Conference Guides Authors' Guide Publications Guide Publicity Guide Reviewers' Guide Sponsors' Guide
Authors & Publish
chair page, blog
Paper formatting
page, blog
Initial paper submission
chair, page, blog
Final paper submission
chair, page, blog
Problematic papers - corrections page, blog
Author [PDF,CrossCheck] tests page, blog IEEE PDF eXpress - paper format chair, page, blog IEEE electronic Copyright (eCf) chair, page, blog Attendee downloads of papers page, blog
Conference registration
page, blog
Travel visas to Hungary
page, blog
Conference presentations
page, blog
HELP contacts
WCCI2020, system
Non-Author actions Paper reviews - authors' perspective page, blog IEEE CrossCheck text similarity chair, page, blog IEEE Xplore web-publish chair, page, blog
IEEE Conference Application chair IEEE Letter of Acquisition chair IEEE Publication Form chair Software systems page
Conference Guides for [IEEE-CIS, INNS] conferences : Although this guide was initially set up for IJCNN2019, and was used for IEEE WCCI 2020, hopefully some of the basic information may still help [organising committee members, authors] up to 2023-2025 (assuming a half-life of links and process information of 3-5 years?). The Authors' and Publications menus have been combined, allowing authors to see the Publications Chair perspective as well. I am no longer keeping this up to date. Bill Howell, 11Dec2020

Initial paper submission

Deadline for paper submissions : see the menu above for the deadline. In theory, it will updated if and when extensions are provided, but don't depend on this webpage!! Monitor your emails and for any extensions of the due date at the time of expiry of the "current at the time" due date.

Note that the due date for [Special Sessions, Competitions] proposals (and the papers associated with them!) IS THE SAME as for normal conference papers. Workshop papers are NOT part of the proceedings, and therefore are not submitted to the IEEE paper review system (handled by Tomasz Cholewo). ?Copyright forms, peer review, plagiarism checks, etc do not apply to Workshops either?. Conference registration, at least for the day of a workshop, is required.

Portal to the IEEE Paper Submission system - is tied to the IEEE Paper Submission system

Tomasz Cholewo Note that the IEEE Paper Submission system is [developed, operated, maintained] by Tomasz Cholewo of Lexmark International, USA, who is also Web Reviews Chair for [WCCI,IEEE-CEC, IJCNN, IEEE-FUZZ] (click his image to see his website).

WARNING!! I've received many questions about the pdf format :
Checklist for initial paper submission : The list above is routine. There are no surprises or big changes from previous [WCCI,IEEE-CEC, IJCNN, IEEE-FUZZ]s that I am aware of. Other sources, such as Elsevier's "Researcher Academy" includes advice related to scientific authorship.

ALSO, Check the [web, blog]-pages : for other problems and issues that authors might have commented on.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) The following selection from the IEEE Support Center FAQs may be of help, and you can click the preceding link for additonal help. Links are as of 01Oct2018, and change occasionally. I don't know if you have to be an IEEE member to access these pages (I haven't checked). As usual, it often is easier to web-search using [Duckduckgo, Google, Bing, etc] "IEEE FAQ and What graphic file formats are supported by the IEEE Graphics Analyzer Tool?" (as an example). Readers may find [better, really useful] IEEE FAQs, or if they have their own advice to add to this, please email your [links,comments] to me.

Paper Submissions FAQ

Graphics FAQs
The "Authors' Guide Blogs" (see links in manu near top of page) are in an early draft form, and are being run on a trial basis. Comments are moderated by the Publications Chair before posting, so expect delays of at least a day or so before they appear. Note that emails have been edited - usually by [omitting salutations, endings], but also by omitting material not relevant to the "theme" under which the emails are placed below.

REMINDERS : This Authors' Guide is specific to the IEEE conference paper system, and for the most part links to, or repeats, information that is COPYRIGHTED by the IEEE. Keep in mind that the IEEE processes something like 1,800 conferences per year, and delays exceeding a week are to be expected, with longer delays during high-activity parts of the year. So don't wait too long before starting each process!
Author preparations for the conference include (roughly in squence) :
  1. Initial submission of your paper to the IEEE paper review system.
  2. Receipt of an email paper acceptance notification from the Program Co-Chairs via the IEEE paper review system.
  3. Payment of the conference registration fee. At least one of the co-authors must be registered for the conference to present the paper.
  4. IEEE approval of a signed IEEE electronic Copyright form (eCf) (online submission)
  5. Submission and approval of a properly revised final paper.
  6. Travel visa approval, for citizens of countries required to do that by Hungary.
  7. ?What else have I forgotten? ...

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