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CCECE 2011 - Author's Guide

The following Author's Guide is provided to ensure that your complete paper is accepted for review and that, following acceptance, your complete paper is accepted for presentation AND publication.

Paper Publication
Full Paper Submission
Paper Presentation Style
Student Paper Competition
Revised Paper Submission

Paper Publication

Papers accepted for publication at the Canadian Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering 2011, will be published in the Conference proceedings and will be available worldwide from the IEEE through IEEE Xplore

Please note that you are now required to pay the appropriate registration fee (more information later), in addition to being present at the conference to present your paper, in order for your paper to be published on IEEE Xplore.

Full Paper Submission

Note that CCECE 2011 will be using a full paper review process. Submit a four (4) page full paper (2 extra pages are permitted with a $75.00 per page surcharge) using the EDAS Submission system for the CCECE 2011 conference at:

Make certain that you choose a track that best suits the paper.

The deadline for the paper submission is Friday, January 14, 2011.

All pertinent information, including how the formatting of the paper should be, as well as guidelines on how to write a paper that is to standard with CCECE'11 can be found at: IMPORTANT: Do not put page numbers on your document. Appropriate page numbers will be added to accepted papers when the conference proceedings are assembled.

Paper Presentation Style

Once final papers are received, the Technical Program Committee will finalize the program and assign your paper to either an oral presentation session or a poster presentation session. Once these assignments have been made, please prepare the appropriate style of presentation. Guidelines for preparation of your presentation are found in the CCECE'11 Paper Kit.

Student Paper Competition

Eligible papers entered for the Student Paper Competition will be integrated in the regular Conference sessions. Judging of the Student papers will be done separately.

Note: To be eligible, the first author listed on the paper must be a student. To qualify as a student for registration purposes, the author must be registered full-time in a degree program in a University/College and an IEEE member.

Revised Paper Submission

If your paper has been accpted into the conference, you are required to edit your paper to tailor to the comments made by the reviewers. You may submit your revised paper by replacing your uploaded initial paper on the EDAS Submission system with your revised paper, when the time comes, by Friday March 25, 2011.

Your paper must be checked for IEEE Xplore compatible PDF format (see the CCECE'11 Paper Kit for the link and instructions).

For publication in the proceedings, the Conference Committee must have received, by the deadline of Friday March 25, 2011:

The IEEE copyright form must be signed and submitted via the online conference submission system via this link:

by the final submission deadline of Friday March 25, 2011.

Detailed instructions for preparing and checking full papers are provided in the CCECE'11 Paper Kit

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