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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

Blog : Presentations at the conference

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.

From: Pranshoo V. via IEEE Conference Search: Inquiry
Sent: 14Nov2018
If the conference paper is selected, then can we give the presentation remotely over video conference?

Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2018 14:22:57 -0700
From: Bill Howell. Hussar. Alberta. Canada
This is not permitted as a plan. In very exceptional cases (in 2017 I think we had 2 or 3 out of ~620 papers that were accepted) authors are allowed this option, in spite of many more requests to do that. For IJCNN2017 Anchorage I helped those authors with the conference arrangements for video presentations, and was present for 2 of the papers. This did not go well and was [annoying, frustrating] for the audience. It also requires the time of other people, disrupting their schedules.

The papers of authors that do not show up at the conference to present are NOT included in the IEEE Xplore online publishing, although they appear in the on-site USB memory sticks (which are produced prior to the actual conference, of course). Your paper would therefore not be indexed.