Prospective authors are invited to submit the Paper of minimum 3 and maximum 4 pages (in English only) according to the template.
Please note, the Camera-Ready of the accepted paper can be extended to 5-6 pages!
Paper must be structured such that the program committee will be able to understand the originality and the value of the work.
Suggested Frame of the Paper:
A submission implies willingness to register and present the work if the paper is accepted for presentation at the Symposium.
Please use one of the Manuscript Templates while preparing your Paper as well as Camera Ready paper:
LaTeX Archive (Style & Bibliography) *
|A4 DOC Format (DOC, 77 KB)||Unix (TAR.GZ, 1.08 MB)|
|A4 RTF Format (RTF, 255 KB)||Windows (ZIP, 1.08 MB)|
* The LaTeX Archive includes the style and the bibliography files both. The LaTeX System Tester is included in the LaTeX archives content as well. The package includes instructions on how to test your LaTeX system settings and reconfigure them as necessary to enable you to emulate the "control output" for the best PDF conversion. You are strongly encouraged to perform this test before laying out your final manuscript. Be sure to use the template's conference mode. See template documentation for details.
In case some formatting issues not described in the Template appear, please, use IEEE Style Manual to find the answers there.
IEEE policy and professional ethics requires that referees treat the contents of papers under review as privileged information not to be disclosed to others before publication. It is expected that no one with access to a paper under review will make any inappropriate use of the special knowledge which that access provides. This applies to anyone else who is authorized to handle symposium submissions.
Each lead author must establish an account and submit the Paper via EasyChair System:
Oral presentation takes about 15 minutes for explaining the State-of-the-Arts, a novel approach to solve a problem, experimental results to prove a proposed approach and conclusion. It is followed by the questions and answers, which takes approximately 5 minutes.
Acceptable format for presentations is MS PowerPoint.
To perform the presentation, laptop computer and projector will be available in the conference room. Please bring your e-presentation to upload on the laptop prior to your session.
A presenter should prepare a reasonable number of slides, which are not exceeding 15 minutes. Typically, one slide is presented per one minute.
Use large font sizes to read slides without efforts, typically 24-pt or more. Slide header sizes are typically 32-pt or more. Use 20-pt size as the smallest one in special cases. Also we suggest using Arial, Verdana fonts for better readability.
Each slide should not be overcrowded by text and graphics. Graphics should be designed to illustrate key points and explain the basic ideas. It should be avoided reading slides by presenter.
The maximum poster size is given by 59,4 cm in width and 84,1 cm in height (A1 format, portrait orientation). The poster identification (Session Number)* should be placed in the upper left corner. The following type sizes are recommended:
Identification (Session Number): 100-pt (For Thursday Poster - TP, for Friday Poster - FP, etc.);
A presenter may download a poster sample here (Poster_example_2019.ppt , Poster_example_2019.jpg). OrgCom will provide the presenter with fastening tools needed for attaching the posters to the poster stands. Poster Session Chairs direct presenters to the appropriate location. If somebody has a problem to print her/his poster in required quality, the OrgCom can ensure a printing the poster. The Tif file preferable (or Pdf), could be e-mailed till September 15 to email@example.com and a printing fee of 15 EUR has to be paid by wire transfer or at registration desk. Only the posters fully satisfying the above requirements will be accepted for presentation! *TP or FP.
If you have any problems during the submission process, feel free to contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org