UCL - GPR 2014

Instructions for Authors

Download the GPR 2014 LaTeX template and MS Word template to prepare your manuscript (IEEE style for conferences).

Download the IEEE Copyright Form to be submitted together with the final version of the paper (through the final submission form).

Deadline for manuscript submission: Extended to February 28, 2014.

Paper submission and review process
Notification of acceptance or rejection of the expression of interest abstracts will be made to the authors by December 20, 2013. After reception of the approval email, authors are requested to provide a high-quality, camera-ready A4 PDF version of their manuscript (4 pages minimum - 6 pages maximum), formatted following IEEE style for conferences, by February 1st, 2014 (Extended to February 28). Please use the GPR 2014 LaTeX and MS Word templates to prepare your manuscript, which also serve as instruction set. The paper has to be submitted via the Paper Submission Form.

The full paper will be reviewed by the Scientific Review Panel and notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent to the corresponding author within the period April 15 - May 15, 2014. If required, revisions can be performed and the final camera-ready papers should be submitted by May 15th, 2014. Inclusion of the manuscript in the GPR 2014 conference program and proceedings requires registration of the presenting author when submitting the final version of the paper.

Authors are kindly requested to download and fill in the IEEE copyright form. This form has to be submitted together with the final version of the paper.

Manuscript preparation
All manuscripts must be written in English. Authors should proofread all text for spelling and grammar. The length of the papers must be at least 4 pages and may be up to 6 pages. Please, do not insert page numbers and headings in the manuscript. They will be inserted after merging PDF manuscripts into the proceeding book. Please do not modify formatting of the templates. Manuscripts that do not comply with IEEE conference formatting will not be included in the conference proceedings.

Oral Presentations
Authors are given 12 minutes for their presentation, plus 3 minutes for questions. The presentation should be either in PowerPoint or PDF format and has to be delivered using a memory stick before the start of the Session. Personal laptops are not allowed for the presentations. One projectionist will be present in the lecture room. He/she will accept and show the slides (if necessary) and help the chairperson and the speakers.

Poster Presentations
The posters should be A0, portrait orientation.