Call For Papers
Camera Ready Paper Instructions
Technical Programming Committee
MERCon Paper Presentations
Each paper is assigned a total of
12 min for presentation
3 min for Q&A
Please keep these time limitations in mind when preparing your presentation.
Presenters are asked to arrive at their session 10 minutes prior so the Session Chair can confirm who is presenting the paper and that they are present.
Time limit will be strictly enforced due to the large number of papers in each session.
We recommend one of the authors to present the entire paper.
Each room will contain a multimedia projector and a laptop with Microsoft PowerPoint, Impress, and PDF reader installed.
Presenters may bring their own laptop or use the laptop provided in the conference room. However, please be sure to preview your presentation with the projector before starting your session.
If you need any assistance, please ask the organizing staff.
Papers that are not presented will not be send to IEEE Xplore for publication.
ERU Symposium Posters
Posters are presented during the Morning and Afternoon Tea Breaks on May 29 and 30.
At least one authors is expected to be present at the poster during these timeslots to answer any questions auidiance may have.
A poster can be up to 4' x 3' (1.22m x 0.91m) in size.
Make sure font size and illustrations are large enough to be seen from a meter or so.
Authors need to print and bring their own posters. Conference will give push pins and boards to attach posters.
All posters must be necessarily mounted before 9:00am on April 5. They should remain mounted until the end of the afternoon Tea session.
The posters in each session will be numbered. The list of numbers will be posted in the lobby. Please use your numbered location.
Best Paper / Poster Award
All papers that get an average reviewer score of 4.0+ in each track are nominated for Best Paper Award of that track.
All ERU Symposium Posters are nominated for best poster Award.
Respective authors are already informed.
Selection for award is based on quality of paper/poster presentation by memebers of the conference committee.
Each paper/poster will be evaluated for novelty, scientifi contribution, methodology, analysis, and quality of presentation.