Q. The prices mentioned on the website for registration are they per author or per paper?
A. Per Presenter/Author up to 1 paper.
Q. As students, the three of us would like to attend the conference and present our paper. Would it be possible for all three of us to present our paper in parts?
A. Yes, provided all three have to register. One should be registered as an author and rest two people should be registered as attendees.
Q. Are there any travel grants for students?
Q. What would be presentation Dates & when the schedule will be uploaded?
A. Presentation dates would be 19-20th November, 2021. Schedule will be uploaded as per dates mentioned on the website.
Q. Who gets the Presentation certificate?
A. The author who has registered and physically or virtually presented will get the Presentation Certificate.
Q. Will all authors get the presentation Certificate?
A. No. Only Registered authors who physically or virtually present will get the certificates.
Q. My Co-author is faculty and won’t be able attend, whether they will get the certificate, if paid but not attended.
A. No. Only Registered and Physically or virtually present will get the certificate.
Q. I have an early return train/flight, may I get the certificate early?
A. Certificates will be distributed at the End of Day on all the days. Early request for distribution will not be entertained but we can post or mail your certificate at your address.
Q. We have 3 authors and would like present. Do all have to register as Authors?
A. No. Only 1 Author needs to register as Author and rest can be registered as Attendees.
Q. Is it mandatory to attend Tutorials?
Q. I am not able to attend the conference; can I send someone else to collect my certificate?
A. No. Only physically present registrant will receive the certificate.
Q. Can I choose the date of presentation?
A. No. The presentation will be as per schedule only.
Q. Is it compulsory to make payment in order get paper published?
Q. If i make online payment, will that be sufficient for paper publication or i have to be physically present at venue?
A. Physical presence or Virtual Presence is required for publication.
Q. Reviews states Paper is not as per IEEE format. If I submit without correction will it get published?
A. No. Any rejection from IEEE side due to any reason will be authors responsibility.
Q. I wrote the paper as a student in May 2020 as part of my final semester thesis. However, I am a working professional now. Does this make me eligible to register at the conference as a student or as a professional?
A. It depends on the affiliation mentioned in the paper. If you mentioned affiliation of your previous college or university, then it is treated as a student paper and you have to register as a student category. If you have mentioned your current affiliation i.e. industry, college etc. then you have register in the professional category.
Q. If I want to present my paper and attend only the conference but not the tutorials, should I register myself as a Student/Professional or as a Student/Professional Attendee?
A. In that case, you have to register as Student/Professional category. Student/Professional Attendee means only those non-authors etc. who only want to attend the conference.
Q. “Registration Grants” section states that “a limited number of registration grants are available for high-quality research papers”. What does it mean?
A. It means on the last day of the conference, we will announce the winners of registration grants and will refund their registration money. The criteria for choosing the registration grant winners is the quality of their papers which will be judge by their track chairs/Co-Chairs during the presentation at the conference.
Q. Most of my review comments revolve around not following the IEEE template format. Which is the correct IEEE format?
A. IEEE template is available on https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates
Q. One of the review comments states that one implementation detail is missing. However, adding that to my paper would violate the strict 6-pages size limit. What should I do in such cases? Will my paper be rejected for publication?
A. Maximum page limited is six. If your page count increases after incorporating the reviewer comments, then you have to remove some unwanted or common information available in the paper but in any case, the page count should not go beyond 6. This is the policy of IEEE.
Q. After creating a camera-ready paper and passing all plagiarism checks, would my paper go through a final sanity check from IBSSC’s side to make sure everything is as expected so that it surely gets published?
Q. What does “Hybrid” mode mean? Am I allowed to present my paper virtually or do I have to be physically present in Gwalior?
A. You can attend the conference physically or virtually as per your convenience.
Q. If I present my paper virtually:
- Will I receive a certificate?
- Will I be eligible to compete for the Best Paper Awards?
- Will my paper be published in IEEE Xplore?
A. Yes, you will receive the certificate of the presentation and also be eligible for the best paper award. Also, your paper will be published in IEEE Xplore.
Q. If I present physically:
- Will I be provided with accommodation, food, and travel during the course of the conference?
- Any extra covid protocols I should follow?
A. We will provide the accommodation in the ABV-IIITM Gwalior on a nominal payment basis. Also, if you attend physically then you can enjoy the cultural programs, gala dinner, and other events during the conference. All the physically attendees have to follow the covid protocols. They have to show us or submit the covid vaccination certificate. Registration fees include a registration kit, three days lunch coupons, high tea, cultural event coupons and one-day Gala dinner coupons.
Q. If I attend the only Tutorials on the first day of the conference, then Shall I receive any certificate?
A. Yes, you will receive a certificate.
Q. I need an invitation certificate for the visa. How I can get the certificate?
A. For, this please write a request mail to us.