- Submission deadli
- ne: Apr 1, 2023 23:59 (GMT -0700)
- Decision notification: Apr 15, 2023 23:59 (GMT -0700)
- ALL submissions must be made on-line from this web site.
- Email submissions will NOT be accepted.
- If you are making multiple submissions, you only need to create one web account. Use the same account (User name & Password) for any additional submissions.
- If you need to edit any author information or resubmit your abstract, it may be done up until the submission deadline.
Use our templates to meet formatting requirements below. Your abstract must comply with the following specifications:
- Abstract Length: 750 words (1 page max.)
- Abstract Size: US Letter (8.5" x 11") or A4 (210mm X 297mm)
- Fonts: Embed ALL fonts in your PDF file.
- Avoid the use of Type 3 fonts.
- File Format: Adobe PDF (.pdf)
- Allowed File Size: 10MB
- Do NOT page number your abstract
- Do NOT apply security settings to your PDF file.
- Note: Deviations from the above abstract specifications could impede the review of your abstract and result in rejection.
For Further Assistance:
- In order to help you meet the above abstract specifications, please use the templates which can be found on the Templates page.
- If you are having problems creating your file, please link to the author help page.
If your abstract is accepted for publication at this conference, you will also need to adhere to the following requirements:
- IEEE policy requires you to file a copyright release for each accepted submission. Without a copyright release on file, your paper CANNOT be published. Further instructions will be included in your decision email.
- REMINDER: At least one author per accepted submission must be registered AND attend the conference to present their paper.
- IEEE reserves the right to exclude any accepted paper from distribution after the conference (including, removal from IEEE Xplore) if the accepted paper is not presented at the conference.
Final Full Paper Submission (for accepted papers)
|MS Word Templates:|
The following templates are available for use with MS Office. With minor adjustment they should be usable also with Libreoffice/OpenOffice.
In order to prepare a submission using LaTeX, please use the IEEEtran document class file in “conference” mode. The most up to date distribution of such class is available either from the IEEE or the Comprehensive TeX Archive Network:
The archive includes a README file and extensive documentation as well as a skeleton for the preparation of the conference paper (the bare_conf.tex file).
|Preparation of the bibliography in LaTeX|
|The IEEEtran archive above also contains a directory named “bibtex” with the IEEEtran.bst official BibTeX style for authors of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Transactions journals and conferences. It is meant to be used with the bibtex or pybtex programs. As for the LaTeX document class, there is a README file and extensive documentation.|
|Using Adobe Distiller to generate a PDF file|
In principle, there should be no need to use Acrobat Distiller: recent versions of Microsoft Office can directly save/export your files as PDF; Libreoffice and Openoffice have always been capable of exporting as PDF; modern LaTeX engines can deliver PDF directly. However, if you still prefer to use Distiller:
|For Further Assistance:|
A PowerPoint template for presentations can be downloaded below.
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