ISSTT 2022 Abstract Submission
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Name your abstract file in the following format: ISSTT22_LastName.pdf
(add _02, _03, etc. if you are submitting multiple abstracts)
Standard Abstract Submission
Late Submissions welcome ONLY for poster presentations
This is the standard abstract submission for the ISSTT 2022 conference for all delegates, including students who do not want to enter the student competition or do not meet the requirements to do so. Submission must be done in .pdf format using the template below (max. 1 page including figures and references).
Student Competition Abstract Submission
CLOSED (Deadline: May 22, 2022)
This is the student competition extended abstract submission for the ISSTT 2022 conference. In order to enter this competition, the student must be currently enrolled in a graduate or under-graduate program. Submission must be done in .pdf format using the template below (max. 2 pages including figures and references).
The ISSTT 2022 Student Paper Competition, sponsored by Virginia Diodes, is held to identify and recognize outstanding technical contributions from individual students. In general, it is preferred that the submitted paper have only few authors. The first author must be the student; the last author must be the student's main advisor. Additional student co-authors are acceptable, but will also be subject to verification by the main advisor as detailed below. Up to 10 contributions will be selected as finalists and will have the opportunity to do a ~5-10 min oral presentation during the conference. The finalists will also receive a travel grant, which will include waived registration fee, lodging support during the days of the conference and access to all conference social activities at no extra charge. Those student papers not selected as finalists, but meeting the quality standards of the conference, will be automatically transferred to the poster presentation session.
First, second, and third prizes will be awarded based on content and presentation where the criteria are ranked in the following order:
1) Creativity or novelty of the ideas presented in the paper
2) Paper quality and technical soundness of the presented work
3) Oral presentation of the paper at the conference and response to audience questions.
To be considered for an award, the student must (i) be the lead author, (ii) personally present the paper at ISSTT 2022, and (iii) the advisor must confirm that the paper is mostly the students work (>80%). During the paper submission process, the student is required to provide the name and email address of the main faculty advisor who will be asked, upon the selection of the paper as finalists, to certify that the work is at least 80% that of the student.
The student paper competition committee will inform all candidates if they are selected as finalists. Student paper finalists will be asked to upload their presentation slides by October 1, 2022.
Final manuscript submissions and proceedings publication
Presenters will be asked to submit a 2-8 pages final manuscript for the proceedings of the ISSTT 2002 in October 2022. The proceedings of the ISSTT 2022 will be uploaded to the online library at the NRAO.
Alternatively, the authors can choose to submit a short manuscript (2 pages) for the ISSTT 2020 proceedings and a full paper, using the standard IEEE peer-review procedure and rules, for publication in a special issue of the the IEEE Transactions on Terahertz Science (TST) and Technology. Deadlines will be announced at a later day.