The Asian Symposium on Computer Mathematics   


Submit Papers

Papers should be written in English, in single column, not exceeding 10 pages, and a main text font no smaller than 10 pt. Authors are encouraged to submit their papers by electronic mail (in postscript, or pdf formats) to both of the Program Committee Co-Chairs. The first page of each paper should contain its title, author(s) with affiliation(s) and e-mail address(es), and an abstract. All submitted papers will undergo a standard review process and the selection of papers by the program committee will be based on their originality and significance of contribution as well as their presentation.

Key Dates:
Deadline for submission of papers
September 17, 2002
Notification of acceptance
December 10, 2002
Deadline for camera-ready copy
December 28, 2002
Deadline for camera-ready copy
December 23, 2002
(Provisionally accepted papers)

Deadline for support applications
February 1, 2003
Notification of suuport approval
February 15, 2003


 

 

 

 

Authors are invited to submit papers by E-mail to both of the co-chairs:

Ziming Li
William Sit
Department of Computer Science
Department of Mathematics
University of Waterloo
City College of New York
Waterloo, Ontario, Canada
New York, USA
email: z6li@scg.math.uwaterloo.ca
email: mailto:wyscc@cunyvm.cuny.edu








Publications

The Proceedings of ASCM'2003 will be published as a volume in the Lecture Notes Series on Computing by World Scientific Publ., Singapore/River Edge, USA, and will be available at the symposium. Final manuscripts should include the source files in LaTeX 2e, as well as any other files necessary for compilation.


Camera-Ready Version

Please prepare the final camera-ready version of your paper using the style file ascm9x6.cls. Here is an instruction for preparing the final version. Here is a sample file sample.tex. The pdf format of the sample file is also avaialable.