Innovative Electricals and Electronics (iEE)
  • Topics
    • Computing & Information Technology
    • Mathematics & Computational Technology
    • Devices, Circuit & Systems
    • Computers
    • Communication Systems
    • Controls, Instrumentation & Measurements
    • Electrical Power Systems
    • Other Related Area
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    Publication Opportunities: IEEE Xplore (Proceedings) indexed by SCOPUS
  • Paper submission guidelines
    Paper submission in Innovative Electricals and Electronics (iEE) at RI2C 2022 was never published before, and it is not currently being considered by another conference. All submitted papers will be checked for plagiarism. Papers that have a significant amount of overlap with other papers will be automatically rejected (>30%). The papers must be written in English and formatted in accordance with the standard conference proceedings format. The paper must be 4 to 8 pages of A4 size in length, including all texts, references, figures and photographs. All iEE submissions will be electronic and in IEEE Xplore-compatible PDF format (*.pdf).
  • Full paper template for IEEE Xplore:

  • Camera-Ready Paper Submission
    Before submitting a final manuscript, the authors should revise it in light of the reviewer's suggestions and style it correctly in accordance with the IEEE format. The IEEE policy requires authors to keep the similarity index to less than 30%. The final manuscript must be submitted via the following link:
    To prepare the final manuscript in IEEE format, please follow 5 steps below:

    STEP 1: Formatting

    Prepare your final manuscript using MS Word or Latex A4 templates for IEEEXplore Digital Library. The templates can be found at this link [HERE].

    Please double-check author names, affiliations, email addresses, and funding acknowledgment on your camera-ready manuscript. The maximum number of pages is eight, including references, and does not include an author biography at the end.

    **Once the information has been submitted, it cannot be changed.

    STEP 2: Copyright notice

    Modify IEEE Copyright Notice at the bottom-left of the first page of the template as follows.

    For papers in which all authors are employed by the US government, the copyright notice is
    U.S. Government work not protected by U.S. copyright
    For papers in which all authors are employed by a Crown government (UK, Canada, and Australia), the copyright notice is
    978-1-6654-7324-8/22/$31.00 @2022 Crown
    For papers in which all authors are employed by the European Union, the copyright notice is
    978-1-6654-7324-8/22/$31.00 @2022 European Union
    For all other papers, the copyright notice is
    978-1-6654-7324-8/22/$31.00 @2022 IEEE

    STEP 3: Validate by IEEE PDF eXpress

    Please visit the IEEE PDF eXpress to validate your pdf file before submitting to EDAS.

    Visit the site [HERE]. Our Conference ID is 56397X.

    If you are a first-time user, you should create an account and enter Conference ID (56397X) with your e-mail address and password. Then you will be asked to provide personal information. If you already have the account, please log in with your credential and put 56397X as the Conference ID.

    After you log in, click on Dashboard (on the left menu) and then you can create a new title on the site. IEEE PDF eXpress will convert your PDF file into the appropriate format for submission to IEEExplore. Please submit the successfully converted file to EDAS in Step 5.

    STEP4: IEEE electronic Copyright Form

    Before uploading the Camera-Ready, you must complete the copyright transfer agreement for each paper. EDAS has configured with the IEEE electronic Copyright Form (eCF); therefore, you must complete the agreement online.

    In the EDAS paper list, click the copyright form link shown above. Click “IEEE Copyright Submission” to complete the online submission of the copyright form.



    STEP 5: Submission at EDAS

    You must submit the converted final manuscript as the Camera-Ready in EDAS before 20-July-2022.