Frequently Asked Questions

When and where will ICEMTE 2017 be held?
ICEMTE 2017 will be held on 4th and 5th March 2017 at Shree L.R. Tiware College of Engineering Thane Maharashtra India.
What is the difference between a full paper/short paper?
There is no difference. All are reviewed by the program committee and will appear in the conference proceedings. The only difference is a publishing constraint. Full papers should not exceed 6 pages and short should not exceed 4 pages.
I received the acceptance notification. How can I prepare my camera ready paper?
First, you need to take into account the comments you received from the program committee when preparing the final version of your paper, afterward, you need to format the paper and submit it through the camera ready submission page (link to submission page). Please don't hesitate to contact editor ICEMTE. if you have any difficulties formatting or submitting your paper.
What are the document formats do you support for the camera ready?
MS Word (.doc | .docx)
Who is the publisher of the conference proceedings? Does the proceeding have an ISBN?
All accepted ICEMTE 2017 papers will be published by GJESR or IJRITCC or IJRISE or IJR International Conference Proceedings Series. All journals have their ISSN numbers.
I heard that selected papers would be chosen for special issues in Journals? When the selection is done and when I get the notification?
Yes, we have three special issues in leading journals for publishing selected papers. The selection will be done during the conference. Authors of the selected papers will be notified of the acceptance during the closing ceremony.
Can I have my paper included in the conference proceedings without registering for the conference?
No, we require that at least one author pays the registration fee for each paper to be included in the proceedings. Non-registration and failure to pay the fees will result in the paper not being included in the conference proceedings.
How much does the registration fees of the conference?
Please refer to the registration page.
I have more than one paper accepted. Should I pay registration fees for each paper?
No, you pay full registration fees for one paper. You pay extra fees for each additional paper as mentioned in the registration page.