Guidelines to authors
  • Originality: Ensure that your paper presents original research that has not been previously published or is not currently under review elsewhere. Properly attribute and cite any prior work or sources you use.

  • Relevance: Align your paper with the conference's scope and theme. Ensure that your research is relevant to the field covered by the conference and contributes to the existing body of knowledge. .

  • Clarity and Organization: Clearly articulate your ideas and findings. Organize your paper in a logical manner, including appropriate sections such as introduction, methodology, results, discussion, and conclusion. Use headings and subheadings to enhance readability.

  • Language and Grammar: Write your paper in clear and concise language, ensuring that it is grammatically correct. Use appropriate technical terminology and define any specialized terms or acronyms used.

  • Figures and Tables: Use figures, graphs, and tables to enhance the understanding of your research findings. Ensure that all visuals are clear, labeled, and referenced appropriately within the text.

  • Citations and References: Cite relevant works accurately and provide a comprehensive list of references at the end of your paper. Follow the IEEE citation style guidelines for consistency and proper attribution.

  • Results and Analysis: Present your research results in a clear and transparent manner. Provide appropriate statistical analysis and interpretation of the findings. Discuss the significance and implications of your results.

  • Ethical Considerations: Adhere to ethical standards in conducting and reporting your research. Ensure that any experiments involving human subjects or sensitive data comply with ethical guidelines and have appropriate approvals.

  • Peer Review: Be prepared for a peer review process, where experts in your field will review your paper. Address any reviewer comments or suggestions constructively and thoroughly revise your paper as needed.

  • Submission Deadline: Submit your paper before the specified deadline. Late submissions are typically not accepted.

  • Presentation: If your paper is accepted, prepare a clear and engaging presentation to deliver at the conference. Practice your presentation beforehand to ensure that you can effectively communicate your research.

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