|Submission deadline:||Dec. 9, 2018|
|Notification of Acceptance:||Feb. 3, 2019|
|Final Paper Submission:||Mar. 18, 2019|
|Conference Date:||May 29-31, 2019|
|IEEE T-MTT Special Issue Submission:||July 31, 2019 (11:59 pm, EDT)|
T-MTT SPECIAL ISSUE
The IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques will publish a Mini-Special Issue devoted to the IEEE MTT-S International Conference on Numerical Electromagnetic and Multiphysics Modeling and Optimization (NEMO 2019).
As an author/co-author of an accepted paper in NEMO 2019, you are cordially invited to submit a substantially-expanded version of your NEMO2019 paper for consideration in this Mini-Special Issue.
To be considered as an accepted NEMO 2019 paper, conference registration and presentation are required for your paper.
Some additional information is given below:
• Deadline for submission is: July 31, 2019 (11:59 pm, EDT)
• Expected Publication Date: March 2020
• To increase chances of acceptance, substantially-expanded material must be found in your T-MTT journal submission with regard to its associated NEMO 2019 paper precursor, since lack of significant and/or sufficient expansion beyond the NEMO 2019 paper content is a common reason of rejection in Mini-Special Issues devoted to conferences.
• When preparing your manuscript, a proper IEEE template must be used. Please refer to Templates for IEEE Transactions for details.
FINAL PAPER SUBMISSION
Authors of accepted papers should upload their final paper in PDF format via the "NEMO2019" paper submission website. The PDF file must be compliance with IEEE eXpress PDF format: for this purpose, authors can check the compliance or create the PDF file on the IEEE PDF eXpress site with the code 43056X as Conference ID. The length of the final paper is 3-4 pages. Papers shorter than 3 pages can not be published in IEEE Xplore.
Authors are responsible for obtaining publication approval by their employer or sponsor and the copyright must be assigned to the IEEE. The direct link to submit the IEEE electronic Copyright Form can be found at the end of the final paper submission process.
Enter the paper submission website, on the page listing your papers, click the "visa letter" icon (shown as an officer) and follow the screen prompts to fill in your address, the letter will be generated instantaneously and returned to your computer for you to download.
PAPER SUBMISSION WEBSITE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
Authors of prospective papers should submit papers in PDF format via the "NEMO2019" paper submission website.
Papers must be written in English. Full papers should be formatted in the standard conference proceedings layout. Word or Latex Templates can be downloaded from the IEEE Conference Publishing site. Please, be sure to use the template's conference mode (LaTeX users).
Please check carefully the author information when uploading your prospective paper, since this information is used directly to create the Conference Program booklet. Submissions in hardcopy form or by fax or e-mail cannot be accepted.
After review, the authors of accepted papers will have the opportunity of changing details and introduce modifications suggested by the reviewers. Before uploading the final paper, at least one author must register for the conference.
Notification of acceptance will be communicated to the authors via e-mail by Jan. 18, 2019. Accepted full papers will be published in the "NEMO2019" conference proceedings as well as in the IEEE Xplore. The "final paper" submission deadline is Mar. 18, 2019.
CHECK LIST FOR AUTHORS
• Prospective paper prepared in accordance with either the Word Template or the Latex Template, properly converted into a PDF file.
Final Paper submission
• Compliance with IEEE eXpress PDF format checked for full paper submission.
• Registration for conference by at least one of the authors.
• Submission of final paper in PDF by Mar. 18, 2019 (Final submit). Please supply your registration number during final paper submission.
• Online Copyright Form properly completed and submitted by Mar. 18, 2019 (will be prompted as part of the paper submission process).
Note that the maximum number of oral presentation papers allowed per registration is two. If an author is co-authoring more than two papers, one of the other co-authors should also register to cover the extra paper(s).