For any questions about the paper submission process, please contact the technical program co-chairs!
Submission format: All participants can only submit a short position paper or work-in-progress paper of 2–4 pages length, or a demo with a description of 1–2 pages. Please note that not the demo itself shall be submitted, but the description of the planned demo. The paper submission must be in PDF format and without password protection. Furthermore, all fonts should be embedded. The authors should ensure that paper has correct fonts, styles, etc.
Registration policy: At least one author of the paper must register and present the paper or demo at the conference.
No-show policy: Please note that authors with accepted papers must register to and attend the conference in order to have their papers published on the website.
Double-submission policy: The submitted paper may be a revised version of a rejected paper from other conferences but authors must submit the review of their paper as well. Authors are allowed to submit their contribution to QEEMS to any other conferences, or may submit material that is under review elsewhere. However, authors must make sure that submitting to QEEMS does not make other parallel submissions appear as self-plagiarism.
We all like our papers to look nice, so your contribution should conform to the IEEE formatting guidelines. Please use of the following templates that we supply in Word or LaTeX:
Submissions must be in PDF format.
Papers, when properly formatted, must not exceed the size limits stated for the following paper categories:
- Position papers: 2-4 pages length (+1 page for references)
- Demonstration papers: 2 pages length (+1 page for references)
All submitted papers will be judged on their quality through reviewing.
We will judge submissions based on suitability, novelty, freshness of the ideas, and clarity. Each submission will be reviewed by at least three TPC members. Final versions of the accepted submissions should take into account reviewers’ comments.
Note on Copyright Transfer
As an author, you will retain full copyright on your submission. By submitting, you give us consent to having your paper be published on the workshop website, but you are free to publish it anywhere else you like.