Authors

For more fluidity during the Q&A in both Plenary and Poster sessions, please read beforehand the Zoom Best Practice Tips.

Note to the authors:

CEIDP is a participatory conference in which a high degree of author interaction is encouraged. At least one of the authors of an accepted paper must register as presenting author before September 14, 2020. Each presenting author is permitted to present two papers at most. The paper identification number(s) must be provided by the presenting author during registration. In any case where a paper is not presented by one of its co-authors, for any reason, the paper will not be published in IEEE Xplore.

The submission link for papers will be available soon

CEIDP Call for Papers 2020 [PDF Document]

The abstract is limited to 1 page. Extended deadline for abstract: March 02, 2020Deadline: February 10, 2020

CEIDP Abstract Template [Word Document]

Submit your abstract at the following page: conftool.pro/ceidp2020

Registration of one author is required. Registration is free and does not require conference fee payment for abstract submission.

The full paper is limited to 4 pages. An extra fee of 100USD will be charged for each extra page.

Extended deadline for final paper: June 24, 2020Deadline: June 10, 2020

CEIDP Paper Template [Word Document]

IEEE Copyright Form [Word Document]. Form will be available soon (will be required after full
paper acceptance).

There are two types of sessions at 2020 CEIDP:

Plenary – papers selected for plenary sessions have up to 15 minutes allocated
for presentations. Afterwards there is time for questions to the authors. In
case there are a large number of questions, Zoom breakout-rooms are available
to enable further discussion with authors. PDF or PPT copies of the
presentations (50 MB size limit) should be uploaded to ConfTool by the 17th of
October. Only the respective session chairs will have access to these
presentations. Plenary presentation files will be deleted after the
conference.

Poster – these are open sessions where authors can present their poster (one
single page, in landscape format) for 3 to 5 minutes. About 1-3 minutes for
questions from the audience are available after each poster. For more
detailled discussions, Zoom breakout-rooms can be used. This can be done in
parallel, but we recommend to use these rooms after the open sessions. Posters
need to be uploaded as PDF or PPT document on ConfTool by 12th of October. All posters will be made available for download to participants ahead of the
sessions as a PDF.

Basic information regarding the plenary and poster formats can be found in the
provisional conference program PDF.