All paper submissions must be written in English and must be formatted in standard IEEE 2-column format. The mandatory IEEE template in Microsoft Word and LaTeX format can be found at the IEEE templates page. Only Adobe PDF files will be accepted for the review process. All submissions must be made electronically through EDAS. To submit a paper, follow this link.
We will consider two different categories of papers:
Full papers should describe novel research contributions and are limited in length to eight (8) printed pages (10-point font) including figures, tables, and references. Papers exceeding 8 pages will not be accepted at EDAS, nor reviewed at all.
Short papers should be more visionary in nature and may report on work in progress without finished results. They are meant to present novel perspectives, so as to foster discussion about innovative directions and new points of view. They are limited to at most four (4) pages including figures, tables, and references, but might in many cases be even shorter. Accepted short papers will be included in the proceedings and they will be given (a shorter) time for oral presentation at the conference.
Please note that the full paper and short paper categories target different kinds of contributions. Papers submitted to a category will not be moved to a different category: a paper will either be accepted for the category where it has been submitted, or it will be rejected. Full papers will not be “downgraded” to short papers. Therefore, please be sure to carefully assess for yourself prior to submission which is the most suitable submission category for your paper, and to make sure that the presentation in the manuscript is well suited to the aims of this category.
When preparing your manuscript, please make sure that your paper contains no headers, no footers, and no page numbers, and that fonts are embedded in the PDF. The review process is single-blind, so authors’ names must appear in the paper. Check that your page size is A4 (8.3 by 11.7 inches (210 mm x 297 mm)).
To have an idea of how an EDAS-compliant paper looks like, download this sample pdf. If your paper looks very similar, EDAS should display no issues.