Authors must submit their final version of camera-ready papers electronically in PDF format through the Paperplaza system no later than 23:59:59 PACIFIC STANDARD TIME (PST, GMT -8) on July 27, 2020. Before submitting the final version, authors are expected to revise their paper taking into account the feedback from the reviewers. Six pages in the standard IEEE Conference Paper Format based on the LaTeX template or Microsoft Word template are allowed for each paper. A maximum of two additional pages are permitted at an extra charge of 50€/page payable at the time of submitting the camera-ready version of the paper.
Step-By-Step Guidelines to Submit Your Final Paper
Step 1: Pay the conference fees for “Upload Charge”. It means that the conference requires at least one of the authors to pay the fee before the final version may be uploaded.
Step 2: Prepare your final paper using the available LaTeX or Microsoft Word templates and following these paper preparation instructions. Make sure to have the latest templates and do not change the formatting in any way.
Step 3: Check that the names of all authors and their order is identical in the PaperPlaza submission system. Please write author names with only the first letter capitalized, that is, use "Firstname Lastname" in all instances and do not use "FIRSTNAME LASTNAME" anywhere.
Step 4: Create a PDF version of your paper and perform the IEEE PDF compliance test. If your paper does not pass the test, you cannot continue and may read the PDF Test Help to revise the format of your paper until it passes the test.
Step 5: To process the copyright transfer for each contribution, follow the "Copyright Transfer" link, and you will be taken to the IEEE copyright transfer site (IEEE eCP) in a new window. Follow the steps as described on IEEE eCP pages and make sure that the paper title and author list are correct before you perform the copyright transfer.
Step 6: Upload the following files:
1. a PDF file of your paper that has passed the IEEE PDF compliance test.