Submissions in the “Recent results” track will be accepted until October 30, 2017.
Paper submission for “Recent results” track
The procedure for submission is the same as for regular tracks (see below), with the following differences:
- Full papers only (not digests) should be submitted.
- The submission deadline is October 30, 2017.
Digest submission for regular tracks and special sessions
The submission deadline of digests for regular tracks (RT) and special sessions (SS) is
March 31, 2017 May 31, 2017.
VPPC2017 uses the TrackChair platform for digest submission and review. To submit a digest:
- Go to https://vppc2017.trackchair.com/,
- Sign up to create an account,
- Submit your digest in the corresponding regular track or special session.
You may encounter difficulty to access the TrackChair platform. If so, please try again, and, if necessary, contact the VPPC2017 secretariat at email@example.com.
Digest submission guidelines
A digest of 3-5 pages (including figures, tables and an abstract of 50-100 words) submitted to the conference tracks or the special sessions should clearly state the objective of the paper, outline the problem requiring solution and/or the method of approach to research, provide the typical results and summarize the conclusions.
All submissions should be written in English and must be electronically submitted in PDF format. Please use the A4 2-column IEEE format and follow the MS Word or LaTeX template which can be found on the IEEE website. The templates can also be directly downloaded from this page in MS Word or LaTeX format.
All submitted digests (for both regular tracks and special sessions) will be peer-reviewed in order to ensure the highest technical quality of the conference. Digests which are shorter than 3 pages or longer than 5 pages, or, which do not follow the format shown in the template, will be rejected. Full papers should have no more than 6 pages. Over-page will be charged. This is a rule by the IEEE-VTS Vehicle Power and Propulsion – Standing Advisory Committee (VPP-SAC). This rule is to make it easier for authors to extend their papers by >50% and resubmit to the special section of the IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology.