Symposium Proceedings

Manuscripts Accepted for Publication will be Published in a Special Issue of IEEE's Transactions on Plasma Science

The EML Committee is dedicated to maintaining high standards of quality in conference presentations and published proceedings. A crucial part of the committee’s mission is to provide highly relevant technical information. Papers published from this event represent the most vital collection of published works in the field, comprising cutting-edge research and findings.

Peer-Review Process

Consistent with IEEE´s policies and procedures, all papers are reviewed by at least two independent referees who are competent and have experience in the area of the subject matter of the paper.

Acceptance of symposium papers for publication in the IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science is subject to a satisfactory peer review of the full-text drafts. The review process ensures that all authors have equal opportunity for publication of their papers. All accepted papers must conform to IEEE guidelines regarding grammatical quality, technical quality, and previously unpublished original research. As a result of the peer-review process, some papers are accepted for presentation only and are not included in the Transactions.

• Papers that do not have an associated registered author will not be included in the proceedings—at least one of the authors must register for the conference.

• One student registration covers only one paper for which the student is among the authors.

• A maximum of four papers will be accepted for each full registration.

• Videotaped presentations will not be allowed.

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