Manuscript Registration/Submission Guidelines | Comsnets 2015
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Manuscript Registration/Submission Guidelines

The paper deadline is expired and the papers are being processed.

We cannot accept any new submissions at this stage.

Registration/Submission Process

  1. Log in to EDAS
  2. Go to the list of conferences accepting submissions.
  3. Find "COMSNETS 2015" and click on "Submit Paper" link at the right of the column.
  4. You can also come to this page directly by going to
  5. You will be taken to a page that asks you for the title of the paper, topics etc.
  6. In the box called "Paper abstract", put in the abstract.
  7. After you press the submit button, you should add all other authors.
  8. That completes the abstract submission/registration.
  9. You can upload the paper after that, which can be done until September 5 September 12.

  1. The abstract can be a paragraph or a couple of paragraphs that briefly describe the work, and should contain only plain text.
  2. For Demos and Exhibits you need not create an EDAS account, but are required to send your submission via email to [email protected]

Manuscript submission involves a two step process - initial registration by Aug. 29 (11:59 PM EDT), and the final manuscript submission by Sep. 5, 2015 (11:59 PM EDT). Papers may be registered and submitted on EDAS.

EDAS Link :

Formatting and Paper Size Guidelines

Full papers submitted for review should have a maximum number of 8 pages, and should adhere to the formatting guidelines described below. At the discretion of the TPC chairs, a small set of borderline papers may be invited for inclusion as "Poster Papers", with a reduced 4-page limit.

Papers must be submitted in PDF (Portable Document Format) and should be compatible with Acrobat (English version). They should not include any special characters or nonstandard fonts. Please ensure that your submissions can be displayed and printed without further processsing using only standard tools and postscript printers.

Make sure that the paper prints well on black-and-white printers.

A document that provides simplified requirements for creating PDF Files is available. It describes the essential steps in distilling PDFs. Please pay particular attention to figures and graphs in the paper to ensure that they are legible when printed using standard black-and-white printers.

The formatting guidelines for the submission and that for the final camera-ready version of the accepted papers are identical.

Overall appearance:

Accepted papers will appear in IEEEXplore. Therefore, the submitted papers should adhere to the appearance of the standard IEEE twocolumn format that is used for IEEE Conference Proceedings. The papers should be typeset using 10pt font on US Letter paper with margins no smaller than 0.75in for the top margin, 1.0in for the bottom margin, and 0.625in for side margins.

For your convenience the templates for typesetting with LaTeX and Microsoft Word are available. Authors are strongly encouraged to use one of the style guides below

For those typesetting using Latex, examine the IEEEtran LaTeX Class (template) V1.7 packages and IEEEtran V1.12 BibTeX (bibliography) packages. Be sure to use the template's conference mode. See template documentation for details.

For complete formatting specifications, you can download the IEEE Format Definition Table and Glossary here.

Please use link, for details regarding font embedding in your final manuscript.

Prior to submitting your final manuscript, please check if the document is IEEE Explore compatible. For information on embedding fonts into your document, see link.

For reasons of reviewing fairness, papers that exceed the page limit and/or are incorrectly formatted will not be accepted for review.



For questions, contact : [email protected], [email protected].