Note to authors submitting papers:
- No more than four submissions are allowed per contributor, as author or co-author.
- One of the author(s) of the paper must be physically present at the meeting and present the paper at the conference for the paper to be published in the proceedings. No exception is made to this policy.
- The author presenting the paper at the conference must be registered for the conference.
The Asilomar Conference Student Paper Contest is designed to highlight the contributions of some of the best students throughout the world.
Submissions received without the complete paper by May 1st will be rejected. Student submitters must insure they check the box indicating interesting in being considered for the Student Paper Contest, which certifies that the above conditions are met. Papers must indicate the technical area in which the paper falls selecting ONE from the list below.
Student submitters must indicate the technical area in which the paper falls by selecting ONE from the list below during the electronic submission process.
A. Communications Systems
B. MIMO Communications and Signal Processing
D. Signal Processing & Adaptive Systems
E. Array Signal Processing
F. Biomedical Signal and Image Processing
G. Architecture and Implementation
H. Speech, Image & Video Processing
Student Paper Contest is separate from and held in parallel with the regular
paper submission process,
Student authors wishing their papers to be considered for the Student Paper Contest must follow general submission procedures and meet the May 1st general submission deadline,
In addition to general submission requirements, students must submit their complete five-page paper in two-column IEEE conference format electronically by the general May 1st submission deadline.
Incomplete submissions (i.e., without the complete paper uploaded by the
deadline) will not be considered for the contest.
Incomplete submissions (i.e., without the complete paper uploaded by the May 1st deadline) will not be considered for the contest.
Student authors whose papers are selected by the Student Paper Contest committee of judges will be asked to present their papers in a special Poster Session on Sunday afternoon (time: between 4:30pm and 6pm) as well as in the regular session assigned to them through the regular submission process. Hence, the student author of papers selected for the Student Paper Contest will be required to present the paper twice, once in the regular session and once in the special Student Paper Contest poster session. Note that it is possible that student authors might have to present both a lecture version in the regular session and a poster version in the special Student Paper Contest poster session, since the regular session can be either lecture or poster.
Notifications of selection for the Student paper contest will be e-mailed to the first authors by early July.
Student Paper Contest submission steps
Submissions received without the complete paper by the submission deadline will be rejected. Student submitters must insure they check the box indicating interesting in being considered for the Student Paper Contest, which certifies that the above conditions are met. Papers must indicate the technical area in which the paper falls selecting ONE from the list below.
Corrected Judging Procedures
The committee will select approximately ten papers for the Student Paper Contest. The first authors of the ten selected papers will receive certificates indicating that their paper was selected for the contest.
Student finalists will be required to confirm their attendance to the Sunday afternoon poster presentation by Sept. 1st to the Student Paper Contest Chairman (see Chair name and POC info at the bottom of this page).
Correction: Student finalists will set up their paper earlier on Sunday afternoon, to be presented between 3pm to 4:45pm. A judging committee will review all qualifying papers between 4:45pm and 5:15pm.
Final selection of first, second and third place winners will be made after the completion of the special Student Paper Contest poster session to be held on Sunday evening.
will be judged 25% on the technical content of the written paper, 25% on
the importance of the work, 25% on the student author’s poster
presentation at the special Student Paper Contest poster session, and 25%
on the student author’s ability to answer questions from the judges on
the technical content of the work.
First, Second and Third place plaques will be awarded to first author of the winning papers. Additional prizes may be awarded at the judges discretion.