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Submission and Registration Policies

All papers submitted to the IEEE ICCA 2024 must be composed in English and follow the standard IEEE 2-column format. The submission portal will be accessible from January 2024. Submissions intended for review should not exceed eight (8) pages in length. The conference’s Technical Program Committee will oversee the acceptance process and will not accept submissions exceeding the page limit.

For inclusion in the conference proceedings, each accepted paper is constrained to six (6) pages, with the provision to extend up to eight (8) pages subject to additional page charges. Presenting the paper at the conference is a requirement for publication, and at least one of the authors must commit to attend and present.

In circumstances where the designated presenter is unable to attend, they must ensure the presentation is covered by a qualified individual. Registration is mandatory for uploading the final manuscript; student registrants may upload one paper, while regular registrants may upload up to two papers.

To uphold academic integrity, all submissions will be scrutinized for originality and checked for any overlap with previously published content using the iThenticate tool. The Technical Program Committee will consider the results during the evaluation. Ethical breaches, if any, will be investigated thoroughly by a dedicated committee.

For more information on submission guidelines, formatting requirements, and to submit your manuscript, please visit the PaperCept submission site. We look forward to your contributions and active participation in making IEEE ICCA 2024 a hub of innovation and knowledge exchange.

Large Language Model (LLM) Policy

Please note that manuscripts generated by large-scale language models (LLMs) such as ChatGPT are prohibited as submissions to ICCA 2024. We will allow papers for which LLMs are used for light-editing of the authors' original text, such as for spelling and grammar corrections.

When submission, the authors will be asked to confirm/certify that their submission represents the personal writing of and preparation by the authors, and was not generated by any large-scale language model, such as ChatGPT or similar.

Paper Submission Instruction

Papers must be submitted electronically through PaperCept. Only PDF files up to 2MB are accepted. For IEEE Xplore compatibility, see PaperCept support.

Margins, Formats & Templates

Note: Initial submissions may be up to 8 pages. However, for final submission, paper should be 6 pages long. Any page over 6 pages will incur an overlength page charge up to a maximum of two extra pages.

Caution: Style files and templates provided here have been created to ensure that margin requirement is adequately met.

Reminder: Authors are responsible for submitting their paper in the required format. All papers that are accepted will be published as submitted by the Author. The Conference is NOT responsible for editing or correcting errors in the paper.

MS Word template:
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Sample Documents:
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Create IEEE Xplore-Compatible PDF

PaperCept assists in converting PDFs to an IEEE Xplore-compatible format. Additional instructions for compliance and testing tools are available on the PaperCept website.