INSTRUCTIONS FOR AUTHORS
You can submit your contributions by
A. On-Line Submission:
B. Tradiational methods:
Send to PIERS 2006-Tokyo Technical Program Committee by mail or email.
Professor K. Kobayashi
PIERS 2006 - Tokyo Technical Program Committee
Department of Electrical, Electronic, and Communication Engineering
1-13-27 Kasuga, Bunkyo-ku
Tokyo 112-8551, Japan
For more information, please refer to the PIERS 2006 - Tokyo CALL FOR PAPERS.
Authors are invited to submit a one-page abstract of no less than 250
words in English.
Author(s) of the abstract, when the abstract is
accepted, will receive from PIERS Office instructions for pre-registraion.
The presenting author of the abstract is required to pre-register
and pay a non-refundable pre-registration fee to PIERS Office. Each
presenting author is limited to presenting no more than three papers.
Inclusion of the abstract in the Technical Program is guaranteed only
after the pre-registration of the presenting author is completed.
The abstract should start with the title and author(s) with affiliation
in parenthesis. The abstract should explain the content and relevance of
the proposed contribution, require no copyright transfer agreement, and
contain no acknowledgments. On a separate page, list the following information:
The latex file is
preferred. A set of sample files are prepared for authors. The package
- title of the paper,
- name(s) of the author(s),
- e-mail address of each author,
- complete mailing address,
- telephone/fax number,
- corresponding author and presenting author,
- topic or session organizer, if applicable,
- state if poster presentation is preferred.
- Instruction on
the style file.
Session organizers or invited participants may be receiving multiple
invitations from members of the various PIERS Committees or other session
organizers. One need not be overly concerned with a session topic that
might be in conflict or overlapping with topics of other sessions.
Multiple sessions in the same technical area will serve to enhance the
strength and interest of the area at the Symposium. The Technical Program
Committee will schedule sessions of similar topics at different times over
the Symposium period.
Each organized session should have eight to eleven papers that will not
be subject to the regular review cycle. The session organizer have full
authority in soliciting and accepting papers for the session. The
allocated presentation time for each paper is 20 minutes that includes the
time for questions from the audience. Each author is limited to presenting
no more than three papers (including poster papers) at the Symposium and
is required to register in advance. The names of the session organizers
will be listed under PIERS organization on the web page, and in the
printed version of all PIERS publications when more than five papers of an
organized session are received. The session organizer can then designate a
chair and a co-chair for the session.