Notifications are sent only to the corresponding author.
A copyright agreement form must be completed if your paper is accepted.
Please note that if your paper is accepted, you will be prompted to complete the IEEE Electronic Copyright Form (eCF) at a later date. Failure to complete the copyright form will result in your paper being withheld from IEEE Xplore.
Technical papers received outside the electronic submission site will not be accepted. Revisions will only be accepted up until the paper submission deadline.
Authors are asked to provide vital pieces of information, including, but not limited to the paper title, presentation type, and a 45-word abstract, as well as all authors’ contact information. This information must be completed in its entirety; failure to do so may inhibit your ability to successfully complete your submission.
Adherence to the instructions for preparation of the abstract and summary is imperative. Any of the following conditions may result in rejection of the paper:
1. Failure to submit the paper electronically by submission deadline.
2. Failure to submit the 45-word abstract.
3. Failure to complete a copyright agreement.
4. Paper summary exceeds two-page limit.
Please prepare your presentation in 16:9 format and bring it to the conference on a USB/flash drive. You will be able to upload your work to the laptop provided in the room in which you are presenting, on the day of your presentation. We ask that you upload your presentation before sessions begin in the morning or during the lunch break so as not to disrupt the timing of each session. All presentations will be wiped from the laptops at the end of each day.
If your paper is accepted as a poster presentation, you will be instructed to have it posted on one side of a double-sided, 4’ x 8’ poster board. Below is a diagram for reference.
*Please be advised, only submissions that are presented live at the conference by a registered attendee will be eligible for submission to Xplore. Any paper not presented on site will be considered a “no-show” and pulled from the final proceedings. The IEEE Photonics Society does not accept video submissions.