Guidelines for camera-ready papers

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Final versions of the papers accepted at the ISPRS Congress should be provided before May 4th, 2020.


Which template should I use ?

Please use the official ISPRS template available here: (ISPRS Orange Book, Appendix 5). It should scrupulously be followed.

We remind you that “The Society may omit any paper that does not conform to the specified requirements.There will be no opportunity for corrections or improvements of poorly prepared originals”.


How to provide the final version?

Similarly to the initial version, use Conftool for that. 

  • Log in.
  • Click on “Your submissions”.
  • For each paper you (co-)authored, you have to select “Upload Camera-ready paper” on the right panel.
    • The title can be changed, if necessary or suggested by the reviewers.
    • The presenting author should be specified (radio button on the right part of the “Information on Author(s)” panel.
    • The final paper can only be provided as a PDF file, following ISPRS template.


For an efficient review process and program planning, your paper may have been (re)assigned to a specific ISPRS Technical Commission and Working Group. We ask you not to change this assignment. 


When can I upload my contribution ?

The final upload of camera-ready paper will start on March 20 and end on April 13.


Can I Indicate which kind of presentation I prefer for the Congress?

No, the decision between long oral, short oral, and interaction presentation will be decided by the International Program Committee, based on your reviews and the balance between all subjects:


What about supplementary material ?

You may have provided supplementary material with your initial submission (PDF or url for a short video). Any additional material can be appended if your contribution does not exceed the limits. Otherwise, url towards permanent repositories/personal/professional webpages are encouraged to be included into the paper.


Where can I access the proceedings of the Congress ?

All camera-ready papers that follow the ISPRS template will be included either in the ISPRS Annals and Archives. They will be made available on ISPRS website, few days before the start of the Congress.


What should I check before submitting my final paper ?

First of all, the recommendations and suggestions of the reviewers should be taken into account so as to improve the content of your paper.

In addition, basic elements to be verified are:

  • Title in upper cases.
  • Title of main sections (1., 2., …) in upper cases.
  • ISPRS affiliation (Technical Commission + Working Group) below authors’ information is not mandatory.
  • Do not forget to mention the corresponding author (with * and the footer of the left column of the first page).
  • The list of keywords is free but is limited to 5/6-8 words.
  • The paper is two-columns but the abstract is single-column.
  • The font is Times New Roman, with 9 point size.
  • Text is single spaced.
  • No page number should be provided.
  • Captions of tables and figures should be centered and below the table or the illustration.
  • Equations should have a number.
  • Symbols and units must be written according to the SI.
  • All symbols, unusual characters and acronyms must be explicited.
  • References must be cited like “(Author1 et al., 2010)” or “(Author1 and Author2, 2010)” or “Author1 et al. (2010)…” if this is a subject within a sentence.
  • References:
    • Doi should be privileged instead of url.
    • Names of journals and conferences must be consistent across all references.
    • ISPRS Annals and Archives papers must be cited as journal with volume, issue, and page number.
    • Any journal paper must be cited with the volume, the issue (if existing), and the page number.
    • Using Mendeley or Zotero, you can adopt the style “ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing”. Using EndNote, it is “Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing”.
  • The revision date must be omitted.