ABSTRACT REVIEWED PAPERS
ABSTRACT REVIEWED PAPER SUBMISSIONS ARE NOW CLOSED.
AUTHOR SUBMISSION SCHEDULE
• Abstract Submit: 1 November 2015 to 21 February 2016
• Acceptance Notification: 27 March 2016
• Final paper: 1 May 2016 3 May 2016
ABSTRACT AND PAPER FORMATS
• Abstract proposal; initial paper proposal of approximately 500 words describing the paper proposal
• Traditional Oral presentation; presentation for those interested in large groups with limited potential for interactions with attendees. Six-page paper maximum, 20-minute presentation with a 10-minute question and answer session
• Open Forum; presentation for those interested in direct interaction with individuals or small groups
GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS & SUBMITTAL PROCEDURES
• Prospective authors must submit electronically at http://www.emc2016.emcss.org
• An abstract with approximately 500 words describing paper concept and results
• Choice of presentation format (traditional oral or open forum)
** During the electronic submission process, a unique author code will be created for tracking purposes. After abstract is accepted, further instructions on final paper submission will be provided.
PAPER ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA
• Importance of Topic;does it directly relate to the EMC/SI/PI community?
• Technical Sophistication and Depth; does it present significant information, contribution, advancement, application or refinement of the state of the art? Does it bring the reader to a higher level of knowledge than is currently available from other sources?
• Novelty and Originality; does it propose a new and unique concept or expand on an existing premise from a unique point of view?
The template files to be used for all paper submissions can be found here:
The template files for PowerPoint presentations can be found here. This year's screen size is 16:9 widescreen.
If you prefer the 4:3 standard format, choose one of the following templates. (Please be advised that the screens will be 16:9 format so if you use a 4:3 template, your presentation will not utilize the full screen and will be harder for attendees to read.)