Any challenging projects this semester or maybe you graduated recently defending an interesting thesis? If so, we would like to invite you to submit a paper to the IEEE Student Paper Contest!
The contest is for Master and Bachelor students, as well as for those who graduated in the last 12 months. Note, that at the time of submission you need to be a member IEEE Student Branch DTU, so if you aren’t yet, join our group on CampusNet or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Papers should cover technical and engineering aspects of a subject reasonably within or related to the areas with which the IEEE is concerned with. The work need not be original in engineering content, but should be original in treatment and concise in coverage of the author’s contribution to the subject, e.g. a summary of an interesting project, thesis or an internship.
The paper should be written in English, not exceed 6 pages and follow the two-column IEEE Transactions style. The templates can be found here.
IEEE SB DTU will grant surprise awards to 3 best papers. They will be also sent to EEE Student Paper Contest of Region 8 to compete for the international final. Later on, 5 finalists will be invited by IEEE (covered travel and stay expenses) to present their work at IEEE R8 MELECON 2014 Conference, 13-16 April 2014, Beirut, Lebanon (http://melecon2014.org/). These 5 papers will be also published in IEEE Xplore.
Submission deadline is on Nov. 30th 2013, 23:59. Please send your paper as your_paper_title.pdf to email@example.com, with the subject “SPC 2014+ your paper title”.
Attach also Student Paper Cover Sheet (your_paper_title.doc) with the following information (please answer concisely and completely):
Author(s), with their IEEE membership number(s):
Name, address, contact phone and e-mail of author to whom correspondence should be addressed:
What is the problem and why is it important?
What is the original contribution of this work? Be explicit.
Does this work check and / or extend previously reported work? What work? Give references. Be explicit.
How does this contribution compare to previously published work?
If the paper is to be submitted to one of the IEEE Transactions, which Transactions would be the most appropriate?
If you have any question related to SPC, contact us via the e-mail above or CampusNet.
We are looking forward to receive your papers!
IEEE Student Branch DTU