International Conference Proceedings Series
The ACM International Conference Proceeding Series (ICPS) provides a mechanism for publishing the contents of high-quality conferences, technical symposia and workshops in the ACM Digital Library, thereby increasing their visibility among the international computing community.
ACM has published 45,000 research papers in the ACM Digital Library from over 1,350 conferences through the ICPS program since it was established in 2002. All ICPS published articles appear in the ACM Digital Library (DL) and are assigned DOIs, enhancing discovery, enabling persistent reference linking and archiving in digital preservation repositories, and ensuring perpetual access.
Publication in the ACM DL ensures high visibility. The ACM DL averages over 4 million unique users from 195 countries every month. On average, users generate 4.4 million page views and 1.75 million downloads each month.
Rules on Use of ACM Name and Logo
Detailed information on how conference organizers may refer to or reproduce the ACM name and logo is provided here.
New ACM Policy on Authorship
ACM has a new Policy on Authorship, covering a range of key topics, including the use of generative AI tools. Please familiarize yourself with the new policy and the associated list of Frequently Asked Questions.
For information on applying for publication in ICPS, please see the links to the right. Any questions should be directed to [email protected].