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Instructions for Authors

Papers published in Proceedings of the IEEE provide a survey, review, or tutorial treatment of important technical developments in electronics, electrical and computer engineering, and computer science.

  • Reviews critically examine a technology, tracing its progress from its inception to the present—and perhaps into the future.
  • Surveys comprehensively view a technology—its applications, issues, ramifications, and potential.
  • Tutorial papers explain a technology and may give practical information for implementing it. These papers are written for the purpose of informing non-specialist engineers about a particular technology.

Preparing Your Paper for the Proceedings

If the paper is unsolicited, please submit a four to six page proposal before submitting the full-length paper. See Instructions for Preparing Your Regular Paper Proposal.

If the paper has been invited, or a regular paper proposal has already been approved, see Instructions for Preparing Your Paper.

Criteria for Papers:

  • Papers must be accessible to the non-specialist reader as well as experts in the area.
  • Papers should always contain adequate motivational, background, and tutorial information.
  • Papers must offer new perspectives and insights.

Peer Review

All papers submitted to the Proceedings will undergo a rigorous review process in accordance with IEEE and Proceedings of the IEEE policies. For Special Issue papers, the review process will be handled by the Guest Editors, unless otherwise specified. For regular papers, the review process will be handled by the Proceedings of the IEEE Editorial Office. The Editor-in-Chief maintains the highest authority of the publication on all editorial matters.