AutoID 2007 - IEEE Workshop on Automatic Identification Advanced Technologies


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AutoID 2007 Author Instructions

The Proceedings will be published by IEEE. Regular Papers should be submitted in camera ready format. The maximum number of pages for regular papers is 6. A detailed description of the format is given in the IEEE Computer Society Author Guidelines. The style files for Latex and Microsoft Word can be downloaded from:

LaTeX: - Formatting files/

MS Word:

All accepted Regular Papers will need to be compiled as PDF files.


the camera ready submission is now open. Please go to , enter AUTOID07 in the "Conference ID" field and you will be redirected to the AutoID 2007 page.
Carefully follow the instructions you will find there to upload your camera ready paper and submit the IEEE copyright electronically.

Upload your manuscript as soon as possible, since the deadline for camera ready and copyright submission is very close (March 2nd 2007).
At least one author for each accepted paper must register to the workshop by March 15th 2007.

At a minimum, basic PDF distiller settings must be changed so PDF files are: optimized, set to Acrobat 4.0 compatibility, all graphics are set to at least 300 dpi resolution. All fonts are embedded and subset, postrcipt settings do not override distiller settings and page size is 612.0 x 792.0 points (8.5 x 11). Authors should check their final PDF files before submission to verify that all fonts have been properly embedded and subset.


Oral presentations are allowed 25 minutes, including questions. A laptop with PowerPoint will be provided. You may also use your own laptop.


We recommend preparing your poster directly onto a standard A0 sheet (84.1cm x 118. cm - 33.1’’ x 46.8’’, portrait). Please avoid posters made by taping together A4 or quarto sheets. Poster boards will have a maximum width and height of 120cm. Mounting material will be provided on site.

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