The paper submission is done on-line through the EMC Europe 2014 conference system which will open December 1, 2013. To access the on-line conference system – Click here.
Please register and login to the EMC Europe 2014 conference system to submit the camera-ready version of your paper. Use the same E-mail address for this as you will use for conference registration, since this will be used as a cross reference between the two systems.
Authors are invited to submit their paper not later than February 27, 2014. Only full-text papers of length from 4 to 6 pages in 2-column format (including figures, tables, photos and references) are expected as submissions.
Papers must be electronic in PDF (Portable Document Format) format, and must follow the two-column A4 format of an IEEE Manuscript Template for Conference Proceedings. Any formats other than PDF, as well as hardcopies, abstracts and summaries will not be accepted. Please use one of the following templates when producing the paper;
Once you are logged-in to the EMC Europe 2014 conference system, select ”Your Submissions” and click on “Full Paper” and fill in all requested information. Please make sure to enter information for all authors.
Advance registration (with the registration fee paid) of at least one of the authors is required before May 31, 2014. Papers without at least one accompanying author registration (regular or student if applicable) will not be processed. However, one (co-)author is allowed to register for multiple papers.
All accepted (final) papers will be submitted for publication in the IEEE Xplore database, one of the most comprehensive interdisciplinary engineering databases in the world. Since the papers will be archived in the IEEE Xplore® System, your PDF file must comply with the IEEE rules.
For every paper, the electronic IEEE Copyright Form needs to be signed when the final paper is submitted.
Please note that IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented either orally or as a poster at the conference.