Authors must register in order to submit final papers. Each paper must have either a full registration or an additional paper charge associated with it.
Final paper submission is not possible until payment is complete.
Authors, or an appropriate substitute, must present their accepted papers at the conference according to the posted conference schedule for the technical paper to be published as part of the conference proceedings.
Authors must bring their own computer or devices to use to present their papers.
A digest of 3-5 pages (including figures and tables) and an abstract of 50-100 words should be written in English and must be electronically submitted in PDF format for the review process (see appropriate Call for Papers for details).
Final submission requirements: 6-page paper (without overlength charge) and up to 2 additional pages are allowed with the purchase of additional page charges in the amount of $100 USD per additional page at the time of registration and final paper submission. The conference template can be downloaded here: https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html
Use the US letter 2-column IEEE format in: www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html
The submitted extended summary will be reviewed via a peer review process in order to ensure the highest technical quality of the conference.
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