Here are the steps you must follow when submitting the final version of the paper:

1. Prepare final version in compliance with conference requirements, using Latex or MsWord template available below on this page, “Preparation of Submissions”.

2. Prepare your files:
a) all source files required for a final paper compilation (compressed in a single zip file)
b) a PDF file with the final version of your manuscript,
c) a scanned signed copyright form in a separate PDF file. The form is available 
d) a PDF file with a list of improvements and corrections made according to the reviewers’ comments (except for papers accepted in Reports on  AI Business Projects track).


3. When you are ready, please log in to the CMT system ( and submit all requested files mentioned in point 2 above. Final papers MUST be submitted by March 20, 2024.

4. Register for the conference at


Accepted papers must be presented by the author(s) personally and the conference fee must be paid by March 20, 2024.



PP-RAI’2024 welcomes submissions related to any aspect or area of Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning research. There are three types of submissions and it is up to the author(s) to decide which one of them they will use.

  • Regular papers (4-6 pages)

Regular papers must show scientific results, be original, and must not have been published or be under consideration for publication at other venues. Papers will be reviewed by experts in the field and the respective Track Chairs will decide on their acceptance or rejection. All accepted regular papers will be presented in the form of a poster. Selected papers will be additionally presented in oral sessions. The PP-RAI’2024 Program Committee will decide if an accepted paper will be included in the conference proceedings.

  • Extended abstracts (2 pages)

Extended abstracts cater to researchers who aim to present their work and discuss it during PP-RAI but cannot publish it as a regular paper at the conference (e.g. due to security or formal issues) or who present preliminary research ideas that are not sufficiently developed to be presented in the form of a regular conference paper. As with regular papers, extended abstracts will be reviewed by experts in the field and the respective Track Chairs will decide on their acceptance or rejection. Extended abstracts will not be included in the conference proceedings. They will all be presented as posters during the conference.

  • Business project summaries (1 page)

This track is mainly intended for participants from business willing to share their AI/ML-related projects, present and discuss them during the conference so as to receive feedback from both academia and (other) business participants. Business project summaries will not be published in the proceedings. Similarly to other types of submissions, they will be presented at the conference. When submitting the paper, the authors of business project summaries should choose the following track: Reports on AI Business Projects.



All submissions must be prepared using the appropriate templates (see below) and submitted in the form of a PDF file through the PP-RAI’2024 online submission system. Additional info on the submission system and submission procedure will be released in the first days of January.

Submissions may be rejected without being sent to the reviewers if they do not comply with the required format, length or if they do not lie within the scope of the conference. 

Each accepted paper (regular paper, extended abstract, business project summary) must be presented by one of the authors, who must register for the conference and pay the participation fee. 



Submissions to PP-RAI’2024 should be prepared using the following conference templates. In each case the authors are strongly encouraged to use Latex templates (not Ms Word) so as to assure consistency of the final conference materials.

  • Regular papers (4-6 pages) or extended abstracts (1-2 pages)

Latex: HERE, Ms Word: HERE

  • Business project summaries (1 page)

Latex: HERE, Ms Word: HERE 



We are using the CMT conference system.

Submission link:

If you are new to CMT you must first create an account. In case of technical problems, please contact Adam Żychowski ( for support in this process



Each paper will be reviewed. The following review outcomes are possible:

  • Accepted regular paper - your paper has been accepted without the need for any changes. You now need to upload the final camera ready (publication) files - source files and PDF file, together with a signed PDF file with a copyright agreement and perhaps other formal documents.
  • Accepted extended abstract or business project summary - you may update the details of your submission, but you do not need to upload your source files.
  • Revision of regular paper - you need to revise the paper and upload its new PDF version. If your paper has been accepted after revision, you will be asked for the camera ready (publication) files.
  • Rejected (any form of submission) - your paper is not suitable for the conference.


Selected regular papers will be published in the electronic conference proceedings published by the Warsaw University of Technology Publishing House.



After the conference, the authors of the selected best papers will be invited to extend their contribution to special issues / special sections of internationally recognized journals. The following journals are currently confirmed:

The information on the available special issues will be updated on an ongoing basis.