Submit Extended Abstract For IGS Conference

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Submit a paper (4-pages long, see Conference Website for template) falling in one of the following categories: survey or tutorial, research and on-going research.

Survey or tutorial papers should present the state of the art for any of the topics listed above, possibly focusing on the role that inter-disciplinarity has played in shaping that specific field.

Research papers should describe either theoretical or experimental works that have reached conclusive results.

On-going research papers should describe partial/preliminary results, successful applications of well-known techniques to specific domains, original or enhanced algorithms, or experimental methodologies.


The IGS 2015 Conference is multidisciplinary and papers will be considered (but not limited to) the following disciplines:

– Experimental Psychology
– Clinical Neuropsychology
– Experimental Neuropsychology
– Neurology
– Neuroscience
– Biophysics
– Education
– Paleography
– Brain- Computer Interfaces
– Letter design
– Forensic science
– Engineering (signal processing)
– Computer science
– Cognitive science
– Human Computer Interaction
– Motor Control
– Artificial intelligence

The Organizing Committee invites authors to submit original and unpublished research, developments, innovations and case studies related to any of the fields of Graphonomics.

Invited Papers will be published in journals such as

Human Movement Science
IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems
The Journal of Forensic Document Examination