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Submission guidelines

  1. All submission are done online through EasyChair (Click here)
  2. If you do not have an account with EasyChair, you have to create one.
  3. When you submit your abstract and paper online, take a minute to select the ICIUS topics which are closest to the contents of your paper. You are encouraged to select topics when applicable. This will help us to provide good quality reviews to your paper.
  4. When you initially register your paper in EasyChair, please make sure that the list of authors and the paper title are correctly registered in the EasyChair registration page, which is identical to the uploaded PDF and Word files. In other words, authors must be listed in EasyChair at the registration state in correct order, and they should not be modified at paper loading and final camera-ready. If your paper submission fails to comply with this policy, your paper will be withdrawn from the review process.

Manuscript guidelines

Regular Paper

Papers must be written in English and submitted through the ICIUS 2021 conference submission website. For the purpose of review only, manuscripts may be up to 6 pages long. Accepted papers will be included in the conference proceeding.

Any contributed or invited paper can be nominated for the ICIUS 2021 Best Conference Paper Award and the ICIUS 2021 Best Student Paper Award.

Scopus-indexed journal publication

Selected papers will be invited to submit to the International Journal of Intelligent Unmanned Systems (IJIUS) for further revision . Extended version of ICIUS 2021 paper  should be between 2000  and 6000 words in length.

All submissions must be made via ScholarOne and followed the IJIUS author guidelines.

The deadline for paper submission via ScholarOne is July 25, 2021

Invited Session Proposal

The invited session organizers should submit a proposal first via emailing to icius2021.hcmut@gmai.com, and then a session code will be assigned to the session after the proposal is accepted. All the corresponding authors of the papers involved in the session should be informed of the session code by the session organizers. A session commonly consists of 5-6 papers