Manuscript Guidelines

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It is required for every accepted paper that author who has registered paper must be in attendance at the Congress and must present the paper.

Book Series: 7th International Congress "Energy Fluxes and Radiation Effects" (EFRE)

EFRE2020 papers will be submitted to the "Book Series: 7th International Congress "Energy Fluxes and Radiation Effects" (IEEE Xplore Digital Library). Conference papers issued by the "Book Series: 7th International Congress "Energy Fluxes and Radiation Effects" are indexed by Scopus.

Please follow the Instructions when preparing your paper or use the template or example.doc .

Congress papers be reviewed. Paper review process is organized by the Program Committee of EFRE2020. Only papers approved by reviewers and the Program Committee will be accepted for submission to the IEEE Xplore.

Manuscript should be written in English and should not exceed six pages.

It is required for every accepted paper that at least one author must be in attendance at the symposium and must present the paper. If the paper is not presented, it is considered as an "no-show" paper being not included into a package submitted to the IEEE Xplore.

Open manuscript submission date: 02.04.2020
Manuscript submission deadline: 15.06.2020

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