Paper Submission
Paper submissions are via the conference website [Submissions Page] ; submit full papers as portable document format (pdf) or postscript (ps). Papers must clearly show the name, postal address, email address, phone and fax number of the contact author. 14 pages is the maximum admitted length for submitted papers in the LNCS format; templates can be found at Springer-Verlag website:

Papers exceeding the above limit may be rejected without review. Only papers neither published nor submitted elsewhere may be submitted for publication. The following declaration should be added to the submitted paper:

"All necessary clearances for the publication of this paper have been obtained. If accepted, the author will prepare the final manuscript in time for inclusion in the conference proceedings and will present the paper at the conference.”

Further information/instructions about submissions are on the conference website. The language for all paper submissions and presentations at the conference is English, and no simultaneous translation will be provided.

Tutorial Submission
The first day of SAFECOMP 2003 is dedicated to tutorials. Tutorial submissions are via the conference web site [Submissions Page] . A one-page tutorial proposal (1000 words) should accompany the submission describing the contents of the tutorial and the relevance to the conference.

Conference Proceedings and Journal Special Issue

After acceptance by the Programme Committee, the final paper is required in electronic version according to the file templates provided by the publisher. Accepted papers will appear in the conference proceedings that will be distributed at the conference. Springer-Verlag will publish the conference proceedings in the series Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS):

Extended and revised versions of the best papers accepted for the Conference will be peer-reviewed and published in a Special Issue of the international journal Reliability Engineering and System Safety (RESS) published by Elsevier: