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 (email@example.com). This allows them to receive the acceptance or rejection decision by June 9, 2023.
Authors should follow these steps to submit their papers:
- 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.
- 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.
- 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”.
- When submitting your paper, you will need to select 1-3 keywords that will help the symposium/special session chairs search for appropriate reviewers.
- 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.
- Upload your paper.