Each abstract must be divided into the following: Background, Motivation Objective; Statement of Contribution/Methods; Results. It is recommended that the “result” include at least some quantified result already achieved.

A strong abstract will also:

  1. Consist of a single paragraph up to 250 words, with correct grammar unambiguous terminology.
  2. Be self-contained. No abbreviations, footnotes, references, or mathematical equations. Highlight what is novel in your work.
  3. Include 3-5 keywords or phrases that describe the research to help readers find your article.


Whether intentional or not, plagiarism is a serious violation. Plagiarism is the copying of ideas, text, data other creative work (e.g., tables, figures graphs) presenting it as original research without proper citation. We define the maximum plagiarism of 30% similarity is acceptable.

We are Very serious about the Plagiarism Content; we accept only original Article, unpublished or under consideration for publication elsewhere. The article may be rejected any time if found plagiarized.


  1. Log in the EDAS  https://edas.info/N31979 to submit your paper. You may need an account first.
  2. ISCT can only receive full paper submission through EDAS.
  3. Submissions have to be in the IEEE conference format. Please consult the following link for manuscript templates:  https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html
  4. Papers should follow the A4 two-column IEEE conference style, between 4 to 6 pages.
  5. Author names affiliation should be removed in your initial submission (review style: double-blind).
  6. The paper has to be written presented in proper English.
  7. Please be advised that we adopt IEEE no-show policy for non-presented paper (source: IEEE-Hling of Non-Presented Papers). IEEE reserves the right to exclude a paper from distribution after the conference, including IEEEXplore Digital Library, if the paper is not presented by the author at the conference.
  8. Failure to remove template text from your paper may result in your paper not being published.


Uploading final manuscripts for accepted papers is essentially the same as uploading your review manuscript. Do NOT register a new paper.


  1. Prepare your final manuscript according to the comments from the reviewers.
  2. Please make sure the formatting follows IEEE Conference style  templates (4–6 pages, two columns, A4-size page). Make sure that your paper does not contain any page numbers.
  3. Generate the PDF of your final manuscript using IEEE PDF eXpress to ensure that it is IEEE Xplore compliant.
  • Conference ID: (to be announced)
  • Click  here on how to use PDF eXpress
  1. The maximum similarity rate defined by IEEE of is 30% (include reference). Final submission with similarity rate higher than 30% will no longer be considered for publication. Each paper submitted in EDAS is checked using iThenticate.
  2. In EDAS, go to My papers click on the link under “Upload paper”.
  3. You are prompted to submit a copyright form first, either by uploading a scanned version of the printed form or, for IEEE conferences, by going to the IEEE electronic copyright form (eCF). If necessary, for the appropriate copyright notice, contact us through EDAS help.
  4. During upload, EDAS checks whether your paper meets the conference formatting requirements. In particular, it checks that all fonts are embedded.
  5. IEEE controls the right to exclude accepted papers that are not presented (no show) on the conference.

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