All papers which were accepted, registered (fulfilling the exceptional and one-time registration guidelines for I²MTC 2021), and provided presentations as per the presentation guidelines (slides & posters) for I²MTC 2021, and which subsequently will appear in the I²MTC 2021 proceedings in IEEE Xplore, are eligible to submit an extended version to the I²MTC 2021 Special Issue in IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement (TIM).
Special Issue of IEEE I2MTC in IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement
The I²MTC 2021 Special Issue of IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement, intended to promote results presented at I²MTC 2021, will be published in May 2022.
All papers which were accepted, registered, and presented at I²MTC 2021, and which will appear in the I²MTC 2021 proceedings in IEEE Xplore, are eligible to submit an extended version to the I²MTC 2021 Special Issue in IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurement (TIM). Each manuscript shall be within the scope of the TIM (click to see Scope of Transactions) and based on a paper published in the I²MTC 2021 Proceedings. Moreover, the manuscript MUST be technically extended beyond the scope of the proceedings paper, in terms of the overall TECHNICAL content and research results.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT SCOPE
Every year, a portion of submitted papers to the I²MTC special issue in TIM are rejected immediately, without going to review, because they do not frame their writing in the context of Instrumentation and Measurement. To avoid this happening to your paper, please carefully and completely follow the 2-point description under the Important Note here.
TIM’s Special Issue submission dates TBD
Please note that the submission date will NOT be extended.
Preparation for Manuscript Submission
Please carefully follow the instructions under the “Paper Submission Instructions” heading of IEEE TIM’s Special Issue Author Guide.
Notice: The I²MTC 2021 paper identifier should be put in the upper right-hand corner of every document to be submitted.
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