We would like to call your attention to IEEE-Industry Applications Society (IAS) Special Issue on “Magnetically Levitated Motor Systems”. Below you will find the Call For Papers.
To favor authors interested to publish in this Special Issue and who are also interested to participate in ISMB17, we will give to ISMB selected abstracts two options:
- The authors can send until October 1st the full paper that will be published integrally as usual for ISMB proceedings.
- The authors can send just an improved extended abstract (two to three pages) until October 1st. In this case, just the extended abstract will be published by ISMB in order to allow the independent submission to IEEE-IAS Special Issue without copyright conflict.
Abstracts must be written in English and are limited to 02 (two) A4 sized pages with no less than 15mm wide top, bottom and side margins using 10pt or 11pt sized fonts; apart from these requirements, authors can use a free format. The Abstract must show contact information (names, affiliations and e-mails), specific preliminary results, in graphical form if possible, and a short list of bibliographical references, with no more than 5 citations.
Only the PDF versions of the Abstracts should be submitted by authors.
After the acceptance notification, detailed information will be provided so that authors can type the final versions of their papers.
The event’s executive secretariat will always try to contact the first author whose e-mail is cited in the paper.
The EasyChair submission engine will be used. Authors who completed the typesetting of their Abstracts should visit the main conference site for ISMB17 at https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ismb17 (you can click the button at the bottom as well) and, if they don’t have an account there already, sign up for one. This can be done through the link “If you have no EasyChair account, create an account” located just below the log in area. The actual submission procedure is quite simple and authors should remember to add the PDF version of their Abstracts only.