Undergraduate and Postgraduate students are invited to contribute to this Conference by submitting student papers that illustrate research results, projects, surveys and industrial experiences describing significant advances in the following areas, but not limited to:
- Communications (Theory & Elements)
- Telecommunications Systems
- Communications Electronics
- Radio/high Frequency Technologies
- Digital Signal Processing for Communications
- Telecommunication Services
- Regulatory and Policy Issues
Marzo 7, 2011 March 21, 2011: Deadline for abstract submission (Extended)
March 21, 2011: Deadline for full paper submission
April 4, 2011: Notification of acceptance
April 11, 2011: Deadline for camera-ready paper
May 17 to 20, 2011: II CONATEL
- Papers on any of the above or related issues, should be submitted in Spanish or English, in .pdf format, through the JEMS platform (https://submissoes.sbc.org.br/), to the track: CONATEL 2011 - Student Papers.
- The paper format must follow the guidelines indicated in the templates for LaTeX and Microsoft Word, which are available in the webpage.
- Nor formatting errors neither grammar issues found in submitted abstracts, presentations or papers will be corrected. It is responsibility of te authors to ensure the correct usage of the material sent.
- Paper submission for reviewing by the Technical Program Committe is entirely free.
If the article is accepted for publication in CONATEL 2011, authors will be given an adequate time to send the final version of the work (camera ready version), in which case they must register in advance at the Conference at Student Registration rate.
- Papers should not exceed 06 pages in length. Illustrations, appendices and references are included in the number of pages.
- If the same author achieves the acceptance of more than one paper for publication, for each additional item he/she will be charged for the amount of 25% of the fee. Technical Program Committee members will also accept papers to be presented in poster format, and also appear in the Conference Proceedings.
- Papers must be original and have not been published previously. Thesis or Capstone projects could be structured as papers and submitted to the Conference without problem.
- All accepted and presented papers (as an oral technical session in the Conference) will be included in the Conference Proceedings, with ISBN, but will NOT be uploaded onto IEEE Xplore (because this is a Student CFP). The Executive Committee and the Student Papers Review Committee reserves the right not to publish papers that differ significantly from the guidelines. Papers received after the deadline will not be reviewed nor published and therefore not be presented in the Conference.
- Please write to
for more information and guidance.