All papers presented at the conference since 2007 and published in the conference proceedings
have been published in the ACM Digital Library, registered in the US Congress Library
and indexed in SCOPUS, dblp, etc.
22nd International Conference on Computer Systems and Technologies
As of year 2018 the Association for Computing Machinery requires that all proceedings published by it have the same layout.
Thus all accepted papers should be composed and formatted by using the new ACM's article templates
(https://www.acm.org/publications/proceedings-template). Please use the "ACM_Sigconf" style. If you want you can still submit your papers in our old format, but if they are accepted you should prepare the
camera-ready version by using the new ACM template. Traditionally all
CompSysTech papers should be up to 8 pages long.
According to ACM's policy all papers submitted to CompSysTech'20 will be checked for plagiarism / self-plagiarism by
iThenticate® - the most popular plagiarism detection tool that employs the entire Crossref's database. Papers will be
initially checked now, before
announcing the results. Then accepted papers will be checked again right before publication.
This is to ensure they are not submitted and accepted somewhere else. If we determine that an accepted paper is published
somewhere else, we will reject it before publication, but the conference fee will not be refunded.
CompSysTech’21 is organized under the patronage of the:
BULGARIAN MINISTRY OF EDUCATION AND SCIENCE
JOHN ATANASOFF UNION OF AUTOMATION AND INFORMATICSUNIVERSITY OF RUSE