The conference has two types of sessions - Oral presentation sessions and Interactive Presentation presentation sessions. The type of the presentation does not differentiate the quality of the paper or the presentation. The type of the presentation is not specified or indicated in the conference proceedings. Many highest quality papers are placed in the Interactive Presentation sessions to give more interaction time for discussion. Each session is either an oral presentation session or a Interactive Presentation session. Those sessions arranged in the Tahoe room, more specifically session MP1-8, MP1-9, MP1-10, MP1-11, MP1-12, TP1-8, TP1-9, TP1-10, TP1-11, and TP1-12, are Interactive Presentation sessions. Those arranged in Laughlin, Silver, Copper, Elko, Ely, Goldfield, and Tonopah rooms are oral presentation sessions.
All presenters are invited to the Speakers' Breakfast at 7:00 AM on the day of your presentation. The area is setup with tables that will be reserved with your session name. You should introduce yourself to the session chair and discuss last minute procedures.
The instructions for both the oral and poster presentations are given bellow.
“Oral Presentation” Instructions
Presenting Your Paper
- Each oral presentation is allocated a 20minutes slot. Please prepare a 15minutes talk to allow for questions.
- Presenter should arrive at the session room at least 5minutes before the session starting time. Each oral presentation room will have available an LCD projector and a laptop computer. Speakers are required to try out the equipment before their session begins or during the breaks.
- Each presentation should last around 20 minutes with 15 minutes for the talk and 5 minutes for questions. The order of the talks in each session is given in the conference program.
An LCD projector and a laptop will be available for each session. Preferably, the speakers should save their presentation, preferably in Microsoft PowerPoint format, on a memory stick and upload the presentation on the conference laptop before the session starts or during the breaks.
“Interactive Presentation” Instructions
Information for accepted paper authors
Final camera-ready paper submission and information
Deadline for Final Camera Ready Papers - Friday, 7 October, 2005
Required information and forms
Please read ALL of the following information carefully before submitting your paper.
1. Formatting and templates:
To prepare the camera ready paper, please follow the instructions in the CCNC 06 web site on the Manuscript formatting and templates page
To view the PDF files; you need to have a copy of Acrobat Reader. Download it from here
2. Registration online and PDF form
Authors are required to submit a 9 digit reference ID number in order to submit their paper. Please note the deadline for author to register and get the 9 digit reference ID is Oct. 1, 2005.
Your submission will not be approved before you complete your registration.
NEW IEEE/COMSOC POLICY: all accepted CCNC 2006 technical paper presenters must register at the FULL rate. For authors presenting multiple papers, one FULL registration is valid for up to three papers.
Click here to view the full policy
3. Paper Submission
If you have trouble with the link please copy and paste the following url into your browser: http://www.ieee.org/conferencepublishing
- Your Conference ID is: ccnc06
- You will need this ID to access instructions, templates, and to create your secure submission account.
- Be sure to read all instructions before submitting your final paper.
- Papers should be no longer than five (5) pages. Over length paper fee schedule is as follows:
|6|| - ||$100.00|
|7|| - ||$200.00|
|8|| - ||$400.00|
|9|| - ||$700.00|
|10|| - ||$1,000.00|
- Please click here to download the Over Length Paper Instructions.
4. Hotel Reservations
CCNC 2006 will be held at the Harrah's Las Vegas.
Note: In order to get a competitive room rates with our host hotel, Harrah's, we are obligated to fill that block of rooms first. Please make every "best effort" to sell out our block at this hotel before booking at another hotel. Additional fees will be assessed on the association if we fall below the number of rooms we committed, so help us sell out the host hotel. We truly appreciate your assistance with helping the IEEE Communications Society.
1. Audio Visual
- There will be a LCD projector, laptop and laser pointer in each presentation room.
- If you have any other audio visual needs please send an e-mail to email@example.com
2. Student Travel Grant
- A limited number of Student Travel Grants are available for highly qualified individuals.
- W-8 Form (this form is required only if you receive a grant)
- Deadline for grant submission is November 8, 2005. Final decision will be made within two weeks of the deadline.
- For more information and application form, see: http://www.comsoc.org/socstr/documents/pp/pp_4_1_5.html
3. Visa Document
Best paper award
There will be a Best Paper Award (BPA) for the best submitted paper. Potential candidates for awards will be identified during the normal review process. A special independent Awards Committee will be formed to evaluate the candidate papers to select the award winners. The Awards Committee has the right to give the award to one paper, not to give an award, or to split the award among several papers. The BPA winner shall be announced and a plaque signed by the ComSoc president will be given to the BPA winner during the CCNC2006 award ceremony.
Best student paper award
There will also be a Best Student Paper Award (BSPA) for the best submitted student paper. A plaque signed by the ComSoc president will be given to the BSPA winner during CCNC2006 award ceremony.
Qualification and requirement for Best Student Paper Award:
To be eligible, the student must be the sole author of the paper, or the first author and primary contributor. A cover letter to the TPC Chair must identify the paper as a candidate for this competition at the time of submission.
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