Call for Papers
The IEEE Consumer Electronics (CE) Society is soliciting technical papers for oral and poster presentations at their 36th annual flagship conference, IEEE International Conference on Consumer Electronics (ICCE) in Las Vegas. ICCE is the established forum for innovative research in all areas of consumer electronics and is co-located with the CTA’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES). CES is world’s largest consumer electronics trade-conference.
The theme of ICCE 2018 is “Cybersecurity”.
Topics consistent with this theme include all aspects of foundation technologies and robust architectures that support privacy, reliability, anti-counterfeiting, authentication, content protection for consumer electronics devices, their networks, and the services connected to these devices.
Paper contributions are sought in but are not limited to following areas:
- Security and Privacy of CE Hardware and Software Systems (SPC)
- Energy Management of CE Hardware and Software Systems (EMC)
- Application-Specific CE for Smart Cities (SMC)
- RF, Wireless,andNetwork Technologies (WNT)
- Internet of Things and Internet of Everywhere (IoT)
- Entertainment, Gaming, and Virtual and Augmented Reality (EGV)
- AV Systems, Image and Video, and Cameras and Acquisition (AVS)
- Automotive CE Applications (CEA)
- CE Sensors and MEMS (CSM)
- Consumer Healthcare Systems (CHS)
- Enabling and HCI Technologies (HCI)
- Smartphone and Mobile Device Technologies (MDT)
- Other Technologies Related with CE (MIS)
In addition to regular oral and poster sessions based on the above tracks, ICCE 2018 will have many special sessions on current hot topics related to CE. ICCE 2018 will also feature industry tracks and a student research forum as an integral part. The technical program committee invites proposals for special sessions, industry tracks, and expert panels.These proposals as well as the student research forum papers can be submitted at the following EDAS link.
Authors are invited to submit original, unpublished manuscripts of 2- to 6-page length at https://edas.info/showConferenceDetails.php?c=23404. Previously published papers or papers under review for other conferences/journals should not be submitted for consideration. Authors may prepare original work of maximum 6 pages with an 200-word abstract using double-column IEEE conference-format template: http://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html.
All accepted papers (including regular papers, special session papers, and SRF papers) will be published in the ICCE 2018 Digest or Proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore. Instructions for authors and document templates are available on the conference website. A selected set of papers from ICCE 2018 program will be invited for submission to special issues of peer-reviewed journals (e.g. CE Magazine/Transactions) based on reviewer’s feedback and quality of conference presentation.
Important dates of ICCE 2018 are the following:
Important dates of ICCE 2018 are the following:
Submission Deadline: July 03, 2017
Acceptance Notification: September 05, 2017
Submission of Final Version: September 25, 2017
Call for Special Session and Expert Panel Proposals:
The organizing committee invites proposals for Special Sessions and Expert Panels on the current hot topics in CE areas. These proposals can be submitted at the EDAS link. The deadline is same as the regular submissions deadline. The Special Session and Expert Panel Proposals should follow these guidelines:
- Not exceed two pages.
- Should describe the topic, the format and intended audience.
- Must include the session title, the organizers, and a list of suggested participants with their biographical data and presentation topics. It is preferred to have three talks in each special session (maximum of three papers can be included in a session).
- Sessions with two talks of 30 mins duration each as well as Sessions of 1hr tutorial/talk are also considered.
- Submit online at EDAS choosing the following track:
ST01: Special Session Proposals (SSP)
ST02: Expert Panel Proposals (EPP)
The Special Sessions can be either oral presentations or poster presentations. The Special Sessions can be either oral presentations or poster presentations. Speaker presenting the work at the special session needs to register at the conference, and has the opportunity to include a paper up to 6 pages (minimally a 1-page extended abstract required) in the proceedings. Papers will be reviewed and published in the conference proceedings.
Call for Student Research Forum (SRF) Papers:
ICCE 2018 will feature a student research forum (SRF) as an integral part. The ICCE 2018 organizing committee invites perspective authors to submit their original unpublished work of maximum 4 pages using IEEE double-column conference format-template. Manuscripts in PDF format should be submitted to the “Student Research Forum” track at the online submission link at EDAS choosing the following track:
FT01: Student Research Forum (SRF).
The submission deadline is the same as specified for the regular paper submissions. All the accepted student research forum papers after reviewing will be published in the conference proceedings. The mode of presentation of Student Research Forum (SRF) papers is “poster”. The primary/first of the SRF papers need to be a student. SRF papers can have lesser quality threshold than papers in regular tracks and SRF papers may present ongoing research ideas.
Presenters presenting the work at the Student Research Forum (SRF) needs to register at the conference, and has the opportunity to include a paper up to 4 pages (minimally a 2-page extended abstract required) in the proceedings. Papers will be reviewed and published in the conference proceedings.