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Call for papers: march 16, 2022

Call for papers - deadline: may 1, 2022

Second call for papers: apr 29, 2022

Second call for papers deadline: may 31, 2022

Last call for papers: may 31,2022

Last call for papers deadline: july 17,2022

Notification of acceptance: september 9, 2022

Camera-Ready papers due: september 18, 2022

Master's and Doctorate Symposium: may 1, 2022

Master's and Doctorate Symposium: may 15, 2022

Master's and Doctorate Symposium: july 17, 2022

Notification of acceptance: september 9, 2022

Conference: october 17-21,2022


Contributions must be written in English, taking into account that: The main text of the article should be composed of five sections: 1. Introduction, 2. Methodology, 3. Results and discussion, 4. Conclusions, 5. References.

All articles will be evaluated by at least 3 experts, under a blind review scheme. Authors are requested to remove personal data, the acknowledgements section and any reference that may reveal the identity of the authors. Articles that do not meet these conditions will be rejected without revisions. All contributions should be written following the Springer template Authors must comply with ethical standards as detailed in the Springer Code of Conduct for Article Submissions. The first anonymous version of the article should be submitted in PDF.

The accepted and defended articles will be published by the Springer Computer Science Proceeding.

Authors must submit an original contributions in any of the following categories:

  • Long Articles (10-15 pages). Long articles should describe original work that has not been previously published and provide significant results of scientific research. Presentation time for long articles will be 15 minutes, plus 5 minutes for questions.

  • Short Articles (8 pages). Short papers should present innovative work in progress, without significant results yet, that contribute to well-supported research. The presentation time for short papers will be 10 minutes, plus 5 minutes for questions.

  • MS/PhD Symposium (3-4 pages). Master's or Ph.D. students from programs related to Informatics and Computing are cordially invited to submit their projects for evaluation. The Symposium is a space for students to socialize their work and receive feedback from experts in the area that may be helpful for their research plans. Students will give a 10-minute presentation on their work. After each presentation, a group discussion will be held. Each proposal should contain: title, abstract, objectives and progress made. Send the proposal to Marco J. Suárez.- UPTC

Posters (2-4 pages). These are works that include demonstrations of technology, innovations or applications, clearly indicating the contribution they make to the area of computing. Send the proposal to

Masters and Doctoral Colloquium

16CCC invites PhD and Masters students and candidates to present, discuss and defend their work-in-progress or preliminary results in front of an international and renowned audience of researchers. Students who wish to participate should directly contact Professor Marco J. Suárez.- UPTC More information about the conditions for presenting papers can be found on the event's web page.


During the 16CCC, tutorials or mini-courses are planned, with a duration of half or a full day, which include: research results, state of the art in current computing issues, approaches to topics of industrial or academic interest, among others. For applications to present tutorials, contact to More information about the conditions for the tutorials can be found on the event website.