Call for Papers
LIKE stands for Location Intelligence Knowledge Exchange and at its core is a peer-reviewed Location Intelligence conference. ME in LIKE ME stands for Mother Earth which emphasizes the theme of this year’s conference that is Climate Change. So all submissions to LIKE ME 2022 are to bear relevance to Location Intelligence and/or Climate Change. Below are some of our suggested topics that are related to the two, but this is not an exhaustive lists.
The Like Me International conference will bring together leading researchers and practitioner with diverse yet highly integrated scientific topics with the purpose to advance technological sustainable social and human development around the world. Here are the core topics (this is not an exhaustive list):
Machine Learning/Deep Learning/Representation Learning
Natural Language Processing
Instrumentation & Measurement
Autonomous Systems (Vehicles, Drones, and other Machinery)
February 15th, 2022 Paper Deadline (moved form Jan 22nd)
Feb 25th, 2022 Notification of Acceptance & Revision Requests (moved from Feb 10th)
Presentation Slides Sent by: March 3rd, 2022
Presentation Dates: At the time of acceptance you will be assigned ta time-slot in the following conference session.
Conference Session for Accepted Papers
You will receive the paper acceptance notification within 15 days - 20 days, after your paper is submitted.
The peer-review process for the submissions is double-blind
All accepted papers will be published in our LIKE ME proceedings which will be available on this website.
Please use one of the following templates to submit your paper
Overleaf LaTex template [Recommended to use Overleaf as the LaTex editor for this template]
Manuscript Format and Style (Writing Guide)
To be considered for review, an extended abstract must include:
1. A working title that clearly identifies the conference objectives being addressed
2. A statement of the empirical or theoretical concern
3. A short summary locating the concern within a wider literature
4. A concise account of the empirical or theoretical-methodological approach
5. The main arguments of the paper and an indication of the supporting evidence
6. A statement of the main conclusions and their relevance to an international audience
Authors must use the templates provided above which enforce partially (if not in full) the following formatting guidelines.
Title and Authorship Information
The following information should be included* Paper title* Author and all co-author(s) names* Full institutional mailing addresses* e-mail addresses of author and all co-authors When submitting manuscripts for potential publication in the conference proceedings, please submit an original editable file in one of the (.doc,.docx, .pdf) style files. All figures, images, tables, etc., should be embedded into the original file. All submitted full text articles should report original, previously unpublished research results and must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere. Detailed instructions on preparing papers for submission can be found in the Paper Submission Instructions. ·
The manuscript should contain an abstract. The abstract should be self-contained and citation-free.
Add about four key words or phrases in alphabetical order, separated by commas.
This section should be succinct, with no subheadings.
All acknowledgments (if any) should be included at the very end of the manuscript before the references and may include supporting grants, presentations, and so forth.
Authors are responsible for ensuring that the information in each reference is complete and accurate.
Please follow the guidelines within the template you choose from the available Templates Above below for references style and format.
Authors are invited to write their papers using the .docx or Overleaf LaTex templates brought above, and submit the resultant .docx or PDF documents, respectively, to the Academic Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org . Make sure you submit the complete paper with filled authorship information, title, and affiliation section at the top of the first page of the template. If you choose to use the Overleaf LaTex template and are therefore submitting the resultant PDF, make sure you send us 2 PDF copies, one with full authorship and affiliation information at the top and another without, for the double-blind review.
Dr. Yuri Lawryshyn, Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry, Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering, Director of the Centre for Management of Technology and Entrepreneurship, University of Toronto
Dr. Graham Watt, Senior Director, Climate Change, Tech Strategy, Innovation, Research at RBC Royal Bank