Frequently Asked Questions
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- What is the difference between Abstract and Forum Paper?
- Both abstracts and forum papers are materials of the forum. All forum proceedings will be published on CDs.
However, only forum papers, as the conference proceedings that meet IEEE quality standards, will be published in
IEEE Xplore Digital Library and indexed by the scientific databases like Scopus, Web of Science, Google Scolar, thus
being available to larger audience comparing to abstracts. The guidelines for preparing your submission you can find
- I have several co-authors, who should sign the IEEE copyright form? All of the authors or only me?
- The signature of one representative author is enough.
- I need an official invitation to participate in the Forum. What should I do?
- Just write an e-mail with such request to our secretary firstname.lastname@example.org, including your name,
affiliation, position, address and the title of your contribution.
- Can I present my work in form of a poster?
- No, we want young scientists to practice presentational skills, so only oral presentation is possible.
You do not need to worry though, the audience is very friendly.
- What are the requirements for presentations?
- It should be 15-min long, in .ppt or .pdf format, preferably in English. To respect the equality of all the speakers,
note that a 15-minute talk should last no longer than 12 minutes with 3 minutes allocated to questions. Please make sure
to bring a copy of your presentation on a USB memory stick and be ready to upload it 15 minutes ahead of the start of your
session. Forum Staff will assist you. These videos might help you to prepare your talk:
and long, but probably more useful.
The best presentations will receive awards ;)
- I have sent you my contribution, but I will not be able to present it at the conference, how can I get the proceedings?
- We need to stick to the no-show policy of IEEE. It means that your contribution will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore Digital Library only if you personally present the work.
We do not consider distant attendance. The proceedings will be given to participants at the registration desk with the participant's bag.
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Workshops presentations (for private use only)
Look at the Forum Papers on IEEE Xplore site!
First Call for Papers
Second Call for Papers
Forum Paper Template
IEEE Copyright Form
1 March 2016
15 March 2016
30 June 2016
Deadline for on-line registration and paper submission
22 July 2016
Extended deadline for on-line registration and abstract/paper submission
31 July 2016
27 Aug 2016
Notification of acceptance
11 Sept 2016
Deadline for the travel grant application
12 Sept 2016
Deadline for submission of final papers
10-14 Oct 2016