As in prior conferences in the series, all participants who have registered to the conference are encouraged to submit a paper. The conference proceedings will be published by Springer-Verlag within the Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering (LNCSE) series. All papers must be prepared and submitted using the LaTeX template below. The following page restrictions apply (including acknowledgements and references):
  • Invited plenary presentations: 12 pages
  • Minisymposia and contributed presentations: 8 pages
The deadline for submission for peer review is November 11, 2022 November 25, 2022.

All papers will be refereed. Presentation at the conference does not guarantee publication. Submitted papers need not conform identically to what was presented at the conference; titles and authoring may change. Papers may be related to other publications by the author(s), but they should include original results. Due to page restrictions, it is natural that some authors will attempt to publish a more complete version of their work in archival journals and reserve a special angle for their proceedings paper. The DD27 proceedings should meet traditional standards for originality and quality, within the limitations of length.

Please follow this link in order to get information on how to prepare your manuscript. Once there, select "LaTeX Template" and then download the zip file for "contributed books" to access the style file, a sample file and more detailed instructions.

Note: The proceedings will be published in camera-ready version. Consequently, prepare your manuscripts as close to their intended final appearance as possible.

References: Springer asks you to follow the attached document entitled "Mathematical_and_Physical_Sciences.pdf". Please note that the references should be numbered. Users of BibTeX can use the provided spbasic.bst style file provided as part of the zip file with template. Cite any references within the text also by numbers (rather than e.g. by author/year).

Although abstracts are not a part of contributions to the proceedings of the DD conferences, we ask you to provide a short abstract of one or two paragraphs which will be available for free in the electronic version. Using the LaTeX template, this section corresponds to the abstract* environment.

Please number subheadings subsequently, starting with “1”, also if the first subheading is “1 Introduction”. Regarding the numbering of figures, tables, equations, theorems etc. please use the same style as shown in the authsamp.pdf.

If excerpts from copyrighted works (including websites) such as illustrations, tables, animations, or text quotations are included in your manuscript, please obtain permission from the copyright holder (usually the original publisher) for both the print and online format. You can get to most publications via the Copyright Clearance Center at RightsLink ( Only in cases where a publication can’t be found via that service, use the Permission Request Form and send it to the rights owner to obtain permission.

Instructions for submitting your manuscript:
Access to the proceedings:
All paid registrants will be sent a complimentary copy of this book upon publication, which will be mailed to the physical address you provided. Access to e-book: all contributing authors are nowadays granted access to the complete electronic version of their book, provided the affiliations listed at the beginning of the individual contributions do also contain their e-mail addresses. Individual chapter pdf downloads are not available. About 4–6 weeks upon publication of the print edition the chapter authors will receive a so-called “Congratulations” e-mail with their personal registration link (or in the case of new authors with log-in data for MySpringer) and information on how to get hold of the free e-Book via the author’s/editor’s personal account at MySpringer on, provided they have given their e-mail address in addition to their name and affiliation on the first page of the contribution (this is a precondition).