The International Meshing Roundtable utilizes a two-phased paper review process. Papers may either be accepted with or without revisions. For most cases where “accepted with revision” has been indicated by the first review, specific modifications will be requested prior to a final review and acceptance.
Please follow formatting and submitting instructions for the appropriate submission type. Please read the instructions in their entirety.
Deadlines are all 11:59 pm Mountain Daylight Time (UTC-6 hours)
- Call for papers: March 27, 2019
- Paper submission website opens: April 15, 2019
- Full paper submission deadline - Extension: June 21, 2019
- Final paper notification of acceptance: August 9, 2019
- Research Abstracts Submission Deadline: August 6, 2019
- Research Abstracts Notification: August 20, 2019
- Final camera-ready papers due: September 22, 2019
Specific formatting, submission and other requirements can be found by clicking each submission type.
Special Note: The same template should be used for all submission types. Either LaTeX or Microsoft Word can be used while preparing your submission. To download the templates click Templates-IMR, both LaTeX and Word template files are included.
Authors must use these templates for all submissions while strictly following the guidelines provided above for each submission type.
Full papers must have original and significant contribution in order to be accepted. All papers will be rigorously peer-reviewed by reviewers selected by the program committee. Accepted papers will be published and will also be provided to conference attendees on a flash drive and available on the IMR website. The proceedings are printed in color. Each accepted paper will be given a 20 minute slot for presentation plus 5 minutes for questions. At least one of the authors must register and attend the conference for a paper to be included in the proceedings.
Final full papers must be submitted using the template accessible on this page. Final papers will not be accepted in any other format.
Formating RequirementsA full paper are limited to 18 pages in length, including figures, tables, references and appendices.
Submission RequirementsInitial paper submission: both a PDF and the source files used to generate the PDF (either Word or Latex files) are required for the initial submission. Submissions must meet the format requirements above. Please compress all files into a .zip file and submit electronically via the OpenConf website: https://www.openconf.org/IMR28/track1/openconf.php
Review ProcessThe review process this year will be double blind. Please follow these guidelines:
1. Do not include author names or affiliations anywhere in the manuscript, or in any Supplementary Information files (or in any file names).
2. Do not include any author names in the Acknowledgments section in the manuscript on submission (though please do include information about funding). Author names can be added to the Acknowledgments section after completion of the peer-review process.
3.Do not include work in the reference list that has not yet been accepted for publication.
4. When referring to your own work within the paper, avoid using terminology that might reveal your identity, e.g. avoid phrases such as we have previously shown [citation].
Final Camera-Ready SubmissionOnly PDF files are accepted for the final camera ready submission and must conform strictly to the identified format guidelines. Final submissions for accepted papers must be received by September 22, 2019 via the paper submission website: https://www.openconf.org/IMR28/track1/openconf.php
Authorization to Publish / Copyright AgreementA completed “authorization to publish” or copyright agreement form will be required after acceptance of your paper. Details will be sent to authors of accepted papers.
If you have questions about the Call for Papers or paper submission process contact:Joaquim Peiro, Papers Chair
Imperial College London
Ryan Viertel, Papers Co-Chair
Sandia National Laboratories
Research Abstracts are extended abstracts not exceeding a single A4 page (single spaced) describing new ideas, exploratory research, preliminary results, corrections or updates to previously published research in the field of meshing. These research abstracts will be reviewed by the IMR committee upon submission. Unlike full papers, these abstracts will not be part of the conference proceedings and camera-ready submissions are not necessary. Talks on the research abstracts will be presented at the conference. These abstracts will also be published on the IMR website and will be included in the registration material. Each research abstract will be given a 10 minute slot for presentation followed by 5 minutes for Q&A.
Formating RequirementsA research abstract should not exceed a single A4 page (single spaced) using the template.
Final research abstracts must be submitted using the template accessible on this page and will not be accepted in any other format.
Submission RequirementsOnly a PDF file is required for the initial submission. Submissions must meet the format requirements above and be electronically submitted via the OpenConf website: Available soon.
If you have questions about the Call for Papers or paper submission process contact:Nilanjan Mukherjee, Research Abstracts Chair
To propose a poster, submit a one-paragraph abstract describing the poster topic and content. Be sure to consider why it would be interesting to IMR attendees. Abstracts are limited to 100 words.
Poster and Meshing Contest abstracts are limited to 100 words provided in a pdf file using the template.
Prepare a pdf file of your abstract using the papers template. Poster authors will also submit a single slide for the one-minute advertisement (PowerPoint or PDF) presentation session, and a pdf of the poster itself.
The required pdf of the poster, along with a one-page PowerPoint introductory slide must be submitted by September 22, 2019. Submissions must meet the format requirements above and be electronically submitted via the OpenConf website: Available soon.
Poster Session Requirements
Authors must also bring the printed poster, about 3' by 4', to the IMR. At least one of the poster authors must attend the IMR. The IMR will provide stands and poster boards for displaying the poster, but otherwise the author is solely responsible for all supplies and logistics, including printing and transport.
If you have questions about the User Forum contact:Vladimir Tomov, Chair
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Trevor Robinson, Co-Chair
Queen’s University Belfast