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Manuscript Templates for Conference Proceedings

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The purpose of a conference template is to provide a consistent format for papers appearing in the conference proceedings. IEEE strongly encourages use of the conference manuscript templates provided below. 

IEEE conference templates contain guidance text for composing and formatting conference papers. Please ensure that all guidance text is removed from your conference paper prior to submission to the conference. 

Failure to remove template text from your paper may result in your paper not being published.

Accessing the templates

Microsoft Word

  • US letter (DOC, 30 KB) Updated Jan 2019
  • A4  (DOC, 30 KB) Updated Jan 2019

LaTeX Template Instructions (PDF, 63 KB) [ Be sure to use the template's  conference  mode.]

  • Template (ZIP, 700 KB) Updated October 2019
  • LaTeX Bibliography Files  (ZIP, 309 KB)
  • When working in Overleaf, the template is available at https://www.overleaf.com/gallery/tagged/ieee-official

1. For conference organizers:  The use of the conference manuscript templates provided by  IEEE eXpress Conference Publishing  will greatly reduce the chance for errors in the metadata visible in IEEE Xplore ® , and IEEE's downstream Indexing partners. Errors may result in delays in posting or in making any approved corrections, or in some cases, may simply persist. Using the templates is one of the ways to reduce errors.

If you wish, you may link to this webpage in its entirety. It is not recommended that you link to individual files, however, because they may be updated or replaced without notice.

2. Grateful acknowledgement is made to the IEEE Computational Intelligence Society, which provided the current LaTeX template.

3. Other templates that more closely align with the IEEE Transactions article format are available.

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Use IEEE article templates in Word or LaTeX to easily format your article for publication. Write collaboratively with your co-authors in Overleaf , an authoring tool for LaTeX and rich text documents. Overleaf is preloaded with IEEE templates for your convenience. Overleaf and LaTeX resources are available online for both beginners and advanced users. Choose from a variety of quick guides, tutorials, webinars, and detailed documentation based upon your individual needs and level of expertise.

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IEEE Paper Format | Template & Guidelines

Published on August 24, 2022 by Jack Caulfield . Revised on April 6, 2023.

IEEE provides guidelines for formatting your paper. These guidelines must be followed when you’re submitting a manuscript for publication in an IEEE journal. Some of the key guidelines are:

  • Formatting the text as two columns, in Times New Roman, 10 pt.
  • Including a byline, an abstract , and a set of keywords at the start of the research paper
  • Placing any figures, tables, and equations at the top or bottom of a column, not in the middle
  • Following the appropriate heading styles for any headings you use
  • Including a full list of IEEE references at the end
  • Not including page numbers

IEEE example paper

To learn more about the specifics of IEEE paper format, check out the free template below. Note that you may not need to follow these rules if you’ve only been told to use IEEE citation format for a student paper. But you do need to follow them to submit to IEEE publications.

Table of contents

Ieee format template, ieee heading styles, frequently asked questions about ieee.

The template below can be used to make sure that your paper follows IEEE format. It’s set up with custom Word styles for all the different parts of the text, with the right fonts and formatting and with further explanation of key points.

Make sure to remove all the explanatory text in the template when you insert your own.

Download IEEE paper format template

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IEEE recommends specific heading styles to distinguish the title and different levels of heading in your paper from each other. Styles for each of these are built into the template.

The paper title is written in 24 pt. Times New Roman, centered at the top of the first page. Other headings are all written in 10 pt. Times New Roman:

  • Level 1 text headings begin with a roman numeral followed by a period. They are written in small caps, in title case, and centered.
  • Level 2 text headings begin with a capital letter followed by a period. They are italicized, left-aligned, and written in title case.
  • Level 3 text headings begin with a number followed by a closing parenthesis . They are italicized, written in sentence case, and indented like a regular paragraph. The text of the section follows the heading immediately, after a colon .
  • Level 4 text headings begin with a lowercase letter followed by a closing parenthesis. They are italicized, written in sentence case, and indented slightly further than a normal paragraph. The text of the section follows the heading immediately, after a colon.
  • Component headings are used for the different components of your paper outside of the main text, such as the acknowledgments and references. They are written in small caps, in title case, centered, and without any numbering.

IEEE heading styles

You should use 10 pt. Times New Roman font in your IEEE format paper .

For the paper title, 26 pt. Times New Roman is used. For some other paper elements like table footnotes, the font can be slightly smaller. All the correct stylings are available in our free IEEE format template .

