HOW TO SUBMIT
Papers should be submitted through the EasyChair electronic submission system. To use EasyChair, one should first create an account (or use an existing one). You can create an EaysChair account here. Log in to your account and follow the steps of submission. If you wish to dedicate your paper proposal to a specific Track or Session contact us with the number and title of your submission and the name of the track/session you would like to join too. If you need help with the submitting process, please contact us.
Submissions should be original and unpublished. Submissions cannot have been published or accepted in a journal or conference proceedings, nor presented at another conference. Further, submissions must not be concurrently under consideration for publication or presentation elsewhere. All submissions will be checked by plagium detection software, so please do not copy from other publications, because it will indicate if there are copied parts.
The official language of the conference and of all submissions is English.
TYPES OF PAPERS
A) Scientific Paper
Scientific papers should be IEEE standard double-column A/4 documents with the minimum pages of 4, and maximum pages of 6. Note that if your paper is longer than 6 pages, an overlength charge may apply (please see the registration fees).
B) Demo Paper
Demo Paper should be IEEE standard double-column A/4 documents with a maximum of 2 pages.
While oral presentations should introduce the scientific results of theoretical papers, demo presentations can demonstrate results via experiments or engineering implementations or applications of results, etc. One Demo Paper is free if it is authored and presented by an author who has already registered a scientific paper or abstract. (Individual DEMO papers require registration.) We encourage presenters to consider this opportunity too, as the combination of oral and demo presentations was very successful at previous CogInfoCom conferences.
C) Extended Abstract Paper
Abstract Paper should be IEEE standard double-column A/4 documents with a maximum of 2 pages.
Publication practices and cultures/traditions of different fields of science differ. Corresponding to this, submission of abstract publications is possible from the connecting fields of science where this type of publication complies with general traditions and practices of the specific scientific area. Accepted and presented abstract papers will be published in the same way as scientific papers.
IEEE XPLORE & PROCEEDINGS
All accepted papers are expected to be included in IEEE Xplore and indexed by EI.
Accepted papers have the opportunity to be presented at the conference, which is also a criterion to be published in the conference proceedings. There are 20 minutes available for all types of presentations including Q&A. We take time limits seriously, session chairs will be requested to stop speakers exceeding the 20 minutes presentation slot, so please prepare your talk according to this. We kindly ask presenters to introduce themselves to the session chairs during the break before the start of their oral session. Equipment provided at the venue:
- – Laptop with Microsoft Windows operating system
- – Projector
- – HDMI cable
- – VGA adapter
We recommend that speakers test their presentation, sounds, and videos during the break before their session starts. The final timetable of the presentations will be available a few weeks before the conference. If you have any specific needs regarding your presentation, please contact us.
NOTE: IEEE FORMATTING ONLY REQUIRED FOR FINAL SUBMISSION FOLLOWING ACCEPTANCE.
Since only IEEE standard format double-column A/4 papers will be included in the proceedings and uploaded to IEEE Xplore, so it is important that you convert your paper to a fully compliant IEEE format. You can download templates for your paper here:
To see if your paper matches the criteria please upload the source file (in Word or Latex) to the http://www.pdf-express.org/ website and check the formatting. In order to use this website, the Conference ID is coming soon.
Creating your PDF eXpress Account
First, log in to the IEEE PDF eXpress site. First-time users should do the following:
- 1. Select the New Users – Click Here link.
- 2. Enter the following:
- – the Conference ID: coming soon
- – your email address
- – a password
- 3. Continue to enter information as prompted.
- 4. An online confirmation will be displayed and an email confirmation will be sent verifying your account setup.
Previous users of PDF eXpress need to follow the above steps but should enter the same password that was used for previous conferences. Verify that your contact information is valid.