INFORMATION FOR TPC REVIEWRS
EDAS server access for TPC reviewers: http://edas.info/26617
The reviewer of a Proceedings paper has the responsibility to determine if the paper will impart practical, usable information of contemporary interest to the industry. The subject need not be unique or unprecedented, though the theme should be in general keeping with the goals of the meeting for which the paper is submitted. Regardless of the quality of the paper, a paper must be rejected if it exceeds the six-page limit, inclusive of references. Reviewers are ultimately responsible to the Authors and the invisible college of our readership for ensuring that the content of the Conference Proceedings represents the evolution and progress of our discipline. We need their assistance to accomplish this task.
What is an REVIEW MANUSCRIPT?
An Review Manuscript can be defined as, "a summary paper, whose ideas and significance can be understood in reading it by a fellow engineer, in less time than an hour".
Minimal content; Title, authors, affiliation, abstract, keywords, introduction, proposed approach, conclusion and references (reference even previous works of the same paper author himself).
Recommended content; [Minimal content] + relevant previous research, standards involved, methods, models and simulations with their respective validations, pictures, tables, calculus, and results.
Acceptance or Rejection
Proceedings papers are published as part of the T&D LA 2020 Conference Proceedings.
In addition to meeting the criteria outlined above, a Proceedings paper will only be accepted for the meeting if it:
• is submitted in keeping with the published schedules
• is submitted in the required formats with the required paperwork
• addresses the Conference Topic in an appropriate manner
• is of a technical rather than commercial nature
• is more than simply a restatement of well-known technology
• is judged to exceed a qualitative criterion of being elementary or trivial in
• its presentation
• does not exceed the four pages limit
• comply with the IEEE policy regarding plagiarism
Reviewers should be looking for
- Scope: Is the paper appropriate for the scope of this conference?
- Novelty: Is this original material distinct from previous publications
- Validity: Is the study well designed and executed?
- Data: Are the data reported, analyzed, and interpreted correctly?
- Clarity: Are the ideas expressed clearly, concisely, and logically? (Is the technical English understandable?)
- Compliance: Are all ethical and conference requirements met?
- Advancement: Is this a significant contribution to the technical field?
New reviewers should read this Guidelines before working on a paper: