- At the Top Center of of the first page, write the title of paper on the first line, names of authors separated by commas on the second line. affiliations (department, university, country) of authors starting on the third line – one line per author’s affiliation, and authors’ emails separated by commas on the last line.
- If authors are from the same institution, only one line is used for them.
- The Paper should have Abstract, and Keywords. Do NOT number Abstract and Keywords.
- Each paper must have at least (5) keywords.
- Use one column only to write your paper.
- Margins should be 1.0 inch all over (top, bottom, left, right).
- Use single space text with font size 10 or 12.
- Only MS word and LaTeX are allowed. If you use Latex attach the pdf version too.
- The number of pages should be 7-12.
- Do not leave unnecessary space just to satisfy the minimum of 7 pages
- No Dr/Professor/Mr/Miss before names.
- No page numbers and no header and footers.
- Corresponding author should have ‘*’ after her/his name. Only one corresponding author is allowed.
- No Biographies and Pictures of authors at the end of the paper.
- Sections should be numbered I, II, III. Subsections A, B, C, D. Sub-subsections 1) 2) 3). When you refer to a section you use upper case, for example, as stated in Section II.
- A Table and a Figure CANNOT occupy more than one page.
- Figure titles should be directly under the figure and centered.
- Table titles should be directly above the table and centered.
- For References, it is suggested to use the following approach
T. Faulwasser, and R. Findeisen, “Nonlinear Model Predictive Control for Constrained Output Path Following,” IEEE Transcation on Automation and Control, vol. 61, pp. 1026–1039, 2016.
M. W. Park, S. W. Lee, and W. Y. Han, “Development of Lateral Control System for Autonomous Vehicle Based on Adaptive Pure Pursuit Algorithm,” in Proc. the International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems, Seoul, Korea, 2014, pp. 1443–1447.
M. Burgess, “When Does A Car Become Truly Autonomous? Levels of Self-Driving Technology Explained,” 2017, https://www.wired.co.uk/article/autonomous-car-levels-sae-ranking, [Retrieved: March 2020].
A. Kelly, “Mobile Robotics,” Cambridge University Press: New York, NY, USA, 2013.