For the ITherm 2020 Virtual Conference paper presentations will be delivered in a pre-recorded format, which will be made available for viewing by registered attendees for a period of four weeks from the start of the conference. By registering for the conference and providing your presentation material, your work will be published in the ITherm 2020 Virtual proceedings and searchable in the IEEE Xplore digital library. At least one author must be registered for the conference by the author registration deadline of June 8, 2020. We understand that due to the on-going pandemic receiving approvals can take longer than usual, so we encourage you to begin this process now to meet the June 8th deadline.
Additional details will be provided in the coming weeks regarding recording and uploading of your presentation. For your awareness, the basic requirements for the recording are:
There are several video conferencing tools available to easily record a presentation, including, WebEX, Skype, Google Meet, Zoom, Gotomeeting, and Microsoft Teams. You will alternatively be able to create a voice over in Power Point. Again, detailed instructions will be provided by your session chairs in the coming weeks on submission deadlines, recording, and uploading your presentation.
Lastly, the IEEE Copyright submission is now active within myconferencebuddy. Please login and submit the copyright for your paper(s). Papers cannot be published in the proceedings without the copyright submitted. To complete the copyright form, please follow the following instructions:
Note that a separate copyright form must be submitted for each paper that you have accepted to the ITherm 2020 Virtual conference for publication in the proceedings.
|Author Registration Deadline||June 8, 2020|
|ITherm Conference Begins||July 21, 2020|
Accepted papers without a registered and attending author/presenter will be withdrawn after the June 8, 2020 deadline for author registration. The ITherm Conference requests that each registered author present a maximum of two papers at the conference.
Papers which are accepted and presented at the conference will be placed into IEEE's Xplore/IEL database and indexed in INSPEC. This information is made available to Elsevier's EI index, and ISI/Thomson Reuters' SCI, SSCI and ISTP services, which may place your paper's metadata in their indices. In addition, the metadata and full text will be indexed by Google and Google Scholar, for wider access to research results.