1) What happens at ESSCIRC/ESSDERC?
Tutorials and Workshops on Monday.
A Tutorial or Workshops introduces a topic for those who are new and want to learn the basics. Yor are free to attend any Tutorial or Workshop.
Conference Technical Sessions on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Invited Speakers give talks about the state of the field. These are higher-level than paper presentations, and give the audience the industry trends and vision. Even if you are not interested in the specific topic, are usually worth attending to know the state-of-the-art direction of circuits.
Authors of accepted paper present their work during Monday/Tuesday/Wednesday technical session. Typically, there are six/seven sessions going on in parallel, and attendees can attend any of them. You are absolutely free to move from one session to another.
Welcome Cocktail on Tuesday
Gala Dinner on Wednesday
2) What is the author's final submission deadline?
Your full paper in PDF format must be submitted no later than Jun 9, 2023 23:59 (GMT -0700) at this web site:
Your paper must comply with the specifications outlined on this web site. Due to publication deadlines, no time extensions will be granted. Once final submission has closed (Jun 9, 2023 23:59 (GMT -0700) this version of your paper is considered final and may not be changed for any reason
3) I have electronically signed the IEEE copyright form but I made some mistakes. What can I do?
Please contact directly Ecopyright@ieee.org
4) My paper has been rejected. Is it possible to contact the reviewers in order to get some further clarifications to help improve?
Your submission was reviewed by the Technical Program Committee for technical merit and suitability for the overall conference program. This year we had many quality submissions and needed to decline some fine contributions. The Technical Program Committee cannot give any further clarification.
5) I am a co-author of two papers. May I present both?
For each paper independently, at least one co-author is required to register for the Conference (one registration-one paper policy)
If you are a co-author of two or more papers, and want to present all of them, you should register and pay the registration fee for every paper. Each time you register, make sure to include a different ID PAPER in your registration form.
Nevertheless we do encourage that a single author presents not more than one paper, so to have as many presenters as possible enjoying our networking activities .
6) I am a student and my paper has been accepted. Is a student registration fee accepted to comply with the one registration-one paper policy?
Yes, it is.
We do encourage student attendance to the Conference However, the student should also attend the conference and present the paper. Should there be any change in the presenting Author, the applicable registration fee will be claimed.
7) I am a presenter. What shall I do?
You will be contacted by your Session Chair or Workshop/Tutorial organizers to make sure that everything is in order.
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8) May I attend the Conference even though I haven't submitted a paper?
You are very welcome to attend Workshops, Tutorials and the conference even if you haven't submitted a paper or if your submitted paper was unfortunately rejected.
9) I need an invitation letter for my Visa. What shall I do?
Please follow the instructions you find here.
The invitation letter will only be sent to delegates who have paid the registration fee.
In case of visa refusal, the amount paid for registration is refundable, except for an administrative fee of EUR 50.
10) I am a presenter. If I won't be able to travel due to VISA problem, can I transfer my registration to a co-author attending the conference?
Yes, of course.
At least one author per accepted paper must be registered AND attend the conference to present their paper.
IEEE reserves the right to exclude any accepted paper from distribution after the conference (including, removal from IEEE Xplore) if the accepted paper is not presented at the conference.
11) Will the ESSCIRC ESSDERC 2023 Conference be on line?
No, we plan to have a fully in-person event.
12) What do delegates wear?
There is no official dress code.