To be considered for presentation at NECEC 2020, the authors should submit an abstract of their work in one of the Technical Program Topics to the Technical Program Committee. The following types of work are accepted at NECEC 2020.
- Academic Paper for Oral Presentation
- Industrial Paper for Oral Presentation
- Industrial Presentation
- Paper for Poster Presentation
Abstracts must have a maximum of 1000 characters and should contain enough information to summarize the work to be presented (proposed work, methodology, results, conclusion).
To be considered for an award, authors should inform which categories they want to compete (Industry, Young Professionals, Women in Engineering, Student, etc.) at the moment of submission. Authors can compete in multiple categories.
The submitted abstracts will be evaluated by the Technical Program Committee, and the authors should receive a notification of acceptance by October 12, 2020.
Final Paper/Poster Submission
If accepted, the Technical Program Committee will invite authors to submit their final papers and/or posters. Once the submission is accepted, an option to submit the final paper/poster will appear in the submission management system. To be considered, final paper/poster submissions should follow the formatting guidelines outlined in the following section. Final versions of the paper/poster should be submitted to the Technical Program Committee by October 26, 2020.
Additionally, academic and industrial presenters have the option of submitting presentation slides for inclusion in the proceedings.
Academic and Industrial papers presented in NECEC 2020 should follow the IEEE standard Conference format. The text should be written in English, single-spaced in US letter paper (8.5” x 11”) with 2 columns in font size of 10 pt; the submission should not exceed 5 pages. Templates in
.tex formats can be found in the IEEE website.
It should be noted that late submissions will not be included in the proceedings.
Posters will be set up for viewing in the common “crush” area for the full day. Presenters are requested to remain near their posters during the refreshment breaks. Posters should measure not more than 4 feet (120 cm) wide by 3 feet (90 cm) high.
Authors of industrial and academic papers and industrial presentations are expected to do an oral presentation of their work at the day of the conference. Presentations must be 15-minutes long, followed by 5 minutes of questions and answers. Presenters may (optionally) submit slides before the paper deadline for inclusion in the distributed proceedings.