Peer review is a process whereby technical papers are reviewed by designated subject matter experts. Peer reviews are used to determine a technical paper's suitability for publication. IEEE recommends that you use a Web-based peer review tool to manage your conference's peer review process.
IEEE MCE (Meetings, Conferences & Events) is committed to continuous improvement in support of conference organizers by offering world-class tools and services. If you would like to recommend a tool or service for inclusion in our program, please contact Program Director Gordon MacPherson.
The IEEE Peer Review Service Network consists of a group of thoroughly-vetted peer review/paper management service providers. Participants are capable of meeting the current and evolving needs and priorities of technical program chairs throughout the IEEE conference community. These service providers will help alleviate the administrative burdens inherent in the development of your conference's technical program.
You can use a peer review tool to:
Listed below are the providers we have chosen to work with as Preferred Partners.
Ex Ordo: Chairing the technical program committee for a successful conference is a major career milestone for any researcher. TPC chairs usually have to fit their conference duties around a full-time job. The Ex Ordo conference paper management system eliminates about 80% of a TPC chair's administrative work. Ex Ordo's team of mentors gives one-to-one guidance to each chair, reducing the learning curve and eliminating the risk of failure. This allows TPC chairs to spend more time focusing on what really matters: gathering the best body of research for the conference.
EDAS helps conference organizers with the whole conference lifecycle - from paper submission, through review, notification, registration, visa letters and travel grants to IEEE Xplore preparation. EDAS can be configured to match complex TPC and review structure requirements. It has been used for hundreds of IEEE conferences, from small single-track workshops to flagship conferences with dozens of sub-conferences.
PaperPlaza by PaperCept, Inc is an end-to-end, integrated, conference manuscript collection, peer review management, proceedings publication and registration system. Flexible design allows the system to be customized for a variety of conference workflows. No conferences is too small or too large; hosted on state-of-the-art hardware, the system scales seamlessly from 40 to 4000 submissions for a conference.
Conferences provide an opportunity for technical professionals to share information and connect with each other.