Author Portal

2018 34th Thermal Measurement, Modeling and Management Symposium (SEMI-THERM)

submit abstract
upload your final manuscript
post full list of co-authors
post your biography
post short textual abstract for online programme
post your final presentation
access IEEE Electronic Copyright Form

Please do read important information below before submitting an abstract and other data!

  1. The language for the conference and its publications is English.
  2. Having submitted an abstract and having it accepted by the Technical Committee represents a commitment to submit a cleared manuscript by the publication deadline for the conference Proceedings.
  3. It also represents a commitment to either attend the conference or send a knowledgeable substitute who is qualified to present the material and answer questions regarding the reported work.
  4. Housing and transportation are the responsibility of the speaker.
  5. It is the author's responsibility to obtain internal company approvals consistent with the above terms and stated deadlines.
  6. IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference (e.g., removal from IEEE Xplore) if the paper is not presented at the conference. Papers excluded from further distribution will be archived at IEEE but will neither be indexed nor appear in IEEE Xplore.

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This is the place for you to complete all operations related to your final paper:

  1. Before writing your manuscript (your full paper): get the Author Kit, i.e. download the template(s) to write your final paper, and/or your poster
  2. Once your manuscript is ready, once your received your "paper key", you may from here:
    • post (upload) your manuscript
    • post the full list of authors of your manuscript
    • post your short biography
    • post a short textual abstract
    • connect to IEEE Electronic Copyright Form, to transfer the copyright to IEEE
    • post (upload) your final presentation

The "paper key" is generally emailed to you after your registration. It is a unique string of characters allowing you to access above features.

First step: get Author Kit

Please use a template for your final manuscript:

You may use the following template for your poster:

Next steps

Once you receive your "paper key", you can perform the following operations and repeat them as many times as wished until final deadline:

  • (mandatory) post your final "manuscript"
  • (mandatory) post the list of all Authors
  • (mandatory) transfer copyright of your paper to IEEE
  • (highly wished) post a short textual abstract (to appear in the published Web technical programme)
  • (highly wished) post your short biography, to be read by session chairman
  • (optionally) post your presentation

Why a paper key ?

The "paper key" is a unique secret key linked to your abstract-manuscript, mandatory to post or update your manuscript and other data.
You normally receive it by email, either after you have successfully registered to the event, or whenever the Programme Committee generates it.
In case you are the happy author of several accepted abstracts, you will receive as many paper keys as accepted abstracts.

Please paste the paper key in the text box

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Lost your key ? obtain it by email

FAQ

  • I want to alter the title of my manuscript: please notify the Technical Committee chairman, who will update your paper record, you cannot do it yourself.
  • I did not get my paper key by email: please contact the organiser
  • Why should I post my biography? your biography will be passed to the chairman of the session where is scheduled your presentation, so that he/she can introduce you to your audience
  • Why should I post a "short textual abstract"? This short abstract will be available on the online programme, participants may then decide to attend your presentation. This is not mandatory.
  • Why should I post my final presentation? It is not mandatory. It may act as a backup in case you lose or break your media, as it will be available to chairman of your session. You can update it until the very day of your presentation.