Manuscript Submission Checklist
The submission procedure applies to both conference and
workshop papers (also Student Extended Abstracts).
The IEEE Copyright form is available as a PDF and more information at
Please send the signed form (only page 1 is required) via email to
email@example.com or by fax to
(512) 532-6471, attention Jack Chen.
Registration fee for your paper.
Make checks payable to IPCCC 2010.
This can be either done online or via mail.
Payment for extra page charges (if needed).
Make checks payable to IPCCC 2010.
The paper will not be included in the conference proceedings if its length exceeds the page limit.
The extra page charges must be submitted with your camera-ready manuscript.
To prepare the final version: Please make sure that you follow the
IEEE requirements for creating PDF files for IEEE Xplore.
Failing to do so may result in your paper not included in the conference proceedings.
If you are using LaTeX to prepare your paper, check out Latex directions for
submission of the final manuscript:
INSTRUCTIONS zip file.
To upload your final version at IEEE PDF eXpress Plus.
You can find more information on how to use IEEE PDF eXpress Plus at
- Page Limits for Regular Conference/Workshop Papers: each regular paper may
have up to 8 pages without extra charge, and may have up to four extra pages at
$75 per extra page.
- Page Limits for Student Extended Abstracts: up to 2 pages.
IEEE PDF eXpress Plus Access Info:
The final manuscript is due on October 8, 2010.
Papers must be IEEE Xplore compliant.
Conference ID: ipccc10xp
The site is open now until the submission deadline October 8, 2010.
Student Extended Abstracts are short presentations, either on new ideas or
work in progress, or opinion pieces that can address any issue relevant to
performance computing and communications.
Because they are brief, Student Extended Abstracts enable their authors to:
Summarize work that is not yet complete
Put forward novel or challenging ideas
State positions on controversial issues
Suggest new approaches to the solution of open problems
Student Extended Abstracts are aimed at academics and practitioners, promoting
a rich exchange of experiences. They are used to introduce new work or present
radical opinions, and to receive early feedback from the community.
Student Extended Abstracts submissions should include a brief description of
the research, not to exceed two pages in PDF. Send Extended Abstracts to the
Poster Chair, Dr. Song Fu, by September 30, 2010.
Authors are required to present their papers at the conference in order for the
paper to appear in the conference proceedings.
We understand that there may be rare and unusual conditions that may prevent an
author from presenting in person.
Under such exceptional conditions, the TPC chairs may grant an exception and
allow the presenter to present remotely instead of in person.
Authors who are affected MUST contact the TPC chairs by TBD
detailing their need to request such an exception.
*** Please be notified that your paper may be excluded from being published
and included in the IEEE Xplore and the CSDL should your paper fail to be
presented at the conference ****
Registration receipts and proceedings will be available (at the conference)
only for papers that are presented -- unless prior exceptions are made by
the organizing conference committee.
Please note that due to limitations of presenting remotely, only a couple of
exceptions may be granted for the conference.
In the event that there are more exceptions than the conference can support,
authors traveling internationally to attend the conference will be given higher
IEEE No Show Policy
"IEEE policy states that it is up to the discretion of the Conference Committee
to allow 'no shows' to be published in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
IEEE Conference Organizers must notify authors prior to, or at time of
submission, that their papers may be excluded from IEEE Xplore and the CSDL
should they fail to appear at the conference."
Authors should plan on 20-minute presentations. We will provide computer
projectors for displaying PowerPoint or similar presentations. Authors
must provide their own laptops for the presentations.
The vice general chair will issue
visa invitation letters to a person satisfying both of the following conditions:
When you contact the vice general chair for a visa invitation letter, please
make sure that you cc your email on the registration chair and ask the registration
chair to verify that you have paid the registration fee.
If you fail to do so, your request will be declined.
Also please make sure that you include all necessary information (such as name,
affiliation, mailing address, title and number of accepted paper) in your email
to the vice general chair.
If there is insufficient information for the visa invitation, your request may be declined.
- Has a paper accepted by the main conference.
(If you have a paper accepted by a workshop, please contact the workshop chair
for visa invitation letters.)
- Has registered for the conference and paid the registration fee.