Call for papers
Since 1994, biennially and regularly, the TAEE Congress has been the meeting place for electronics professionals from the fields of Industrial Technology and Information and Communication Technologies from Spain, Portugal and Latin America.
During these years, it has become a space for reflection, creation, dissemination of teaching resources (mainly technologically based) and for the promotion and cooperative generation of knowledge, with the aim of improving the teaching practice of electronics.
As in the previous edition, in this one we want to consolidate the experience, and we hope to continue counting on the participation of business professionals, institutions and teachers of Secondary Education and vocational Training, along with that of university professors and researchers.
Access here the official “call for papers” document of the XVI International Conference of Technology, Learning and Teaching of Electronics.
Access here the official “call for papers” document for professionals in Secondary Education and Vocational Training of the XVI International Conference of Technology, Learning and Teaching of Electronics.
Participation in the XV TAEE International Conference
1st) Submission of Extended Abstracts
An extended abstract (one page max) is required for participation in the conference. The abstracts should be submitted to the TAEE2024 EasyChair system.
When submitting the extended abstract, authors should select the type of presentation (Regular Paper, Poster or Demo). Submissions involving Hardware or Software development as part of a pedagogical solution are particularly adequate for Demos and positively considered on this type of presentation.
In addition, PhD students or Bachelor's Degree Final Project/Master's Thesis students may also participate in the conference by presenting their thesis projects that they are doing or are going to carry out, highlighting their relationship with the learning of any of the conference areas. For that, they must select the doctoral/TFG/TFM consortium option in the submission platform.
Extended abstracts must include the complete title, a text that summarizes the document structure and a summary of the most relevant results. It may also contain figures and references. The extended abstract is limited to a single page. You can download the template here (please, use a browser other than Firefox for downloading):
- Full paper or poster: templates in docx format and OpenDocument
- Demo: templates in docx format and OpenDocument
- Doctoral consortium: templates in docx format and OpenDocument
The abstract should not include the authors name or filiation for blind review purposes.
The deadline for submitting the extended abstract can be found here.
2nd) Submission of Full Paper
Accepted extended abstracts should then be formalized by the submission of a full paper into the EasyChair platform.
The full paper should follow the IEEE format in the A4 page size. The recommended size of each paper is between 4 and 6 pages, for all communication types, with a maximum limit of 10 pages. The submission should be done on the EasyChair platform up to the defined deadline, in order to allow the review process, by the TAEE committees.
It is reminded that author names or filiations should NOT be included in order to guarantee a double blind review process.
3rd) Submission of Camera-Ready Version
Once the review process is finalized, the result is communicated to the authors, along with reviewer comments. Authors then have a deadline (May 15, 2024) to prepare the paper final version, where the reviewers’ comments should be taken into consideration.
The final version should follow the IEEE format, using a A4 page size e including author name and filiation. Authors should check is the fonts are included in the PDF and make sure no page numbering or footers are included.
Authors may choose that their paper is published in IEEE Xplore, being required that an English version is submitted (that can be additional to a Portuguese or Spanish version). Authors should make sure that the camera-ready version adheres to the IEEE conference format and is compatible with IEEE Xplore.
Contributions in Spanish or Portuguese, or those in English that do not opt for publication in IEEE Xplore, will be published in the book of minutes of the conference and housed in the digital repositories of the TAEE Association and entities with collaboration protocol. All types of contributions (oral communication, demo, poster, doctoral paper) can be published on IEEEXplore. For posters, the "presentation" will consist of hanging/explaining the poster in the corresponding session. For demos, the "presentation" will consist of explaining the demonstrator in the corresponding session.
In the conference, you will also find invited conferences, work meetings, round tables for reflection… and much more.
We encourage you to participate, sharing your experiences, learning ... and enjoying Málaga!