Instructions for your presentation
Presentation of your contribution is defined as one of the following:
By author: Ideally, the primary author or one of the co-authors will attend the conference and present their contribution. This is the classical way of participating in conferences, and authors gain the greatest professional benefits.
By colleague: If the primary author any of the co-authors cannot attend, then a qualified colleague may present the paper. A qualified colleague is one who is familiar with the technical field, and is capable of discussing the issues. The primary author or co-authors would miss the technical interaction, but fulfill professional obligations.NOTE: A full regular registration must be paid even if the qualified colleague is an author of another (different) paper in the conference.
Papers that do not meet one of these requirements (A or B) will be noted as no-show after the conference, and will not be indexed for either IEEEXplore® Digital Library or EI Compendex. No registration refund will be given in any case.
According to the above policy, CPE-POWERENG 2017 will publish and distribute at the conference the Conference Proceedings with copyrighted content. All final papers will be included in the IEEE content library, BUT no-show papers will NOT be accessible from IEEEXplore® Digital Library. No-show papers are copyrighted, and cannot be re-published without permission from the IEEE.
Instructions for the speakers
- You need to be in the session room at least 15 minutes prior to the beginning of the session. Introduce yourself to the session chair
- Using a USB memory stick, copy your presentation (pdf or ppt file) in the laptop of the session room and test that everything looks good (advise: avoid animations and take care of the fonts, to avoid problems embed the fonts in your pdf or ppt file). You will not be allowed to use your own laptop
- Give a short (4-5 lines) biography (name, grade, affiliation and research interest) to the chairman. He/she will introduce you before your presentation
- You have 15 minutes for your presentation (please, do not exceed 15 minutes!)
- After the presentation, a discussion/dialogue with the audience will occur during 5 minutes