AICAS 2020 online guide
Because the conference is virtual, we will be reimbursing the registration payment but each paper will still need a registration payment of 150 Euros. Therefore some of you will only receive a partial reimbursement.
To get the reimbursement, we ask that you fill out the google form confirming which paper(s) your registration will support (if any) and the reimbursement method. Default reimbursement will be done with the same method used for payment of the registration.
The AICAS 2020 website program provides an overview of the program. Detailed abstracts of the plenaries and tutorials are available there. All times are listed in Central European Summer Time (CEST, GMT+2).
The detailed schedule is on ePapers for papers, posters and demos (which are treated as posters).
Steps for all presenters
The duration of a presentation slot is 20 minutes. Please target your lecture for a duration of a maximum of 15 minutes for the presentation plus approx. 3 minutes for questions from the audience.
Presentations will be live during the scheduled time. Prepare a presentation, which you will present live through the Zoom link at the moment of your session. If it helps, you can play a video of your talk.
Presenters are invited to report to the session chair 15 minutes BEFORE the start of the session. You will share with the chair your name, role and institutional affiliation so that the chair can mention this in his introduction.
The poster session will be divided into two parts:
Live Demo presentations
The live demonstration session will be divided into two parts:
Authors of selected best papers will be invited to submit extended versions of their work for publication in IEEE JETCAS special issue.
Online submissions will be accepted via ePapers. Papers will comply with IEEE conference template and camera ready manuscripts will be checked for IEEExplore compliance. Regular and Special Session Papers length is maximum 4 pages, plus up to 1 page for references (ONLY)), or maximum 1 page for Live demos, please refer to the detailed information for authors.
The paper review system will be double blind.