Paper Submission

The 2nd AEMT 2018

Paper Submission

ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

  • The deadline for electronic abstract-submissions is

8 October 2017 ( CLOSED ).

  • Authors have to submit an abstract electronically, containing sufficient information to allow the Technical Program Committee to evaluate their contributions.
  • If the abstract has been requested for an Invited Speaker presentation, please provide “Invited Paper” after the paper title.
  • The abstract and paper submissions for the 2nd AEMT 2018 will be accepted only through the conference web site link by Easy Chair. Paper submitted via e-mail attachments will be not accepted.
  • The corresponding author will receive an acknowledgement of abstract submission. The corresponding author will then be notified of acceptance by 30 November 2017, and will be given instructions for the mandatory electronic submission of the full paper
  • Full papers will be further reviewed before inclusion in the 2nd AEMT 2018 Proceeding.
  • For a paper to be scheduled for presentation, the paper must be associated with a registration to the 2nd AEMT 2018. All papers must be presented by one of the authors and each registered author may present more than one paper with additional fees.
  • Selected papers will be published in IEEE Xplore (indexed by SCOPUS).
  • The best papers will be invited to be published in "International Journal of Technology " and

"International Journal on Electrical Engineering and Informatics" (indexed by SCOPUS).

 

CLICK HERE FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSION

Procedure for submission can be downloaded here.

 

FULL PAPER SUBMISSION

Preparing your Papers for Submission

  • Papers must be submitted through easychair submission system.
  • Papers must be written on A4-format page according to the IEEE template Manuscripts of minimum four (4) pages and up to eight (8) pages in length. Submissions exceeding eight (8) pages will not be accepted.
  • IEEE template manuscripts can be downloaded here
  • Papers should NOT have page numbers, headers, and footers
  • Conference papers are to be submitted electronically (*.pdf form), with file size limited to 2 MB.
  • Accepted and presented papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings, and will be submitted to IEEE Xplore® online digital library.
  • IEEE is very strict about the requirements for converting application files or PostScript files to full-text PDF for inclusion in IEEE Xplore®.
  • The most important issue that every author shall pay attention to is to make sure that all the fonts used in your papers are EMBEDDED and SUBSETTED, especially for papers from Asia and Europe. Failure to embed and subset fonts is the biggest obstacle to PDF compliance with IEEE Xplore® and please make sure that your PDF files are compliant with IEEE Xplore®. Papers failing to meet the IEEE Xplore® PDF requirements may be rejected.

 

MINIMUM IEEE PDF REQUIREMENTS

Each PDF for IEEE Xplore® must have all of these characteristics:

  1. Be PDF 1.4 (Acrobat 5) or later but not Acrobat 9.
  2. Must be created with a PDF distiller. Scanning is not permitted.
  3. Embeds or subsets all fonts. Doing so helps makes sure that the mathematics appears as intended and improves text searching in the PDF. Please note some TrueType fonts have a setting added by the font designer that prevents the font from being embedded and should be avoided.
  4. Does NOT have a password or other security settings.
  5. Does NOT contain any bookmarks or links. Links are supported now only by using a summary.txt, readme file, and a packing list. They appear in the IEEE Xplore® TOC as multimedia.
  6. Does NOT contain crop marks, registration marks, date stamp, time stamp, or any other mark that does not appear in the official version of the publication.
  7. Does NOT contain any PostScript that overrides the settings file.
  8. Does NOT use PDF attachments.
  9. Does NOT consist of a PDF Package or Merged PDF, a PDF 1.7 (Acrobat 8) feature.

 

IMPORTANT IEEE POLICY

  • The IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (including its removal from IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented at the conference. Papers are reviewed on the basis that they do not contain plagiarized material and have not been submitted to any other conferences/workshops/symposia at the same time (double submission). These matters are taken very seriously and the IEEE Communications society will take action against any author who engages in either practice.

 

Paper Submission and Review Process

  • The presenting author should update any changes from the abstract to the final paper; such as the title and/or author information. This can be done directly via easychair.

 

 

 

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