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Registration form for Paper Authors

Miércoles, Marzo 9th, 2016

Registration form for Paper Authors


Regular paper authors and student poster authors have to complete the next form and follow the steps:

NOTE: This form is ONLY for regular paper authors and students poster authors that will be presenting during CAMTA’s poster session.

Submission

Sábado, Febrero 13th, 2016

Paper Submission

Submission of Regular Papers:

Accepted Regular Papers will be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore and presented during poster sessions during the conference.

Style:
Regular Papers can have up to six pages (US Letter size: 8.5 by 11.0 inches or 215.9 by 279.4 mm) and must strictly adhere, even in the submission phase to the IEEE conference style:

  • To write your paper using MS Word, please use the MS Word template
  • To write your paper using LaTeX, please use the following LaTeX Templates and the BibTeX style:

    If you use LaTeX, be sure to use the template’s conference mode. See template documentation for details. Make sure to eliminate Type 3 fonts from your document BEFORE submission. Refer to the Type 3 Font Info page for details.

If you are having trouble creating your paper, make sure to check the Author Help page and digital tookbox.

The final version should look like this sample file EAMTA style

References:
Make sure references are in the correct format and no info is missing. This is the IEEE reference manual IEEE references. Journal, proceedings and book references should be as follows:

  1. Journals: R. Szewczyk, E. Osterweil, J. Polastre, M. Hamilton, A. Mainwaring, and D. Estrin, “Habitat monitoring with sensor networks,” Communications of ACM, vol. 47, no. 6, pp. 34–40, June 2004.
  2. Conference proceedings: P. Obregon, S. Sondon, S. Sanudo, F. Masson, P. Mandolesi, and P. Julian, “System based on sensor networks for application in forest fire prevention,” in Proc. of Argentine School of Micro-Nanoelectronics, Technology and Applications (EAMTA 2009), San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentine, Oct. 2009, pp. 61–65.
  3. Books: D. Goldberg, Genetic Algorithm: Search, optimization and machine learning, United States: Addison-Wesley, 1989.

Plagiarism:
EAMTA is subject to IEEE policy about plagiarism. If you are uncertain about this topic please read the IEEE plagiarism FAQ page.

All submissions must be done through easychair Easychair (EAMTA 2017). Responses to reviewer comments, if required, should be sent to eamta.ar@gmail.com

Submission of Summaries for Student Posters:

Student posters are shorter works made by young researchers, undergraduate, master or PhD students in the topics of the CAMTA. These shorter works will NOT be submitted for inclusion in IEEExplore but will be presented during poster sessions at CAMTA 2016.

Format of Summaries:
To submit a work as a student poster, send a two page summary using the student poster summary template. Summaries will be subjected to a peer-review selection.

Plagiarism:
CAMTA is subject to IEEE policy about plagiarism. If you are uncertain about this topic please read the IEEE plagiarism FAQ page.

Submit your student poster summary in PDF format in Easychair (EAMTA 2017). Make sure you select the STUDENT paper category.

SUBMISSION CHECKLIST

Before submitting the final version, make sure the following checklist is complete:

  • Paper size is US letter
  • There are no page number of other legends
  • Titles and subtitles are in the right style
  • Abstract title is bold and italic.
  • Abstract content is bold.
  • Book references are in the right style (book title in italics).
  • Journal and Conference Proceeding references are in the right style (paper title between quotation marks, journal/proc. name in italics).
  • Journal and Conference Proceeding references have volume, number, page numbers and year (indicated as vol. 1, no. 1, pp. 3-5, 2005.).
  • PDF express compatible file generated and output uploaded through Easychair.
  • Deadlines

    Viernes, Septiembre 18th, 2015

    Deadlines

    Dear All,

    The deadline for submission of papers has been set to June 10th due to an unexpected situation. IEEE CAS Society has declined technical co-sponsorhip stating that CASS “is not willing to technically co-sponsor sponsor summer schools currently”.

    Considering that, we applied for technical co-sponsorhip to the IEEE Argentine Chapter of CAS and the sponsorship has been granted. Therefore, the conference will follow the same process as in past years, with the only consequence being the delay in the paper submission deadline. Papers will be submitted for inclusion in Xplore as in past years.

    EAMTA Organizing Committee



    IMPORTANT DATES:

    REGULAR papers to be submitted for inclusion in IEEE Xplore
    Deadline for submission of papers: March 29, April 14, April 21, June 10, 2016 (Last Extension!)
    Notification of acceptance: July 7, 2016
    Deadline for submission of final papers: July 17, 2016

    Paper Sumission

    STUDENT posters
    Deadline for submission of STUDENT posters: March 29, April 14, April 21, June 10, 2016 (Last Extension!)
    Notification of acceptance: July 7, 2016

    Organizing Committee

    Viernes, Septiembre 18th, 2015

    Organizing Committee

    General Chairs
    Dr. Marcelo Moreyra UNComa

    Technical Program Chairs
    Dr. Pedro Julián UNS
    Dr. Andreas G Andreou JHU

    Financial Chairs
    Ing. Nicolás Calarco UNComa
    Dr. Jose Lipovetzky IB

    Publicity Chairs
    Dr. Benjamín Reyes UNC

    Program Committee
    Dr. Hernán Pastoriza, Inst. Balseiro
    Dr. Luis Toledo, UCC
    Dr. Pedro Julián, UNS
    Dr. Fernando Silveira, URU
    Dr. Alfredo Arnaud, UCU
    Dr. Adrián Faigón, FIUBA

    Organizing Committee (UNComa)
    Srta. Virginia Aleandri
    Ing. Nicolás Calarco
    Ing. Facundo Quiñones
    Ing. Gustavo San Martín
    Ing. Robinson Zapata
    Dr. Fernando Perez Quintián
    Dr. Marcos Soldera
    Dr. Marcelo Moreyra
    Sr. Ricardo Fonseca (student)

    Support Team (UNComa)
    Ing. Darío Mendieta
    Ing. Daniel Simone
    Lic. Rafael Zurita
    Sr. Luis Corrale
    Sr. Francisco Maldonado (student)
    Sr. Bruno de León (student)
    Sr. Bruno D’Angelo (student)
    Sr. Fernando Ilafaya (student)
    Sr. Mauro Seguel (student)
    Sr. Martin Rubin (student)
    Sr. Laureano Morcillo (student)

    Call for Papers

    Viernes, Septiembre 18th, 2015

    Call for Papers

    The Argentine School of Micro-Nano electronics, Technology and Applications and its associated Conference is a high quality technical forum for researchers, technologists and companies in the fields of micro and nano electronic tecnologies.

    The Conference
    Papers in the following areas (not limited to) will be accepted:
    Micro/Nano Electronics Design, MEMS/NEMS, Device Physics and Modeling, Signal Processing and Sensors, Imaging, optoelectronic devices and systems, Communication circuits and systems, Power Electronics, Sensory Systems, Microfabrication and Packaging, Testing and Verification, Radiation Effects and Tolerant Circuits, Synthesis, Modeling and Simulation, Biomedical Circuits and Systems

    Papers can be presented in two categories: six-page Regular Papers, and Student Posters.
    All accepted works will be presented during Poster Sessions at CAMTA, and accepted Regular
    Papers will be submitted for inclusion in IEEExplore. Students are encouraged to present short works as
    Student Posters.

    Original Flyer (Please check “deadlines” section for updated dates):

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