Paper submission


Paper submission (or registration for congress attendance without presentation) requires a user account at this website. If you already have an account, please login now (the "Login Form" at the right column). After that, you will see "User Menu" where you should choose "Submission" link to upload your paper.

To create a new account please follow the link "Create an account" (please note that accounts from previous congresses are not valid any more). It gives you possibility to check your submission status and get other information as frequently as you would need.

You will be able to

  • change your contact information;
  • check your papers submission status;
  • manage and update your submitted papers during the submission period;
  • submit and monitor your student/researcher grant application;
  • fill in and monitor your visa request if needed;
  • pay your registration fee on-line.
  • download and upload your copy-right form for your paper

Those who would like to attend the Congress without presenting a paper also will need a user account to make registration and to get access to the online payment system.


IEEE Xplore option

Accepted papers presented at the conference can be published in the IEEE Xplore subject to compliance of the manuscript with the IEEE format and copyright requirements. If you want to exploit this opportunity, please, select the corresponding option during the online submission.



Papers should be up to 3-page long (including figures and references). Minimum 2 pages are required for publication in IEEE Xplore. Each paper should contain an abstract, a brief conclusion and a main body where the technical content and the novelty of the work are clearly presented. Please note that the maximum allowed file size is 4 MB.

The use of the following templates is mandatory:

MS Word: MSWord example (doc)
LaTeX : LaTeX example (zip)

Paper prepared in any environment should be converted to a single PDF not exceeding 2MB and the use of IEEE PDF eXpress is strongly recommended (a link to this online conversion resource will be provided at the submission stage). Should you opt to use other PDF conversion tools, make sure that all the fonts are embedded in your PDF file. Authors are also encouraged to adhere to other IEEE PDF requirements, a summary of which can be found here, or use the IEEE PDF job options currently available for Acrobat versions 5 to 9.

Authors wishing to exploit the IEEE Xplore publication opportunity must prepare the PDF file using IEEE PDF eXpress (a link to this online resource will be provided at the submission stage). Failure to do so may result in your paper being withheld from publishing in IEEE Xplore Proceedings.

Short abstracts of accepted papers published in the web version of the program can contain links to any supporting materials, including pictures and video files. We encourage the participants to prepare short video previews of their presentation and make them available in advance.


When you are ready, login to the site, go to "Participant profile" and then to "Submission" and upload your paper.



Paper submission cannot be finalized until a proper copyright form is also uploaded. In case you choose the IEEE Xplore option, you have to sign and upload the IEEE Copyright Form, otherwise you have to sign and upload the METAMORPHOSE VI Copyright Form. Copyright forms are also available at the submission page.

Source files for creating a copyright files:



All submitted papers will be reviewed by at least two independent reviewers. The reviewers and the TPC members are encouraged to give constructive comments and suggestions to the authors. After the TPC will make the decision, the authors will see the review comments and recommendations on their personal web pages (upon login). The authors of accepted papers will have a possibility to make updates of their papers based on the review comments and suggestions.


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