Paper Submission Instructions

Submission of Regular Papers:

Accepted regular papers will be published in IEEExplore and presented during poster sessions at CAMTA 2013. Please read the call for papers for more information.

Regular Papers 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.

Sample file using EAMTA style

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

Make sure references are in the correct format and no info is missing. Follow these examples:

  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 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.

Submission: (Now Available)

All papers will be submitted and processed online at CAMTA 2013 easychair web page.

Submission of Summaries for Student Posters:

Student posters are shorter works made by young researchers; or undergraduate, master or PhD students in the topics of the CAMTA. These shorter works will NOT be published in IEEExplore but will be presented during poster sessions at CAMTA 2013.

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.

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

Summaries should be submitted usingCAMTA 2013 easychair web page . In the New Submission form select the “Student Posters” category, and upload your summary in .PDF format using the “Upload paper” section.

Final versions:

Final submission of accepted Regular Papers should be PDF Express compliant. Access the IEEE PDF eXpress site at
Enter 30845 for the Conference ID and follow directions. You need to create an account first.

Download the manual.

All accepted works will be presented at the CAMTA during the poster sessions.

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