ICVL 2018

Call for Papers

The Conference has no Fee


"The important thing is not to stop asking questions." Albert Einstein
"All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them." Galileo Galilei
"A love affair with knowledge will never end in heartbreak." M. G. Marino
"The noblest pleasure is the joy of understanding."Leonardo da Vinci

The Scientific Committee encourages you to submit your abstracts to the Conference. The abstracts should be written in English, the official language of the event.

Abstract List Archive: 1.List 2006 | 2.List 2007 | 3.List 2008 | 4.List 2009 | 5. List 2010 | 6. List 2011 | 7. List 2012 | 8. List 2013 | 9. List 2014 | 10. List 2015 | 11. List 2016 | 12. List 2017

Authors List Archive: 1.List 2006 | 2.List 2007 | 3.List 2008 | 4.List 2009 | 5.List 2010 | 6.List 2011 | 7.List 2012 | 8.List 2013 | 9.List 2014 | 10.List 2015 | 11.List 2016 | 12.List 2017

Deadlines and Important Dates


  • Submission of abstracts for review: August 30, 2018
  • Notification of abstract acceptance: September 1, 2018 |
    extended deadline : September 10, 2018
  • Submission of complete/full papers for the proceedings (Guidelines): September 10, 2018
  • Notification of full paper acceptance (Review Process): September 15, 2018

- Conceiving and finalizing the ICVL program: October 15, 2018
- ICVL sessions (Work sessions, Exhibition): October 26-27, 2018

(Click here)-Welcome to the abstract paper submission on-line form

ATTENDING TO ICVL SESSIONS can be done following the academic community common rules and under these conditions:

  1. as a person interested in papers hearing or visiting the exhibition (using the Online Registration or send an e-mail at vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro);
  2. as an author of a paper/software product (using the Online Registration);
  3. as an IT company/firm representative (send an e-mail at vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro).

Authors are asked to watch the annoucements in section "NEWS"

  • The Conference accepts academically robust papers, topical articles and case studies that contribute to the mentioned area of research.
  • Participation is invited from researchers, teachers, trainers, educational authorities, learners, practitioners, employers, trade unions, and private sector actors and IT industry.

Abstract and Full Paper at ICVL

You are cordially invited to submit abstracts (not more than 250 words), written in English using the Conference online submission (PLEASE CLICK)) system available on http://www.icvl.eu/ or e-mail your abstract (and/or your paper), along with a title page, to vlada[at]fmi.unibuc.ro.

Receipt of submissions will be acknowledged via email within 48 hours. Submissions will be refereed through a double-blind review process.

Papers accepted for presentation will be published in the Conference Proceedings and online papers. Papers are invited for presentation in any of the topic areas listed above (Accepted Abstract/Full List).


Manuscripts will be reviewed in accordance with the standard practice and criteria by Technical Programmed Committee. All submissions will be reviewed on the basis of relevance, originality, significance, soundness and clarity. At least two referees will review each paper proposal submission under a double-blind peer-review process.


The official language of the Conference will be English. All abstracts and full-length papers must be submitted in English.

The Organisation Committee will elaborate until the ICVL opening, the volume with the conference's papers (Proceedings of the International Conference on Virtual Learning with ISSN, Bucharest University Press) and the CD (ISSN 1844 - 8933).
Proceedings of ICVL (Print ISSN 1844 - 8933) - Cite papers in Conference Proceedings Citation Index (ISI Proceedings, accessed via Web of Science)


Research Areas:Computer Science; Education & Educational Research
Web of Science Categories: Computer Science, Interdisciplinary Applications; Education & Educational Research
Language:English, ISSN: 1844-8933

Full Paper (Guidelines for formatting your paper)

The papers will be published in Conference Proceedings as well as on site - online papers. Your paper should have a maximum length of 8 pages and be prepared according to the instructions provided. Manuscripts should be submitted in Microsoft Word or RTF file formats. All papers must be typed in Microsoft Word using Times New Roman and a 11-point font.

Paper presentation at ICVL

Papers authors are asked to prepare the work presentation in PowerPoint/WEB, or Word/PDF. For each work they'll have 15-20 minutes.

In the Conference room the authors will have a computer connected to Internet and a video projector.


You will need to prepare some PowerPoint slides to support your presentation.
The presentation will be around 20 minutes, with 5 minutes allowed for discussion. Think in terms of the following slides:

  • A title slide – Name, Title and what the paper is about
  • One slide with the hypothesis you want to investigate
  • 2 or 3 slides covering your current research plan
  • You should not require any more than an absolute maximum of 10 slides – this would mean talking to each slide for only two minutes
  • It is generally distracting to the audience to have too many slides in a short presentation

We recommend that you also bring with you a copy of the presentation on a data stick or other portable memory device.

Contact person

Univesitatea din Bucuresti

Conf. Dr. M. Vlada, University of Bucharest, Department of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science, 4 - 12 Regina Elisabeta Boulevard, sector 1, Bucharest, Romania.

About CNIV and ICVL: Strong scientific events create and promote values

CNIV and ICVL are scientific events promoting innovative technologies and methodologies in education, research and lifelong improvement, both in the pre-university and university milieu, and in the economic sector, too. Structured and organized by European principles and International standards, the two projects promote implementation of modern ideas in the initial education and continuous training, encourage and promote teamwork and collaborative activities, scientific methods and experiments, creative thinking and intuition, arguing, and proving.