Paper submission

Authors are invited to submit full papers using the Springer author guidelines. Full papers to be published in the conference proceedings must be 12-15 pages. Authors should provide 3 to 6 keywords related to the conference topics.

Authors are strongly encouraged to consider submitting their papers to the special sessions if their paper’s technical focus is within the scope of one of the available special sessions.

The conference proceedings are published by Springer as proceedings in IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology (AICT). Volumes published as part of the IFIP AICT are made available through multiple indexing services including Clarivate Analytics’ Web of Science and Scopus.

• The paper submission system ConfTool is now open
Please note that full papers to be published in the conference proceedings must be 12-15 pages.

IFIP WG 5.7 is looking forward to interacting with the production management research community in Trondheim. For those who are unable to travel to Trondheim, a special digital session will be offered where online participants can present and discuss their accepted papers within a mix of topics. Papers will be published in the conference proceedings and regular participation fees apply. Submit your paper to this session by selecting the “Digital Track (miscellaneous topics)” in the ConfTool paper submission system.


Submission of full papers: 6 May, 2023 (extended deadline)
Notification of review results (round 1): 25 May, 2023
Submission of revised papers: 15 June, 2023
Notification of review results (round 2): 30 June, 2023
Submission of camera-ready papers: 10 July, 2023

Author Guidelines

Authors are invited to submit papers using Springer’s author guidelines. We highly recommend authors to strictly follow the formats because of publication issues.

Your contribution may be prepared in Microsoft Word (preferred) or LaTeX.

You can download Springer’s Author Guidelines as well as templates and instructions for Microsoft Word and LaTeX from Springer’s website; see Information for Authors of Springer Computer Science Proceedings.

All authors to be published in the Springer proceedings should follow the minimum standards set out in the Springer Nature Code of Conduct.

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