Special issuesSpecial issues of the IEEE Communications magazine, of the Journal of Microsystem Technologies and of the Journal of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing
Three Special Issues or Special Sections of leading Journals will follow up the Symposium: IEEE Communications Magazine, Journal of Microsystem Technologies, Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing.
The Special issue of the IEEE Communications magazine will collect papers dealing with the topics of DTIP in relationship with communications in general. The papers should be tutorial in nature and should be written in a style comprehensible to readers outside the specialty of the paper.
Papers should have no more than 4,500 words, no more than 6 figures + tables, no more than 15 references, and no more than 3-5 mathematical equations. For more details, please follow the IEEE Communications Magazine submission guidelines.
The Special Issue of the Journal of Microsystem Technologies will focus on microfabircation, integration and packaging of MEMS and MOEMS.
Papers should not normally exceed 6000 word equivalents (20 double-spaced typed pages including figures and tables). For more details, please follow the Journal of Microsystem Technologies submission guidelines.
The Special Issue of ALOG the Journal of Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing will focus on design and test aspects of MEMS and MOEMS.
Papers should include an informative title and an abstract of 100 to 250 words at the head of the manuscript. The abstract should be a carefully worded description of the problem addressed, the key ideas introduced, and the results. Abstracts will be printed with the article. Detailed specifications for the submissions may be found in any issue of the Journal.
The deadline to submit to either of the Special Issues is 31 May 2002. Authors should indicate the Journal they submit to. They will be notified about their papers by 31 July 2002.
Submission will be electronically only, through the Web page (click on "Submit a Paper for Special Issues"). Fill in the questionnaire and attach your PDF file where appropriate. Don't submit multiple files for a single paper. Once your submission has been checked (viewing and printing quality), you will receive an acknowledgement by e-mail. You should first prepare a file in PDF format. Please note that uncompressed unencapsulated postscript is the single alternative format and should be used only when absolutely necessary. Use the contact author's last name as file name; add numerals in the case of multiple submissions (e.g., lo1, lo2).
In case you experience any problems with the submission procedure, please contact the General Chair.
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