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Publication of Conference Papers


Proceedings of SPIE (EI, Scopus, Web of Science)

Present your research at the conference and publish a paper of four or more pages on your findings in the Proceedings to ensure that your work is peer reviewed by experts in your field, indexed by the major indexes and search engines, and available to researchers around the world soon after the conference. This will enable your community to have a snapshot of the state of your research at the time of the conference.

SPIE, the international society of optics and photonics, will publish these papers in the Proceedings of SPIE on the SPIE Digital Library, the world’s largest collection of optics and photonics applied research, with more than 450,000 papers.
This will enable researchers around the world to know about, read, and cite your on-going research soon after the conference. The Proceedings will provide a long-term record of the research presented at the conference so that you may expand your relationships with others in your field.

Read about the value of publishing in conference proceedings athttp://spie.org/Documents/Publications/Value-of-Proceedings.pdf.
Ei Compendex, Scopus, and Web of Science, and other major scientific and engineering indexes, and all of the main search engines cover Proceedings of SPIE papers.

Guidelines for Submitting to Conference
By submitting an abstract, I agree to the following conditions:
An author or coauthor (including keynote, invited, oral, and poster presenters) will do all of the following:
1.Register at conference website.
2.Attend the conference.
3.Make the presentation as scheduled in the program.
4.Submit a manuscript of four or more pages for publication in the conference proceedings.  

After publishing the conference paper in the proceedings, you may submit an expanded manuscript to any journal, including one of the cooperating journals.

SPIE copyright transfer allows an author to expand a conference paper published in the Proceedings of SPIE and submit it to a journal. If your work is almost ready for a journal article, first submit it to the Proceedings and then submit the expanded manuscript to an appropriate journal once it is complete.
SPIE policy allows a researcher to submit a conference paper to an SPIE journal, either with no changes if it is truly ready for one of the SPIE journalsor with changes that make the manuscript ready for an SPIE journal.

SPIE Code of Ethics
SPIE collaborates with researchers, educators, and industry to advance light-based research and technologies for the betterment of the human condition. SPIE presents its SPIE Code of Ethics, which applies to all SPIE publications, at http://spie.org/conferences-and-exhibitions/authors-and-presenters/spie-code-of-ethics

Format Your Manuscript and Sample Templates
Manuscript Specifications
Multimedia File Specifications
Sample Manuscripts
Microsoft Word Template Downloads
Using LaTeX
Creating a Postscript File
Creating a Postscript File from LaTeX

See more information at:
http://spie.org/conferences-and-exhibitions/authors-and-presenters/format-your-manuscript-multimedia-files-and-references#Sample

Abstract Submission 
http://www.manuscript-cnoenet.com/index_en.htm 
Please submit a 500-600 words abstract in English for technical review purposes that is suitable for publication. If accepted, the contact author will receive notification of acceptance by email. 
You can also submit a full-length manuscript, in order to increase acceptance rate.
Before you submit the abstract and the manuscript, please refer to the following examples.
Author specification.doc
Abstract Due Date: 28 February 2018



Manuscript Submission
Conference Manuscript submission link: http://www.manuscript-cnoenet.com/index_en.htm
Deadline of manuscript submissions: 30 June 2018
Deadline of manuscript reviews:31 July 2018