Author Resources

We’d be delighted to have you as an author at our annual technical conference. Please review the following resources as you work towards your paper submittal and contact Dennis Bogh if you have any questions.

Timeline and Instructions for 2017 Calgary Papers

Click here for the 2017 Calgary Paper Timeline

Paper Guide

The PCIC Technical Paper Style Guide (MS Word) (PDFprovides detailed information for developing and formatting PCIC papers. This document not only provides information on how to develop a paper, but is also formatted in the style described in the Guide. Interim Change to Style Guide: If author email addresses do not fit in the title section as shown in the guide, please include at the end of the vita.

Presentation Guide

A PCIC 2016 MS PowerPoint template and presentation tips are available here: PCIC 2017 Presentation templatePCIC Presentation Tips. The template is strictly optional but may help simplify the presentation process for PCIC paper presenters.

Copyright

The IEEE Copyright Form is submitted to the PCIC Publications Collection Point:

Email to: Mike Caruso
PCIC Publications Collection Point
Baldor Electric Company

Final Paper

Final papers are submitted to your Technical Subcommittee Chair, who will submit papers to the PCIC Publications Collection Point. 

Please click here for the submittal procedure.

PCIC Policy on Freedom from Commercialism.

In order to uphold the integrity of the annual PCIC Technical Conference and to maintain the high standards of PCIC technical papers, authors should become familiar with the Policy on Technical Paper Commercialism.

Additional Aids for Authors and Reviewers

IEEE Copyright Information
IAS ScholarOne Manuscript Workflow
Style for IAS Conference and Transactions Papers (Note: use link above for PCIC papers)
Preparation of Papers in Two-Column Format for the Conference Record of IAS Annual Meeting (Note: use link above for PCIC papers)
Recommended Unit Symbols, SI Prefixes and Abbreviations