IEEE offers guidance and best practices on the conference publishing process.
Become an IEEE Conference Author
Learn how to become a conference author with help from IEEE.
Publish with IEEE and get noticed. IEEE sponsors more than 1,800 annual conferences and events around the world, curating cutting-edge content for all of the technical fields of interest within IEEE.… Read More >
Depending on the conference, you may be asked to submit one of the following:
- Abstract: synopsis of your research (250 words or less)
- Extended abstract: high-level summary of your research (usually less than 2 pages)
- Brief or short paper: summary of your research (usually less than 4 pages)
- Full paper: a complete paper describing your research in full (usually 6-8 pages)
The conference website should provide full details on paper requirements and any applicable page limits and extra page fees.… Read More >
A key part of the research and review process is presenting and defending your work in front of peers at a conference. Your first step in getting ready to present is to determine what key message you want to communicate to your audience.… Read More >
Get full credit for your research with an Open Researcher and Contributor ID (ORCID), a unique and persistent identifier that distinguishes you from every other researcher and connects you with your research throughout your career.… Read More >