Manuscripts should be submitted here:
Regular Papers via STTT Regular service.
The Special Sections are run on invitation, the link for submission will
be passed on to the authors by the responsible editor.
The preferred format is LaTeX, but PostScript or PDF are also accepted. Authors who prepare their papers with LaTeX are encouraged to use the Springer-Verlag's macropackage svjour for this journal. It's available here.
Papers must be written in English. Authors whose mother tongue is not English are advised to seek the assistance of a native English speaker who is familiar with the topic of the paper.
Before preparing your manuscript, consult the STTT homepage and/or a copy of the journal to familiarize yourself with its formal and stylistic requirements:
The manuscript should be written in clear and simple language. As STTT addresses quite a heterogeneous audience, a major selection criterion for papers and tools is a suitable and widely accessible presentation. The abstract, key words, and introduction should also be accessible to a wide audience.
Final Versions: After the manuscript is accepted, please
submit also the final version of your article
including figures in electronic form to the
STTT editorial office.
Figures should be sent as separate EPS or TIFF files or as TeX code (see point 8 of the Detailed Instruction for Final Versions).
Regular papers and Special Section Contributions, generally consist of 10-20 STTT pages. This is roughly equivalent to 20-40 pages in LNCS-style. Those are guidelines and no strict limitations.
Contributions to the Opinion Corner should not exceed 5 STTT pages.
Electronic Appendices have no page limitation and may be of different formats, including multimedia material (films, data, links to online sites etc...
All submissions are handled via the corresponding STTT Service.