To submit a paper, go to: Paper Submission Site
The maximum paper length is six pages. Each author can participate in up to three papers. Formatting needs to be in compliance with the IEEE-PES conference template.
The maximum extended abstract length for a student poster is one page. Each author can participate in up to three extended abstracts. Formatting needs to be in compliance with the IEEE-PES conference template. Please, find below the link for templates for both papers and extended abstracts:
Papers will be presented in oral sessions and posters will be presented in the poster session. The conference will have two tracks for undergraduate and graduate/industry authors. The papers must be submitted to the appropriate track. Authors are expected to attend the conference in person to present their papers/posters and share their ideas.
July 1 (EarlyBird rates apply until August 22 - Rates increase by $50 after this date)
Priority Paper Submission Deadlines:
Late Paper Submission Deadlines*:
Priority Student Poster Submission Deadlines:
Late Student Poster Submission Deadlines*:
* Late submission deadlines are for those who wish to submit late, but the priority is given to those meeting the priority deadline. Those that submit during the "late submission" timeframe will be on a space-available basis (in addition to the regular review). Space-availability refers to the sponsored student program, which has a limited space due to the funding and hotel rooms available.
Graduate and undergraduate students are encouraged to submit abstracts pertaining to research and/or senior design projects.
Students wishing to be considered for the student poster contest must submit a 1 page-extended abstract in PDF format, written according to the IEEE template.
Participation in the Student Poster Session and Contest provides a fantastic opportunity for students to take advantage of all the conference has to offer. Specifically, the complementary benefits of this student program in addition to the contest include:
Regular attendee early bird registration fee is $300, student registration discount is $200, therefore each student author is responsible for $100 registration fee. This rate is applicable until August 22nd.
The Student Poster Session & Contest allows students to present their research, share ideas, and receive feedback from peers, faculty, and industry experts. Students also have the opportunity of being recognized with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place student poster awards in the undergraduate and graduate student categories.
The Student Housing & Meal Support Program provides free accommodation and meals for the conference duration to student authors to assist with travel expenses.
Students, industry members, and faculty are invited to attend the Industry Career Fair and Student Poster Session on Sunday, October 15th between 5 – 8 pm, to meet one another and network. Both events are scheduled to take place concurrently. A traditional NAPS pizza reception will follow these events between 6 – 8 pm.
Applications for the Student Support Program require at least one accepted abstract and/or paper. Student authors with an accepted paper or abstract should have their faculty advisor email Dr. Kandil at email@example.com with a short (one paragraph) letter of recommendation.