Instructions for Authors

Preparation and Submission of Papers
Submitted papers must not exceed four A4 pages in the IEEE double column conference format. The page limit includes title, abstract, figures and references. References should be formatted according to the IEEEtran style. Papers must use the 10-point Times Roman font and comply with the format when submitted. Submissions deviating from these guidelines will not be reviewed. 
Accepted submissions will need to be presented at the conference so as to be included in the conference proceedings. More details about the styles are available at the IEEE Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings page. For convenience, the templates are also provided below. 

Templates
The following files contain templates and bibliography styles in different formats and for different operating systems. Most of these templates (or bundles) are self-explanatory or contain instructions for the preparation of papers. 

A4 (DOC, 56 KB) Updated May 2018
LaTex template ZIP, 700 KB) Updated July 2018 *
LaTeX bibliography files Windows (ZIP, 309 KB) *
LaTeX Template Instructions (PDF, 63 KB)

* Tips: Be sure to use the template's conference mode. See template documentation for details. Select Save when the File Download window appears. The files cannot open directly from the server.

Submission of Papers
All contributions should be submitted as .pdf files. Please follow the link EasyChair - Conftele2019 for the submission of a contribution. Notice that the submission of a paper implies the transfer of the corresponding copyright to Instituto de Telecomunicações.

Registration and Accommodation
At least one of the authors of accepted papers is required to be registered by June 5, 2019. The registration form is available in link (link available soon). Several suggestions for Hotels can be found in this link (link available soon). 

Instructions for Poster Presenters
Poster sessions provide the opportunity for an extended dialogue between the presenter and audience, being a very effective way of personally addressing the specific needs of audience in a one-to-one discussion. We would like to call your attention to the following: 
• Each poster board is marked with the assigned poster reference number. Authors are required to use only the boards corresponding to their posters.
• Posters should be put on the board 15 minutes (or earlier) before the beginning of the posters session.
• Posters should be glued to the poster board using only dual-face gluing tape supplied by the local organization. Staples, pins, screws or any abrasive or perforating hardware are not allowed. Do not write or paint on the poster boards.
• There will be technical staff in the room to ensure that facilities are functioning properly, and to give you any assistance you may require during the session.
• Authors are required to stand by their posters during the whole posters session, and to remove their posters from the boards immediately after the end of the posters session.
• Maximum overall dimensions for the poster are 90 cm x 110 cm (width x height).
• Use an appropriate font size allowing posters to be readable by delegates 1.5 m away. The poster message should be clear and understandable without oral explanation.


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