LaTeX Templates for Camera-Ready Paper Format (Regular+Industry Track) Note: For regular and industry-track papers, use sample-sigconf-isca23.tex and sample-sigconf-isca23-industry.tex files (provided within the same folder), respectively.
Upload Camera-ready Submission for Regular Track HotCRP
ACM is the leading publisher for ISCA 2023. All papers must be formatted according to the ACM proceedings template (sigconf) .
Industry track papers must use the industry track camera-ready template , with the phrase "Industry Product" written under the paper title and "This paper is part of the Industry Track of ISCA 2023's program." written as a footnote on the first page (see the PDF in the template for an example). All other papers must use the other format in the zip file.
Authors will receive an email entitled "ACM Rights Management: ISCA '23 -" from ACM (firstname.lastname@example.org) to submit a copyright form. If (corresponding) authors missed the email, or if the link in the email does not contain your paper's information, please contact email@example.com. Once the form is submitted by the authors and approved by ACM, authors will receive a response that will have the DOI number, ISBN number, and additional information regarding the paper. Authors need to use those numbers in the latex template at the appropriate places. Camera-ready files need to be uploaded in the regular and industry HotCRP sites, respectively, under the original paper submission, e.g, click “edit submission” and upload source files and final version.
Papers are limited to 11 pages in length, not including references, unless you purchase extra pages (up to two) or have an approved artifact (for which you can add a two-page appendix). An artifact appendix is only allowed for papers with artifacts submitted and approved by the Artifact Evaluation Committee, and the appendix can describe only the artifact. Extra page fees of US $150 per page are paid during conference registration.
For any questions about the camera-ready process, please email to the ISCA 2023 publications chair.