Manuscript submission

Manuscript preparation and submission

Perspective authors can submit the extended summary or full manuscript before the deadline.

  • Please delete your name and affiliation in the paper for blind reviewing.
  • All submitted articles should report original, previously unpublished research results. Full manuscript submitted to the conference must not be under consideration for publication elsewhere.
  • Manuscripts should follow the style of the conference.
  • After the extended summary or full manuscript is accepted and revised according to reviewer’s comments, the author should upload the final revision of full manuscripts together with response to reviewer’s comments onto the submission system. Both MS-Word and PDF files are required for all final manuscripts. (IEEE PDF eXpress tool must be used to generate PDF file of the camera-ready version of all full manuscripts). Please refer to Camera-ready submission guide for full manuscripts.
  • It is required that at least one author of every accepted paper must register before the early-bird registration deadline and give presentation at the conference.
  • All abstracts will be published in the conference abstract book and full manuscripts will be submitted for inclusion into the IEEE Xplore database. Please make sure that the full manuscripts is be no more than 4 pages.
  • According to a typical plagiarism policy, if an accepted full manuscript is proven to have the similarity index of more than 30% to any published work, such paper may be rejected during the reviewing process or excluded from the submission to IEEE Xplore database.

Please strictly follow the instruction and template when submitting the manuscript. More details can be found in the submission online page.

iEECON2022 allows only online submission of the articles in MS-Word and PDF formats. 

Poster submission

iEECON One-Page Papers Guideline

1. Definition and Objective

a. “One-page papers” is one category of research papers submitted to the iEECON.

b. One-page papers must be written in English in the iEECON paper format within one page.

c. The objective of the one-page papers is to provide a stage for free discussion among not only students but also researchers.

2. Presentation and Publication

a. One-page papers are presented in a poster session at the iEECON in general, but a part of them may be assigned to an oral session by the technical program committee.

b. One-page papers are NOT indexed in any databases.

c. The organizing committee and technical program committee may consider and decide to publish one-page papers in the iEECON proceedings.

3. Submission and Review Process

a. The submission deadline is in two weeks after the notification of regular papers, and the notification is in two weeks after the submission.

b. All one-page papers are reviewed by the technical program committee.

c. The technical program committee screens the scientific validity in all papers, and may reject non-scientific papers.

4. Registration

All one-page papers must be registered based on the rate announced on the iEECON web.