Presenting authors are invited to submit a full proceedings paper!
Author Registration Requirements
- For an accepted paper to be presented at the conference, at least one author must be registered for in-person or virtual attendance.
- The (extended) Author Registration Deadline is Thursday, 2023-04-20.
- For an accepted paper to be included in the proceedings/IEEE Xplore, it must be covered by a full IEEE Member or Non-Member registration fee. Each full registration for in-person or virtual attendance can cover publication of up to two papers.
- Student registration fees do not ensure paper publication. Please contact us for special consideration if this creates undue hardship.
- Paper publication requires presentation at the conference, either in-person or virtual. IEEE reserves the right to exclude any accepted paper that was not presented from distribution after the conference, including removal from IEEE Xplore.
- Contribution to the conference proceedings and IEEE Xplore is strongly encouraged.
- High-quality two-page abstracts that follow the guidelines for proceedings papers can be directly re-submitted for the proceedings. Alternatively, authors may write a separate, more expansive proceedings paper.
- Detailed guidance is provided in the abstracts template at https://epapers2.org/ifcs2023/ESR/samples.php
- IEEE policy requires a copyright release for each proceedings paper. Without a copyright release on file, your paper cannot be published in the conference proceedings. Further instructions will be included in your decision email.
- Multiple submission is not acceptable for any proceedings contribution. Please do not submit any manuscript concurrently under active consideration for publication elsewhere.
Use of previously published work (self-use)
For proceedings papers (but not for abstract submission): If authors choose to use their own previously published work as a basis for a new submission, they are required to cite the previous work and very briefly indicate how the new submission to this conference offers substantively novel contributions beyond those of the previously published work. For detailed information, see the IEEE Publication Services and Products Board (PSPB) Operations Manual at https://www.ieee.org/opsmanual.pdf, Sections 8.1.7.F and 8.2.4.G.
IEEE defines plagiarism as the reuse of someone else’s prior processes, results, or words without explicitly acknowledging the original author and source. Plagiarism in any form is unacceptable and is considered a serious breach of professional conduct, with potentially severe ethical and legal consequences. For additional information see the IEEE Publication Services and Products Board (PSPB) Operations Manual at https://www.ieee.org/opsmanual.pdf, Section 8.2.4 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.