Paper Submission

SSCI 2023 online submission system
  • Each paper should be between 4 and 6 pages, inclusive of figures, tables, and references. Up to two additional pages will be allowed for a fee of 100 USD per page.
  • All papers must be submitted using the IEEE two-column conference style file.
  • SSCI 2023 offers a “Presentation-Only” option, which requires a two to four-page abstract. Accepted submissions will be presented orally at the conference and listed in the final program, but will not be available in IEEE Xplore. The authors of Presentation-Only papers have the option to request early review from the program chair, Xiaoou Li ( This allows them to receive the acceptance or rejection decision by June 9, 2023.

Authors should follow these steps to submit their papers:

  1. If you do not already have an account on PaperCept, please create one here. Don’t forget to ask your co-authors to create their own accounts as well. Alternatively, you can create PINs for your co-authors using their emails and affiliations.
  2. To submit your paper, click on “Submit a contribution to SSCI 2023” in SSCI 2023 online submission system. Be sure to upload your paper to a symposium or special session that closely matches the topics of your paper.
  3. Authors are required to use the symposium/special session code, which is the abbreviated title of the respective symposium/special session in Symposia. For example, the code for the symposium titled “Automated Algorithm Design, Configuration, and Selection (AADCS)” would be “AADCS”.
  4. When submitting your paper, you will need to select 1-3 keywords that will help the symposium/special session chairs search for appropriate reviewers.
  5. Verify the title of the symposium/special session you wish to submit to, which is displayed in the “Profile” of your submission in the next page.
  6. Upload your paper.