Earlier this year my paper was rejected for conference A with 3 highly rejects, so I tried to revise it and then submitted it to conference B. This time I still got rejected with 1 weak accept and 2 rejects. However the program committee has just told me that my paper can be a candidate for one of the conjunct workshops and if I agree they will forward my paper to the workshop for review.

The thing is the deadline for conference A next year has just been extended so me and my advisor are considering resubmitting the paper to it. I have already been revising the paper before conference B contacted me. My first submission to conference A got really bad (but very helpful) reviews. This time the reviews are more positive as their main concern is only about experiments and evaluation that need to be more thorough. They hardly have problems with my design, which used to have a lot of flaws pointed out by the first review. So should I try the workshop with probably higher chance to get accepted, or should I bet my 2nd chance with conference A? By the reviews I know that my paper is getting better, but since it’s already the 2nd rejection, I am not so confident that I can make it…

Supposing a conference has a decision date of X (lets say) and a grad school application has a deadline that coincides with that date. Could I request the editor of that conference to inform me about the paper status a few days before the date X so that I may update my CV with paper accepted(if it indeed is) rather than just submitted.

So basically, as an undergrad it’s quite expensive to attend conferences. My paper got accepted to a more specialized IEEE conference. I had previously built simulation tools from scratch for computational EM (a more graduate-oriented topic), however I hadn’t quite discovered anything new. I am also quite confused if having a conference paper to vouch for these tools will provide any additional benefit when applying for PhD as opposed to just showing that they indeed do work. If yes, then is it worth spending the money to present my work?

So basically, as an undergrad its quite expensive to attend conferences. My paper got accepted to a more specialized IEEE conference in the South. I had previously built simulation tools from scratch for computational EM (a more graduate oriented topic), however I hadn’t quite discovered anything new and I was wondering that if I have to anyway attend a conference in the south to present my more technical work, the southeastcon in florida could potentially be a candidate to get a paper for my simulation tools as well. I am also quite confused if having a conference paper to vouch for these tools will provide any additional benefit when applying for PhD as opposed to just showing that they indeed do work. If yes ? then is it worth spending to present my work at southeastcon?

I am planning to go to a geoscience conference (e.g. AGU/EGU) next year and therefore I would like to submit 1-2 abstracts.

Abstracts’ submission has a deadline (of course) and I am not sure if I will have good results by then.

Is it acceptable to submit an abstract to a conference without having results yet?

Surely, the abstract will be very general and broad without ‘making up’ anything about my research’s results.

Thanks

I am preparing a conference paper for its final submission. They have sent a template, however i am confused about the title and personal information block formatting. This is my first publication and any help will be much appreciated.

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picture of given format title block. I have prepared mine like this. Is this correct? or should i also Italicize the title?