|Full papers required||Monday 4th April 2016|
|Registration Closes||Thursday 26th May 2016|
|EMiT 2016||2-3rd June 2016|
Authors of the successful abstract submissions are required to register for the conference and will be given 15-20 minutes to present their work at the conference.
Authors will need to submit camera-ready artwork and a paper submission, comprised of 4 pages, by Monday 4 April.
EMiT follows the IEEE format of conference proceedings, therefore please download and use the IEEE templates when formatting submissions.
Call for Papers
EMiT 2016 will comprise of themed sessions chosen from peer-reviewed abstracts. The CfP is now closed and authors being informed.
For the first step, authors were requested to submit an abstract of the work they intend to submit. Formatting of this is relatively open, however the document must meet the following criteria:
- Be no longer than 1 printed page.
- Be written in English.
- Be of a form able to be easily opened (such as PDF or Microsoft Word).
- Include a title, authors and affiliations, body of text and (up to) one figure and references.
- Addresses one or one of the conference themes
Submission details: Please submit your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org and ensure the subject is “EMiT Abstract Submission”. Please also include in the body of your email which of the EMiT 2016 themes that your work addresses. Themes are: Device-independent Compilers and High Level Languages; Low Power and Energy Efficient Computing; Advances in Novel Hardware; Numerical Algorithms; Applications.
Secondly, we shall contact authors of all submissions to confirm acceptance and provide further instructions for a more in-depth article for publication and for the 15-minute presentation during the conference.
Attendance by at least one listed author is a requisite of acceptance.