September 30, 2022 CLOSED
Acceptance Notification: October 12, 2022
Accepted abstracts Disclosure: 0:00, October 16, 2022 (Japan Time / UTC+0900)
The two-page abstract for ISLC2022 should be prepared using the following MS Word templates, which contain detailed abstract preparation and formatting instructions. Abstracts should be prepared in single-spaced, single-column PDF format, on A4 paper sheet (210×297 mm) with the file size less than 5MB. The abstract file must be converted to PDF file using IEEE PDF eXpress before uploading a final manuscript.
Please refer to the scope page: https://islc2022.org/scope/
Presentation Preference: The options for PDP presentation are in-person or virtually.
For PDP Submitters, please chose either "in-person" or "virtually". The participants who have already registered as “in-person” participation, please select “in-person”, The participants who have already registered as “virtually” participation or who have not registered, please select “virtually”, since the visa application will not be completed in time.
All abstracts should be submitted electronically through the submission site. Clicking “Abstract Submission” button below will direct you to the submission site.
You will be asked to create an account first when you start using the submission system. After creating an account, you can log in to submit your abstract(s). We strongly recommend that you first create an account well in advance, before your abstract becomes finally ready for submission.
As the system automatically sets the submitter as the presenting author, each presenting author should create their own accounts and submit their abstracts from that account.
All the accepted abstracts will be published electronically and disclosed on the first day of the conference, 0:00 (JST), October 16th, 2022.
Abstracts that do not follow these formatting rules will be automatically rejected. We strongly recommend using IEEE PDF eXpress for preparing the PDF abstract files since PDF files generated by other applications are often rejected by IEEE Xplore due to incompatibility with the IEEE format.