Call for papers

Paper submissions

24 June 2024 AEST Call For Papers

20 October 2024 AEST Submissions Deadline

30 October 2024 AEST Notification Date

The IEEE Conference on Engineering Informatics-2024 Program Committee welcomes original work not previously or not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference. Individual submissions may include regular papers (6-10 pages) and posters. We also welcome proposals for workshops (including workshops for professional development credits) and pre-organized panel sessions. All papers will be peer-reviewed and, if accepted, published in the conference proceedings in IEEE Xplore; selected authors may be invited to expand their papers for publication in a special section of a journal. Awards will be presented for “Best Paper”, “Best Workshop” and “Best Posters”. Papers, posters, workshop proposals, and panel proposals must be submitted through EasyChair by the deadlines indicated below.

Registration Dates

Registrations will be open soon

15 July 2024 AEST Super early bird registration closes

31 August 2024 AEST Early bird registration closes

20 November 2024 AEST Registration deadline

Submission Guidelines

Papers, poster abstracts, workshop/tutorial proposals, and panel proposals must be submitted in PDF format through

Submit your papers here

Please note: If you have not used EasyChair before, you will need to create an account with EasyChair before submitting your abstract, paper or proposal. To create an account, click on the “Create an account” link on the conference login page and then follow instructions. You’ll then receive further instructions by email.

Regular papers

These contributions are between 6-10 pages including references and will receive full peer-review for consideration for presentation in a paper session and publication in the Engineering Informatics-2024 Conference Proceedings (published through IEEE Xplore). Papers are expected to present original, cutting-edge research; they should contain detailed and explicit methodology and/or theoretical underpinnings  and a comprehensive literature review, and they must clearly explain the work’s novelty and contribution to its respective field. Papers must be formatted in accordance with the IEEE conference template. If a paper is accepted, at least one author must register for the conference; if more than one author presents a paper, all of the presenters must be registered. Authors of selected regular papers may be invited to revise and expand their work for publication in a special issue of a journal.

Accpeted and Invited papers might be submitted in this journal.

  • All papers must be written in English.
  • All papers must be original unpublished work.
  • Since this is a Double-blind peer review(the identity of both the author and reviewer is kept hidden) authors need to ensure that their manuscripts are prepared in a way that does not give away their identity.
  • Each author listed on the paper must be listed in the paper management system.
  • One author must be designated the corresponding author for the paper.
  • We highly recommend the usage of the provided templates to generate your paper.
  • Each submission will be reviewed for compliance of margins, headers, and footers, page numbers, and other size specifications.  Papers which are non-compliant may not be included in the proceeding.

Authors are encouraged to:

  • Ensure your email address in the author profile are up to date.
  • Check spam and junk folders for messages related to your submitted work.
  • Login as often as possible to your author workspace for any changes in status of notifications.

Paper Evaluation and Publication

All Engineering Informatics-2024 submissions will be evaluated according to:

  • Relevance (consider ethical issues, address conference theme or subtheme)
  • Quality (e.g., well-argued, methodological basis, evidence-based, grounded in theory)
  • Significance/Originality
  • Balance, Structure, and Clarity
  • Importance of Findings and Conclusions (for work-in-progress short papers, findings may be preliminary)

All accepted and presented regular papers and posters will be published in the Engineering Informatics-2024 Conference Proceedings published through IEEE Xplore. If this is your first time publishing with IEEE, you might appreciate visiting the IEEE Author Center. Additional author/presenter tips are available here.

Best Paper , Workshop and Poster Awards

The conference’s Best Paper and Best Poster Awards will be determined by a subcommittee of conference organizers appointed by the Program Co-Chairs. Nominees for Best Paper and Best Poster will be selected by the Program Co-Chairs based on the assessments of peer reviewers.  The Best Workshop Award will be determined by evaluations submitted by attendees.