SSCI 2018: Paper Submission

Important deadlines:

July 23, 2018Paper submission deadline
August 31, 2018Author notification of acceptance or rejection
September 30, 2018Deadline for receipt of final manuscript

Please read all of the instructions on this page, fill in all of the appropriate fields and click on the "Submit" button at the bottom of the page when finished. Note that an asterisk (*) indicates a required field.

After you submit your Paper, if the submission is successful, you will see a confirmation page with an assigned submission number. The submission is NOT complete until you see this confirmation page with the assigned number.

If there is an error in your submission, the problem will be shown in RED letters at the location of the problem. You will then need to correct the error and RELOAD your PDF file, then press submit again. The submission process is not complete until you see the confirmation page with the assigned number. If you try repeatedly and do not receive an assigned number, you should try updating your web browser or switching to a different browser (e.g. Internet Explorer rather than Firefox, or vice versa).

If you did not receive an assigned number, you should attempt the submission process again.

Once you successfully obtain the confirmation page, you should also receive an e-mail confirmation of your submission. If you do not receive an e-mail notification within 24 hours, please contact Suresh Sundaram <> WITH your assigned number. Be sure to put "SSCI 2018" in the subject line of your e-mail message.

When filling out the form please use capital and lowercase letters. Please do not use capital letters only. For the title use the following style: Noise Performance of Classical Current Mirrors.

Paper Title*:


Affiliation is the name of university, company or institution, e.g., "International University" or "IC Design Company." Please do not enter street address or phone numbers and do not use only capital letters in any of the text fields. Please enter author names in the exact order in which they will appear in the final paper.

Please enter a single valid and working email address for each of the authors and double check the spelling since that is the only way we can reach you.

Last (family) nameFirst (given) name(s)EmailAffiliationCountry

If you need space for more than 5 authors please click the following button: 


WARNING: We can only accept PDF files. The maximum number of pages is eight (8) and maximum file size is 4MB. Up to two additional pages will be permitted for a charge of USD 125 per additional page. Illustrations and references are included in the page count. You are responsible for ensuring that your submission is in valid format and that it will be readable and printable. Please double check your file before submitting it.

Please note that the final version of your paper will be required to meet IEEE guidelines for PDF format.

PDF file to upload*:


Please use only Latin/English alphabet for your abstract, i.e., do not use accents, umlauts or other special characters. Length of abstract has to be between 200 and 1750 characters. Do not use words "Abstract" or "Summary" to begin your text.

Abstract (200-1750 characters, ASCII text only)*:


Preferred form of presentation*:  Any  Oral  Poster


IEEE SSCI is made up of a number of symposia. However, all papers will be published in a single proceedings under the title "2018 IEEE Symposium Series on Computational Intelligence (SSCI)". Please select the symposium to which you are submitting your paper using its name as the Main Research Topic. Up to two additional topics can be selected. If you are submitting your paper to a SPECIAL SESSION, select its name (within its corresponding symposium) as the Main Research Topic. In this case, it is also possible to select up to two additional research topics.

Main research topic*:
Additional research topics:


For student papers, coauthors are allowed, but a student must be the first (and corresponding) author.

Student Paper (optional):


IMPORTANT! Submission of Paper implies the authors' willingness to register for the conference and present the paper(s). An accepted paper will be published in the proceedings only if the final version is accompanied by the registration form(s) and fee(s) for at least one of the authors (only full member or non-member fees will be allowed for this purpose) and is presented during the conference-- no exceptions! Please kindly note that only accepted papers presented at the conference will be uploaded in the IEEE Xplore.

The IEEE policy is that papers submitted to an IEEE conference must be original work and cannot be submitted to multiple venues. If, in the judgement of the Technical Chair, two papers submitted to different venues are deemed to be significantly the same, the General Chair, on a recommendation from the Technical Chair, is authorized to reject the paper without review.

All papers submitted to IEEE SSCI will be analyzed by a plagiarism detection system. Authors need to be aware that plagiarism is a serious issue and persons found committing plagiarism can be subjected to severe penalties under the IEEE rules.

I read and accept the above rules*: