Please read carefully the following guidelines. They will help you to manage your account and your submission(s).

Create an account

To participate to the conference, you must first have an account. As an user, you are uniquely identified by your email. It can be changed, but there cannot exist two users with the same email.

Are you already registered as a user? You may be already known as a user, even if you are not aware of it. For instance:

  1. You are a reviewer for this event, and the administrator created an account for you.
  2. You already proposed a submission in the past, and your account still exists.
  3. You are an author of a submission create by another user.
Before creating an account you can check whether you are already registered.

When your account is created, you can log in the system, submit one or several papers, and manage your profile and the list or your submissions.


To be registered, each participant must pay a registration fee which comprises the conference registration and the lunches. This can be done at any moment by clicking on the 'My registration(s)' link in the Participant console or directly on "Registration" in the main menu.


As a participant, you may submit a contribution to the conference which can be a talk and/or a paper. For that, clic on the link New submission and follow the instructions. The scientific committee will make a selection among all the submissions and will keep you informed whether your contribution has been accepted or not.


The proceedings of the conference CCT11 will be published by World Scientific. The deadline for the contributions is Dec 15, 2011, with an expected publication of the book in the spring of 2012. Each participant will receive a copy.

If you wish to contribute, please send us as soon as possible a tentative title and list of authors.

Moreover, we remind you that as these contributions are collected in a book that will be addressed to a "large" audience, a pedagogical style is important while preparing your manuscript.
-Manuscripts are expected to be camera ready in average of 8 pages with an upper limit of 10, using World Scientific style files and rules.
-For review and focus speakers please contact us if you wish to write a larger paper.

You may find direction and style files at . The book format will be 9''x6''.
Files need to be directly sent to us, electronically at: