We invite you to submit papers to the 2011 IEEE Information Theory Workshop. The IEEE ITW 2011 proceedings will be published by IEEE, and the accepted papers will be avaiable at IEEE Xplore.
Submitted papers must represent original material that is not currently under review elsewhere, and has not been previously published. Papers should be of sufficient depth for review by experts in the field and must have no more than five pages in 10 point Times Roman format (or equivalent font). This length includes everything: figures, tables, references, appendices and so forth. Submissions must follow IEEE guidelines for conferences.
To obtain templates and styles please visit the IEEE page.
Templates are provided below for your convenience:
Papers must be submitted in PDF format through the EDAS conference system. Please upload your PDF manuscript via http://edas.info//N10517.
Preparation of Final manuscript
Authors are encouraged to use LaTex to format their final manuscripts, using the standard IEEE conference specifications.
Final manuscripts should not exceed 5 pages in length, and should use font size no smaller than 10 points. This length includes everything: figures, tables, references, appendices and so forth. Papers should have reasonable margins on all the 4 sides of the text, and have no page numbers and no headers or footers. The top and bottom margins should be at least 0.5 inches to leave room for page numbers. All fonts should be embedded in the pdf file.
Upload of Final manuscript
Your final manuscript must be uploaded via EDAS, using the link given in your acceptance notification e-mail.
An IEEE copyright form must be submitted for each accepted paper. Authors are to use EDAS electronic signing for the copyright form: The copyright transfer can be accomplished by clicking the blue (+) button next to 'Copyright form' in EDAS. This will take you to the IEEE electronic copyright center, where you can sign the form for your paper
At least one author per paper must register by August 14, 2011 for the paper to appear in the Final Program and the Proceedings. One author registration can cover up to three papers. Note that one of the authors must present the paper at the conference.