There are four specific aspects that the Summit will consider:
- State of the art mmWave technologies, phenomenology, and performance characteristics important for mmWave solutions.
- Exploratory use cases and differentiated IoT solutions and applications that rely on mmWave technologies.
- Lessons learned from deployments, demonstrations, and experiments exploiting mmWave technologies.
- The choices of policy, regulatory regimes, and legal aspects of operating in the mmWave and adjacent bands.
The majority of the presentations for the Summit are chosen by invitation and address current issues important to IoT and the theme of the Summit. In this call for submissions, we are seeking the following items:
- Suggestions for speakers to present on the subjects identified above.
- Suggestions for assisting in organizing panels or round-tables on specific subtopics and in identifying panel participants.
- Suggestions for other formats that will help the Summit be more interactive and meaningful to the audience.
- Submission of papers to accompany presentations at the Summit. These will be fully peer reviewed as indicated in the instructions below. The choice of presenters will be made by the Summit Chairs, based on relevance to the Summit. Selection of a presenter does not guarantee the acceptance of papers for publication.
The majority of the presentations are by invitation. However, we will also accommodate a limited number of original and novel submitted papers. These will be fully peer reviewed, and the accepted papers will be published in IEEE Xplore. If you wish to submit a paper, please follow the instructions below. The deadline for submission is September 30th, 2018. Please note that we may ask you to participate as a presenter if we conclude that the material is highly relevant to the summit, but your paper was not accepted for publication. We expect that all the presentations will be posted on the Summit Website after the event.
How to Submit a Paper:
Follow the guide from the main RWW2020 website using the specific instructions for SHaRC
The length of the initial submission should be limited to three pages (3), four pages (4) will accepted as part of the final submission of camera-ready copies. The detailed submission requirements are included at the end of this call for papers.
Important Dates for Paper Submissions
Paper Submission Due Date: September 15th, 2019
Acceptance Notification: October 1st, 2019
Camera-ready Submission: October 15th, 2019
Contacts for Vertical & Topical Summit Proposals and Papers
Adam Drobot, OpenTechWorks, USA, firstname.lastname@example.org
Charlie Jackson, Northrop Grumman, email@example.com
Robert Caverly, Villanova University, firstname.lastname@example.org
Summary of Papers Submission Requirements
The total length of your paper summary must not exceed three pages (see Statement of Compliance). The maximum pdf file size is 4.0 Mb; larger files will be arbitrarily reduced. Note: the restriction on the number of pages will be eased to four pages maximum for the final manuscript submission.
Manuscript Format (see Sample Manuscript here):
- Use U.S. Letter (8.5″x11″) format and please stay within the following margins: top: 0.75″, bottom: 1.125″, sides: 0.75″ (note: available space slightly increased from IEEE template).
- Use two columns per page for your text (with 0.25″ gutter between columns).
- Capitalize only initial letters in title and author information.
- Center title across the page in boldface type; skip one line between title and authors.
- Center all author name(s) below title; if required, reference affiliations with superscripts 1,2, ..
- Center all affiliation name(s) below all author name(s).
- Include phone and email for the corresponding author.
- Skip one line before Abstract and start your Abstract in the first column, use boldface type.
- Index terms should be listed next; keywords can be found at the IEEE keyword list .
- Use single space for the body text with standard fonts (e.g. Times New Roman) and font size of at least 10 point.
- Embed all figures and captions within the text.
- Ensure legibility; simplify all figures and tables and maintain uniformity of style throughout.
In order to complete your submission to RWW2020, you will be asked to provide the following information to an on-line form (submission form link below):
- The title of your submission
- Name, Address, Affiliation, Email, and Phone/Fax number for the corresponding author and co-authors
- Topical category (select from a pull-down menu)
- The abstract of your submission (150 word limit)
- The preferred format of your presentation: Oral or Poster
- To enter Student Paper Competition or not (see also Student Paper Competition rules)
- To be considered in Demo Track and to Present Your Work in Live Demonstration (one page abstract)
During the submission process, you will be asked on:
- Statement of Clearance Approval
- Statement of Copyright Assignment
- Statement of Exclusivity
- Statement of Compliance
- Statement of Obligation
- Statement of Registration Requirement
- Statement of Presentation Requirement
STATEMENT OF CLEARANCE APPROVAL: (1) the information contained in any materials submitted to the IEEE in connection with the Work is not restricted by U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) or any other applicable U.S. export control laws; (2) any and all necessary authorization(s) from the undersigned’s employer(s) for the disclosure of the information discussed in the Work have been obtained and will be retained by the authors; and (3) the foregoing applies to all future versions of the Work, whether edited by the undersigned, an assistant, co-author or any person working with the undersigned. (4) For jointly authored Works, I agree to act as the authorized agent for the other authors.
STATEMENT OF COPYRIGHT ASSIGNMENT:If this submission is accepted for presentation at RWW2020, I/we, the authors, understand that the copyright for this material must be assigned to the IEEE prior to publication.
STATEMENT OF EXCLUSIVITY: Neither this material nor essentially similar material has been submitted to any other publication or meeting, and will not be until disposition is received from RWW2020.
STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE: If my/our submission does not comply with the letter and spirit of the guidelines found in the Call for Papers and the Summary Submission Author’s Guide, then our submission may be arbitrarily truncated or rejected without review.
STATEMENT OF OBLIGATION: If this submission is accepted for presentation at RWW2020, we are obligated to submit, by 30 October 2019, a .pdf version of this paper suitable for uploading onto IEEE Xplore. I/we understand that if we do not meet this deadline our presentation may be deleted from RWW2020.
STATEMENT OF REGISTRATION REQUIREMENT: If this Summary is accepted for presentation at RWW2020, I/we, the author(s), understand that at least one of the authors has to complete a full registration for RWW2020.
STATEMENT OF PRESENTATION REQUIREMENT: If our paper is accepted for presentation, I and my co-authors further understand that if no one is available to present at the conference, the conference organizers reserve the right to exclude the manuscript from the final conference record and from inclusion in the conference proceedings submitted to the IEEE Xplore® digital library.
You may wish to check these items before proceeding.
By the submission deadline (please do not ask for an extension!):
- Upload your pdf file (3 pages, 4.0 Mbytes max.)
- In order to submit your paper to the correct conference, please click on the RWW 2020 Summary Submission Site link below and select the conference of your interest.
Click here to start your submission
If you have any questions, please contact the chairs well in advance of the deadline.