If we pick your abstract for selection in the 2020 IEEE Greentech Conference there are a number of ways you can choose to present, including:

Technical Research & Industry Contribution

Full Paper – Accomplished research results (6 pp.)
Short Paper – Work in progress/fresh developments (3 pp.)
Poster/Demonstration – Displayed at the conference (1 p.)

Submit a Workshop or Tutorial proposals for the Technical and Industrial programs. Tutorials and Workshops are intended to be interactive and focused, and may be scheduled for 1.5 hour, half-day or one full day.

Corporate Showcase & Exhibition

Booth – Display product and/or service offerings (1 p.)
Oral – Present product and/or service offerings (1 p.)

Submit Seminar/Special session proposals for the Technical Program focused on one or more of the conference topic areas described in the Call for Papers. These small specialized events will be a set of oral and poster presentations highly specialized in some particular theme. The sessions will have a minimum of 4 papers and a maximum of 9 papers. All accepted papers will be published in a special section of the Conference Proceedings.

Student Poster & Career Fair

Graduate & Doctoral – Peer-reviewed Poster (1 p.)
Undergraduate/High School – Selected Poster (1 p.)
Recruiter Booth – Product/Service & Job offerings (1 p.)

Submit Executive Forum/Panel Sessions proposals. These 1.5 to 2 hour sessions feature 4 to 6 distinguished members of the scientific and enterprise communities briefly presenting differing perspectives and opinions on key issues with the goal of stimulating lively discussion. Research and Industry Panels will be considered.

Workshop, Tutorial, Forum & Panel

Workshop, Tutorial & Tour – Proposal (1 p.)
Executive Forum, Panel & Talk – Proposal (1 p.)

Submit Demonstration or Presentation proposals for the Industry Program. Demonstrations may include functioning prototypes, artifacts, or systems. Demonstrations may be made by sponsor companies, or jointly by researchers and industrial partners. Demonstrations occur in an informal setting encouraging discussion about the work, and provide an opportunity to disseminate practical results and network
with other researchers and business partners. Demonstration or Presentation session requires title, abstract and description.