Manuscript Submission

Submission CLOSED

We accept high-quality publications that describe original and previously unpublished findings from conceptual, experimental, or theoretical work or research in any of the above-mentioned topic areas. When a manuscript is submitted, it implies that it is not being considered for other publications.


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General Guidelines



The article should be written in English; either American or British use is acceptable, but both should not be mixed.

Authors should proofread their English language manuscript before submission to eliminate possible grammatical or spelling errors and to conform to correct scientific English. Poor English can also result in the rejection of the manuscript.


Paper Structure

The paper should be in the IEEE double column format by following the below mentioned structure and template.


Microsoft Word Template
US letter (DOC, 30 KB) Updated Jan 2019
A4 (DOC, 30 KB) Updated Jan 2019
LaTeX Template Instructions (PDF, 63 KB) [Be sure to use the template's conference mode.]
Template (ZIP, 700 KB) Updated October 2019
LaTeX Bibliography Files (ZIP, 309 KB)

Overleaf Template
When working in Overleaf, the template is available at


Submission Method

Please send your full paper via Email to; once the paper is received, author will receive a submission acknowledgement mail as a reply.

For any queries about submission, please contact us at


Academic & Publication Ethics

Articles submitted to the conference should provide new and previously unpublished research. In the academic context, adhering to ethical standards is important. As a result, any act of plagiarism will not be allowed. If an author is discovered to have plagiarised, the submission will be automatically rejected.

IEEE Web Page on Plagiarism

IEEE Web Page on Double Submission


Evaluation Process

All articles will go through double-blind peer review. Relevancy, structure, research technique, ethical conducts, language standard, innovativeness, references, hypothesis, result presentation, proficiency, format, and a variety of other aspects are all taken into account throughout the evaluation process.

Papers that are accepted and registered will be published in the Conference Proceedings.


Instructions for the Oral Presentation

The accepted and registered papers will only be allotted with the presentation slot. The length of the presentation should be 20 minutes. You can use any form of presentation you wish. Please arrive for your presentation early to ensure the necessary arrangements.