IEEE International conference on


December 12-14, 2022 - Virtual (with satellite events)

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Information for authors and presenters

Authors of accepted papers must upload their final camera ready version no later than November 7, 2022, via the following link:

Upload link for camera ready papers

Once you create a login, the system will provide you with further information about formatting your paper (including an option to verify your format with PDF eXpress(TM)) and who to contact in case of problems. When uploading your paper, the system also asks you to fill out the copyright release form, which is mandatory for having your paper published. Please take note of the following formatting guidelines and page limits and don't forget to also register by Nov 14, 2022. Authors are required to present their paper at the conference.

Your final papers MUST be formatted according to the following Formatting Instructions:

Page limits

Page limits are exluding references. You can extend this limit by buying up to three more pages at USD 50 for each additional page. This is particularly intended for authors who have been asked by reviewers to provide additional information and details.

Presenter information

Virtual environment

We will be using GatherTown as sole environment for the event. People who registered will get an email with a password to log in before the event along with some other information, such as the layout of the rooms.

For people presenting a technical paper, special session paper, or invited paper

You will be presenting your work in an oral presentation. Presentation time will be 30 minutes including questions and switching speakers. Thus, plan about 20 minutes for your talks and 10 minutes for questions and handover. You should be scheduled in a time slot that “reasonably” fits with your time zone (“reasonably” meaning that we tried to avoid that you have to get up in the middle of the night). Please refer to the program to find your presentation time.

Technical specifications and requirements for oral presentations

GatherTown runs in a web browser, so you will need a computer with good internet connection, a webcam, and a microphone for your presentation. In general, presentations are live, but if you prefer, you can also pre-record a video. Presentations in GatherTown are done via screen sharing. See here for related info from GatherTown.

For people presenting posters, demos, and late-breaking-results papers

You will be presenting your work in a poster session. Poster sessions will be 2 hours and there will be one each conference day (Dec 12-14). Each day, it will be scheduled at a different time, and you will be able to choose which day you want to present your poster. This way, we hope to accommodate for people’s time zones as good as possible. You find the different time slots in the program. Before the conference, we will contact you to ask which of the three slots you want to present in.

Technical specifications and requirements for poster presentations

GatherTown runs in a web browser, so you will need a computer with good internet connection, a webcam, and a microphone for your presentation. The standard way to present your work is via a poster. Please send your poster as PDF to the email given below by December 9, so we can add it to the virtual environment.
If you want, you can also use a slide deck instead of a poster. If so, please upload your slides to Google Slides, select “publish to the web” in the “File” menu, and send the access link to your slides to the email below. We do not need the original file. You are also encouraged to use a video to show your work. If you want to do this, please either upload it to YouTube and send the link to the email below, or email us the video directly. It is also possible to show a demo via screen sharing (see here for related info from GatherTown).


If you have any question about the technical setup, please contact Rongkai Shi from the virtual setup team.

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