IECON 2016 is using a submission/review system for regular papers (file names with code:
It's access is located at the following URL:
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and a conference management system for Special Sessions, Tutorials, Student Forum and later for final submission of ALL accepted papers. It's URL is:http://cms.iecon2016.org .
All the organizers have full control of the manuscripts submitted to their special session.
If you choose the first one a list of possible reviewers will appear (you can invite one or more reviewer clicking on the button );
if you choose the second one a list of all the invited reviewer will appear,
the third one, instead, allows an organizer to invite a reviewer by email.
According an IEEE policy to prevent "Conflict of Interest" a special session organizer can not see and manage the papers of the other special session organizers in the same special session.
In these particular case a user with more privileges (special session chair/publication chair) has the task to manage these papers.
To submit a new paper you need to fill all the field in the submission form. In particular:
Once the compilation is completed you can press the Submit button and you will receive two kind of messages:
In the first case the submission has not occurred. Instead, in the second case, the submission has occurred and you will receive a confirmation email and a notification from the system.
This is really strange because the system is configured to send an email to the mail address of each author. After that, the system sends an email to all the special session organizers" about the presentation, so that they can put the article in the review process.
So if you do not receive an email please check your spam folder in the registration email.
If you have a spam-filter, please add to the exception list the mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org
It is important to underline that an article can have three different states:
To submit a new paper you first registered to the site cms.iecon2016.org and so you have compiled the registration form reachable to this link. So, theoretically, when you submit an article your personal information are available however if you want to update your information you can follow these steps:
To update the information inside your paper you have to been the Corrisponding Author otherwise you can not edit nothing.
The main steps that you have to follow are:
IF YOU WANT UPDATE THE PDF FILE YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
The system check all the PDF according the IEEE specifications. So, when you receive the warning "no valid margins" means that the text on your PDF go out from the region of acceptance.
Because the system does a check of the Curriculum Vitae (CV) of all the authors. So when you submit an article you have to check that the curriculum vitae of all the authors is at least 100 words.
To delete a submission you have to follow these steps:
Yes after deleting the paper is removed from our server. Yes you could re-submit. However you can edit your article follow the steps on the FAQs.
Don't worry! You will receive as soon as possible an email with all the details.
Registration to IECON 2016 will be opened in June throught the conference management system linked with the conference web site:http://iecon2016.org. Fees will be announced at that time and their amount will be similar to previous editions.
An author to register two papers and get the "2nd registration discount" has to follows these steps:
An User to take the invitation letter have to complete at least one registration (with payment confirmed). After that he/she have to follow these steps:
N.B. if you have not inserted your Passport information you have to insert them.
to review a paper you have to follow these steps: