Author & Organizer Resources

Author & Organizer Resources

Final Paper Submission Materials:

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Final Paper Submission Instructions

Word Template and Instructions

LaTeX Template and Instructions

 

Please carefully read the Oral and Interactive Forum Presentation Guidelines before submitting your final materials.

Oral Presentation Guidelines- Coming Soon!
Oral Presentation Powerpoint Template- Coming Soon!
Interactive Forum Presentation Guidelines- Coming Soon!
Interactive Forum Poster Template
Workshop Powerpoint Template


Also please consider submitting to the IEEE Transactions on MTT Special Issue on the 2024 International Microwave Symposium:
Submission Date: TBD
Publication Date: December 2024

Click here for more information on the TMTT- Coming Soon!


View the IMS2024 Call for Papers

"All papers submitted for IMS2024 should adhere to the following format: (1) four pages maximum with the second column of the fourth page containing ONLY acknowledgements and references. (2) Technical content is permitted in the first column of the fourth page.  (3) Submissions should adhere to the double-blind review criteria with authors, affiliations, and acknowledgements removed for review by the Technical Program Review Committee. References to the authors' work should be done in the third-person so that authorship of the submitted manuscript is not evident."

Please see links below to various materials helpful in completing your paper submission.

Several new initiatives have been put into place that will make it easier and more beneficial for industry presenters to participate and showcase their work.

Learn more about paper submissions for industry

Back by popular demand, the 50 top-ranked papers, as determined by the Technical Paper Review Committee (TPRC), will be invited to submit their paper to the IEEE Microwave and Wireless Components Letters (MWCL) for publication.

Learn more about the MWTL Special Issue of Top IMS2024 Papers

IMS also has a number of Technical Competitions for Students, Young Professionals and Industry Members.

Learn more about the Technical Competitions


“IEEE defines plagiarism as the use of someone else’s prior ideas, processes, results, data, algorithms, or words without explicitly acknowledging the original author and/or source.” 

This includes:
• Verbatim copying of another authors work.
• Paraphrasing, or rewording another author’s text but having the same meaning, is forbidden. (Paraphrasing a small section of a paper is permitted if it is properly cited.)
• Using data from another author’s paper must be properly cited.
• Artificial Intelligence generation of any part of a paper is forbidden