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Paper Submission

Submit a paper

Prospective authors are invited to submit papers in English or Russian of their original research contributions describing new results, original ideas, and applications on relevant topics. One author registration can cover up to three papers. 

Paper design
The manuscripts should contain the following information: paper title, author(s) name, full address, annotation, keywords, introduction, problem statement and objective, description of subject of investigation, results achieved and their further development and applicability, references, short professional biography of authors.In accordance with IEEE requirements for paper proof should be used sample.
In accordance with requirements IEEE PDF-file with the article should be formed by rules:

 Author-PDF-Guide (PDF, 264 Кб)

Articles, which will not be formed by the rules, can be accepted by the Organizing Committee, but IEEE will not publish them in IEEE Xplore base.

Presentation of paper
The abstracts should be sent in one MS Word file via webform in the Section “Registration”. By filling of the form or in covering letter should be indicated following information of speakers: surname, name, additional name, post, postal and email address.

Paper publication
The Scientific Program Committee will make the selection of papers. Only original, unpublished contributions will be considered. The Workshop proceedings will be published containing all Workshop manuscripts, and will be distributed among the Workshop participants, leading libraries, and international scientific centers. The proceedings have official registration of IEEE and of The Library of Congress. 

Guidelines for Oral Presentations
Please note that the overall time available for your presentation is limited to 15 minutes of which 10 minutes are allowed for the actual presentation and 5 minutes for discussion. You should plan your presentation carefully. You should select your vocabulary to address as wide an audience as possible and avoid unfamiliar abbreviations or expressions. Your oral presentation should be performed to answer the following questions:
• Why was the project undertaken?
• What was done?
• What was learned?
• What does it mean?
Remember, the three rules for an effective presentation are:
• Tell them what you are going to say (spend a few moments introducing your topic and what you intend to speak about)
• Tell them (deliver your talk, including the methods, results and conclusions)
• Tell them what you said (summarize the most important points of your lecture).

Please remember that the responsibility of having your paper ready for Presentation at the scheduled time is primarily in your hands as the presenter. Check the readability, completeness and order of your slides before your presentation. Arrive well in advance of the session, and acquaint yourself with the operation of the podium and location of the equipment. Workshop staff will be present to assist you. There are no scheduled breaks in the agenda so it is mandatory that the presentations be loaded before the beginning of each session.
Be careful to speak in accordance with the sequence of your slides. Avoid making major modifications to your transparencies during your presentation. Do not use more than 1 slide per minute. Please stay within the time limit allocated for your presentation. Please remember, the chairman on the sessions has the right to stop your report after the expiration of allocated time.
Technical equipment provided in the Workshop room are:
• Multimedia video projector;
• Projection screen;
• Standard PC.
The operating system for session computers is Microsoft Windows 8. The available software is Microsoft Office 10 (or newer) that includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Acrobat Reader, and Windows Media Player. Therefore, all presentations must be compatible with these packages. We suggest you to upload your presentation on a USB memory stick better than connecting your laptop.