Deadline date for proposal submissions is May 6, 2019
IEEE SENSORS 2019 is intended to provide a forum for research scientists, engineers, and practitioners throughout the world to present their latest research findings, ideas, and applications in the area of sensors and sensing technology.
Submit your Tutorial proposal in PDF format to the Tutorial Co-Chairs at the following Email addresses:
Conference Contact, Rachel Brockhoff, at [email protected] with
Tutorial Co-Chairs, Tao Li ([email protected]), and Thilo Sauter ([email protected]) in cc.
Presentations and materials offered to Tutorial attendees will be reviewed by the Tutorial Co-Chairs who are fully responsible for ensuring the quality of the Tutorial content.
This document contains a template for all the information relevant to offer a Tutorial for IEEE SENSORS 2019 attendees. Tutorials are to be delivered by leading researchers in their respective areas. This template should be filled and submitted in PDF format, by the deadline to the Tutorials Co-Chairs. If the proposal is accepted, the information provided by the organizers in the text within the proposal will be used to advertise the tutorial on the conference Webpage.
We welcome the submission of proposals for Tutorials. A tutorial may be delivered by a group of leading researchers and pioneers in their respective areas. The duration of a tutorial is dependent upon what is chosen on the proposal forms and at the final discretion of the committee. The tutorial co-Chairs must ensure the quality of presentations and materials offered to attendees. Accepted Tutorials will be in a lecture format at the conference. Tutorial proposals should be submitted in PDF format using the above simplified template, no later than the deadline.
Promotion of Accepted Tutorial Sessions
The Tutorial information (call for papers, program/speakers, etc.) will be provided on a dedicated page of the web site and will be updated accordingly.
Paper Submission and Review
If a Tutorial proposal is accepted, speakers should submit their set of slides to the Tutorial Co-Chairs, who are responsible for ensuring the quality of prepared materials.