IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society

11 - 12 November 2015, Dublin, Ireland

Call for Practitioner and Oral Presentations

Following publication of the Preliminary Programme, this Call for Practitioner and Oral Presentations is designed to complement papers accepted into the conference proceedings for IEEE ISTAS 2015 with interesting and timely oral presentations.

The Conference Language is English.

Practitioner and Oral Presentations should focus on sharing insight, experiences and lessons learnt through the lens of pilot, implementation or research projects within the scope of the Symposium. Please refer to Paper Guidelines for more information.

All proposals for Practitioner and Oral Presentations (max 1 page) using the IEEE ISTAS 2015 Template must be submitted online by 14 September. If you need a short extension, please contact

It is a condition of submitting a proposed Practitioner or Oral Presentation that (a) presenters act on feedback and comments provided by the International Programme Committee (IPC) to strengthen the impact of their presentation, and (b) presenters register and pay the participant's fee by 30 September, before the publication of the Final Programme. If your practitioner presentation is accepted, the Early Bird Registration Fee will be enabled on your account to complete registration.

While authors are welcome to submit multiple Practitioner and Oral Presentations at the review stage, please note that subject to acceptance for inclusion in the Programme, it will then be necessary to nominate a unique presenter who is not already in the Programme for each accepted presentation. Each presenter can present one paper or Practitioner Presentation or Oral Presentation in the Programme.

Publishing Schedule for IEEE ISTAS 2015

- Preliminary Programme already published

- Provisional acceptance of Practitioner and Oral Presentations with IPC feedback by 21 September

- Unique presenter confirmed and registration completed by 30 September

- Final PowerPoint Presentations to be delivered electronically by 30 October for editorial review and quality check