PAPER SUBMISSION GUIDELINES

IMPORTANT DATES

Submission Deadline: Feb. 16, 2015 (Closed)
Notification of Acceptance: Apr. 2, 2015 (revised date)
Final Paper Submission: May 18, 2015
Conference Dates: Aug. 11-14, 2015

INSTRUCTION FOR AUTHORS

The initial submission is now closed. Notification of acceptance will be communicated to the authors via e-mail by Apr. 2, 2015 (revised date). Accepted papers will be published in the NEMO2015 conference proceedings as well as in the IEEE Xplore. The final paper submission deadline is May 18, 2015.

Authors of accepted papers should upload their final paper in PDF format via the NEMO2015 paper submission website. The length of the final paper can be either 3 or 4 pages.

Papers must be written in English and formatted in the standard IEEE conference proceedings layout.

Instruction for Preparing the Poster for NEMO2015


CHECK LIST FOR AUTHORS

• Final paper prepared in accordance with either the Word Template given here or the Latex Template given here (The template for final paper is identical to that used in initial paper submission).

• Compliance with IEEE eXpress PDF format checked.

• Registration for conference by at least one of the authors.

• Submission of final paper in PDF by May 18th (Final submit). Please supply your registration number during final paper submission.

• Online Copyright Form properly completed and submitted by May 18th (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 such papers, one of the other co-authors should also register to cover the extra paper(s).


EXPANSION OF THE CONFERENCE PAPERS INTO JOURNAL PAPERS

Authors of accepted NEMO2015 papers will be encouraged to expand their NEMO2015 conference paper into a journal paper, to be considered for a special issue of the IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, a special issue of the International Journal of RF and Microwave Computer-Aided Engineering, and a special issue of the ACES Journal.