Procedure for submitting a paper to the workshop

 

* We are currently in the process of accepting and delivering proposals, and the process is delayed due to large amount of proposals.

 

Step 1: Send a proposal

 

If you have a specific workshop you are interested in and are willing to submit a paper, you must submit your expression of interest  to the Organizing Committee.

 

When you write the proposal, please include a title, an abstract of the paper (a maximum of 750 words which explains the main argument you seek to make) and the exact number of the workshop you wish to attend along with the name and institutional affiliation and contact details of the writer.

 

Please submit these proposal to submission@wccl2018-seoul.org.

You can also contact directly to the chairs for submitting the proposals.

 

The Chairs of the workshop will review the proposal and contact you individually to confirm your participation.

 

The basic form of the proposal is Here.

 

The final date for submission of proposals to the Workshops will be March 30. Decisions will be communicated to participants within two weeks of this deadline.

 

It is recognized that some participants need earlier notifications in order to secure their funding. In that light, there will be an earlier round of notifications and acceptances. Proposals received by November 30 will be reviewed with a view to early acceptances being communicated by January 15. If you have not heard from the workshop chairs by 15 January or within two weeks of March 30th in the later round of acceptances, then please contact them directly to be informed of the decision concerning your paper.

 

* There is no need to register for the WCCL until you have received notification of the acceptance of your paper.

 

Step 2: Send your paper

 

Once accepted, please send a final copy of the paper to  submission@wccl2018-seoul.org, and then all submission procedures are completed.

 

Papers must be received by May 1 in order to be made available on the website before the Congress.