Registration and Presentation requirements
Please carefully read the following:
  • Author conference registration includes: presentation and publication of up to 2 manuscript/s, Conference attendance, Tutorial attendance, Coffee breaks and lunches, Welcome party and Gala dinner, Copy of Proceedings, one trip in the fourth day.
  • Non-author conference registration includes: Conference attendance, Tutorial attendance, Coffee breaks and lunches, Welcome party and Gala dinner, Copy of Proceedings, one trip in the fourth day. Students can register as non-author for a reduced fee, without Gala dinner.
  • Accompanying person registration includes: welcome party and Gala Dinner, lunches, 4 trips.
  • Each paper must be associated with at least one Author registration.
  • Authors presenting more than two papers must purchase the additional paper option for each additional paper (€ 200 per regular-length paper; maximum of two additional papers).
  • To be included in the Conference Proceedings, approved papers must be submitted by the final manuscript deadline and in accordance with the instructions. The associated registration(s) (and optional additional pages) must be completed and paid by the same deadline.
  • Papers must be presented by a registered author; see presentation requirements. A no-show for the presentation will result in an exclusion of the manuscript from IEEE Xplore®, but the paper will remain part of the Conference Proceedings.
  • IEEE/IES membership status is checked against the IEEE database. Non-members attending as a student must carry at least 50% of a normal full-time academic program as a registered undergraduate or graduate student.
Presentation requirements

Presentation of papers can be done as follows:

  1. By author: Ideally, the primary author or one of the co-authors will attend the conference and present their contribution. This is the classical way of participating in conferences, and authors gain the greatest professional benefits.
  2. By colleague: If the primary author or any of the co-authors cannot present, then a qualified colleague may present the paper. A qualified colleague is one who is familiar with the technical field, and is capable of discussing the issues. The primary author or co-authors would miss the technical interaction, but fulfill professional obligations. Note: A full author registration must be paid even if the qualified colleague is an author of another (different) paper in the conference.

Papers that do not meet one of these requirements (A or B) will be noted as No‑show after the conference and will not be sent to IEEE Xplore® Digital Library. No registration refund will be given in any case.

According to the above policy, IEEE-PEMC 2022 will publish and distribute at the conference a Conference Proceedings with copyrighted content. All final papers will be included in the conference proceedings, BUT No‑show papers will NOT be accessible from IEEE Xplore® Digital Library. The No‑show papers are copyrighted, and cannot be re-published without permission from the IEEE.