Please find here the important information for authors, special sessions and tutorials.
SUBMISSION IS NOW CLOSED!
TECHNICAL PROGRAM - INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS
The organizing committee invites prospective authors to submit complete 4-page papers in standard IEEE double-column format, including references, figures and tables, to clearly present the work, methods, results, originality, significance, superiority and applications of the techniques discussed. Papers must be submitted electronically in PDF format. Only electronic submissions will be accepted. The selection committee will give high preferences to 4 pages papers. The submitted manuscript should closely reflect the final paper as it will appear in the proceedings.
The IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems-I is partnering with IEEE NEWCAS 2019. The top-ranked conference papers will be invited for an extended journal version, to be published in a special issue in IEEE TCAS-I.
We invite authors to submit very high quality contributions to get a chance to be part of the IEEE TCAS-I special issue for NEWCAS 2019 in this prestigious and high-impact journal. After the notification of acceptance and if your paper is among the selected, the Technical Program Chairs will get in touch with the authors for the next steps.
TECHNICAL PROGRAM - SUBMISSION
|Full paper submission:||Extended by February 24, 2019 (GMT-0700)|
|Notification of acceptance:||April 07, 2019|
|Camera-ready manuscript:||April 21, 2019|
Submission of papers in consideration of the Presentation Guidelines below -
TECHNICAL PROGRAM - PREPARATIONS AND GUIDELINES
The duration of a presentation slot is 18 minutes. You will have 15 minutes for the presentation itself and 3 minutes for questions from the audience.
Upload of presentations
A proctor is available for technical assistance.
Please load your presentation file in .ppt format onto the lecture room computer as early as possible, at the latest during the break BEFORE your assigned time, and make sure it displays properly. To avoid software compatibility problems (MS Powerpoint), speakers are advised to save their Powerpoint presentation on a secondary support (USB device, memory card). Also have a .pptx and .pdf version of your presentation at hand.
However, we strongly suggest to send your presentation (ppt and/or pdf) before the conference to the local arrangement chair. You may still exchange your presentation later or on-site for an updated version.
Contact the Session Chair
Speakers should arrive in the session room at least 10 minutes BEFORE the start of their assigned session and report to the chair person.
A LCD projector & computer (Windows 7, MS Powerpoint & Adobe Acrobat Reader) will be available in every session room for regular presentations. Please note: neither Overhead projectors, 35mm slides projectors, VHS videotape player nor DVD player will be available.
Limit the number of words per visual to no more than 20. Leave space, at least the height of a capital letter, between lines of text. All fonts, including that on graphs, should be 18 point or larger. Graphs and charts should have bold lines and symbols that contrast sharply with the background
TECHNICAL PROGRAM - AUTHORS REGISTRATION
Important note: Accepted papers will be published in the proceedings subject to early registration of at least one (1) of the authors By May 17, 2019, AT THE LATEST. One registration can cover up to two (2) papers – register here.
POSTER PRESENTATIONSImportant note: Accepted poster will be published in the proceedings subject to early registration of at least one (1) of the authors By May 17, 2019, AT THE LATEST.
In order to make the poster session run smoothly, some cooperation from you, as a poster exhibitor, is necessary. First of all, it is essential that your poster is put up before the session begins and removed after it has ended.
The placement of your poster will be marked on the panel with your paper number. Look for your number in the conference program.
The size of the poster panel that is available to each presenter is DinA0 = 841mm (width) x 1189mm (high)
You are free to choose a single poster (or many smaller posters) that fit on the given panel size.
Your posters will be attached to the panel with push pins, which will already be available on the panel. If you need more pins, please contact the organiser on-site. After you have removed your poster, leave the pins on the board !
You will find the timeline for poster set-up and removal schedule here, after the program is set.
SPECIAL SESSION PROPOSALS (DEADLINE EXTENDED FOR SUBMISSION)
|Submit your proposal||February 10, 2019|
|Notification of proposal acceptance||February 18, 2019|
|Full papers submissions||March 15, 2019|
|Camera-ready manuscripts:||April 21, 2019|
The technical program of NEWCAS 2019 will include special sessions to complement the regular technical program with emerging topics of particular interest to the attendees.
Organizers of special session are invited to submit a session rationale as well as a short biography, along with the list of invited papers. Please submit proposals by emails before the FEBRUARY 10, 2019.
Special Sessions Proposal Guideline
Special sessions proposals should be submitted by FEBRUARY 10, 2019, and must include:
- Topical Title (approx. 10 words)
- Organizers name and affiliation
- Session rationale and outline (approx. 500 words)
- List of invited papers including the author affiliation, paper title and abstract (approx. 100 words).
Special Sessions invited papers:
- The special sessions invited papers will undergo the same review process as the regular papers.
- The special session proposals acceptance notification, to be made based on session description and paper abstracts, will be sent on FEBRUARY 15, which will leave the authors about one month to finalize their full papers.
- The special session papers are regular 4-page submissions, and if accepted they will be published in the conference proceedings and in IEEE Xplore.
- Notifications for Special Session papers will be the same as for regular papers.
Please submit proposals by email to Special Sessions co-Chairs:
- Dr. Didier Belot, CEA-Leti, France, Didier.BELOT@cea.fr
- Prof. Oliver Bringmann, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, Germany, email@example.com
3-hour tutorials will be organized on Sunday, June 23, 2019. Authors are invited to submit an abstract of the tutorial as well as a short biography before January 13, 2019.
Please note, that the tutorials on Sunday take place at Fraunhofer EMFT (not at the Hilton Munich City) – find address and directions here.
Proposals will be evaluated based on their merits including the relevance and timeliness of the topic, and the qualifications of the speaker. A tutorial proposal must include no more than 3 pages providing the following information:
- Title of the tutorial - up to 10 words
- Name and affiliation of the speakers
- Extended abstract, including importance and timeliness of the topic - up to 500 words
- Table of content, as detailed as possible, up to one page
- List of references (books and/or journal papers) related to the topic and (if applicable) published by the speakers
- Brief biography of the speakers, highlighting, if applicable, prior experience in delivering conference tutorials - 300 words maximum per biography
|Tutorial proposals deadline:||CLOSED|
|Notification of acceptance:||February 25, 2019|
|Complete set of tutorial slides:||May 19, 2019|
Questions about tutorial proposals should be directed as well to the Tutorial Co-chairs
Tutorial Co-chairs: Dominique Morche, CEA-Leti, France - Joachim Wegener, University of Regensburg, Germany - Shahriar Mirabbasi, University of British Columbia, Canada - Yann Deval, University of Bordeaux, France
Dr. ès sc. Erkan Isa, Fraunhofer EMFT, firstname.lastname@example.org, +49 172 246 13 64