Submission Instructions


The workshop solicits the sending of two types of contributions relevant to the workshop and suitable to generate discussion:

  • Original, unpublished contributions (pre-prints submitted to ArXiv are eligible) that will be included in an open-access post-proceedings volume of CEUR Workshop Proceedings (, indexed by both Scopus and DBLP.
  • Already published or preliminary work that will not be included in the post-proceedings volume.

All submissions will undergo SINGLE-BLIND peer review by the program committee.

Submissions are to be done electronically through the EasyChair at:

Submission Instructions

Submissions must be:

  • Between 10 and 14 pages long (regular papers)
  • Between 5 and 9 pages long (short papers)

We recommend that authors use the new CEUR-ART style for writing papers to be published:

  • An Overleaf page for LaTeX users is available at:
  • An offline version with the style files including DOCX template files is available at:
  • The paper must contain, as the name of the conference: ROMCIR 2024: The 4th Workshop on Reducing Online Misinformation through Credible Information Retrieval, held as part of ECIR 2024: the 46th European Conference on Information Retrieval, March 24, 2024, Glasgow, UK
  • The title of the paper should follow the regular capitalization of English
  • Please, choose the single-column template
  • According to CEUR-WS policy, the papers will be published under a CC BY 4.0 license:

If the paper is accepted, authors will be asked to sign (at pen) an author agreement with CEUR: