICNP, a paper cannot be submitted to
another workshop, conference or journal until the ICNP
acceptance decision is known. To do so is to risk wasting
one of our community's scarcest resources: reviewer effort.
Similarly, a paper that is under consideration elsewhere,
including a workshop or journal, cannot simultaneously be
submitted to ICNP.
If some of the material in a submission has appeared in a
workshop, the paper should so indicate. This is only
acceptable if the paper submitted to ICNP provides
substantial additional results compared to the earlier or
Proposals for tutorials are solicited.
Proposals will be evaluated
on the expertise and experience of the
instructors, and on the relevance of the
Tutorial proposers are requested to
submit a description of at most 5 pages,
including a biographical sketch, to the
Tutorial Chair, Christian Jacquenet
Deadline for submission of Tutorial Proposals
is 10 May 2002
Papers are being handled through the EDAS system. Submission is a
two-step process: first you register the paper with EDAS. Then you
will be given instructions for uploading the paper into the
system. You will need to be "logged in" as an EDAS use to complete the
process. (If you are not already known to EDAS as an author or
reviewer, you will have an opportunity to create a user account before
you register your paper.) To begin the process, click on the link
Submit a paper to ICNP 2002.
Please indicate the topics/keywords relevant to your paper
when registering it, as these will be used to match papers to
Important Note: Registration Policy
The organizers of ICNP have instituted the following policy:
"At least one of the authors of each paper presented at the
conference must be registered in a non-student category."