No, page numbers are not included in an IEEE format paper . If you’re submitting to an IEEE publication, page numbers will be added in the final publication but aren’t needed in the manuscript.

IEEE paper format requires you to include an abstract summarizing the content of your paper. It appears at the start of the paper, right after you list your name and affiliation.

The abstract begins with the word “Abstract,” italicized and followed by an em dash. The abstract itself follows immediately on the same line. The entire section is written in bold font. For example: “ Abstract —This paper discusses … ”

You can find the correct format for your IEEE abstract and other parts of the paper in our free IEEE paper format template .

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Quick start for modern LaTeXing for an IEEE conference

Simplified ieee template.

Quick start for modern LaTeXing for an IEEE conference, based on the Manuscript Template for Conference Proceedings .

The official template is distributed via CTAN as the IEEEtran package , which is actively maintained. However, de-facto configurations (hyperref) and modern features of latex (microtype) are not configured. This template does it.

This template is for the conferences. It is based on the bare_conf_compsoc.tex distributed by IEEE. In case you need other configurations, please adapt paper-conference.tex or run the latex template generator .

To build the whole document, execute following command. Note that this requires a working perl installation.

In case something goes wrong, you can instruct the LaTeX compiler to stop at the first error:

Following features are enabled in this template:

  • Provides a skeletal paper.tex file
  • Shows how IEEE copyright notice can be added.
  • (Optional) Typesetting of listings using advanced highlighting powered by the minted package.
  • Generated PDF allows for copy and paste of text without getting words with ligatures such as “workflow” destroyed. This is enabled by glyphtounicode , which encodes ligatures (such as fl) using unicode characters.
  • Support of hyperlinked references without extra color thanx to hyperref .
  • Better breaking of long URLs.
  • Support for \powerset command.
  • (Optional) Support todos as pdf annotations. This is enabled by the pdfcomment package.
  • microtypographic extensions for a better look of the paper.
  • Modern packages such as microtype , cleveref , csquotes , paralist , hyperref , hypcap , upquote , booktabs .
  • (Optional) LaTeX compilation using the modern lualatex compiler.
  • Ready-to-go configuration for latexindent .

Disabled features

Following features were not activated for this template. You can run the latex template generator to enable the features.

Hints on writing an abstract and thesis by Dirk Fahland.

  • paper-conference.pdf - regular conference paper.
  • paper-conference-minted.pdf - conference paper showing minted in action.

Quick start

  • Click on Download ZIP or here .
  • Extract main.zip in the folder where you want to write your paper.
  • Edit paper-conference.tex .
  • latexmk paper-conference .

Attention regarding compsocconf

Some conferences distribute a IEEEtran.cls V1.7a dated 2007 and a parameter compsocconf . The parameter compsocconf was NEVER included in Michael Shell’s IEEEtran.cls file. It is unclear, who did this patch and why it is around in the wild.

The most recent version is V1.8b and automatically distributed over CTAN, because it is actively maintained by Michael Shell at http://www.michaelshell.org/tex/ieeetran/ . A full changelog is available at http://mirror.ctan.org/tex-archive/macros/latex/contrib/IEEEtran/changelog.txt .

The class parameter compsocconf never existed officially. One has to use conference, compsoc , because the parameters are “orthogonal”: Either “conference” or “journal”, either “compsoc” or not. With a modern IEEEtran.cls, you’ll get

compsoc option is not needed any more

When using the 2007 version or the most recent version with (the unhandled) compsocconf , you’ll get paper-conference.pdf instead of paper-conference-compsoc.pdf . That differs significantly in the style used for section headings. paper-conference-compsoc.pdf was removed from the build since August 2021, because compsoc option was not used by computer science conferences in 2021.

IEEE distributes their templates at https://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html . With the update of July 2017, the archive https://www.ieee.org/documents/ieee-latex-conference-template.zip contains both bare_conf.tex and bare_conf_compsoc.tex . Thus, the conference should state which option to use.

All in all, the distributions of IEEEtran from 2007 are roughly equivalent to \documentclass[conference]{IEEEtran} (and version V1.8b), which does not comply with IEEE’s rules for computer science conferences, because the compsoc option is missing.

Hence, double check with your conference whether you have to use compsoc or not.

Statement from IEEE:

Please note that, as stated on the webpage https://www.ieee.org/conferences_events/conferences/publishing/templates.html . “IEEE does not require a specific format for their conference articles”. Thus, we dot not purport that the “compsoc” is a requirement for publishing conference papers with us.

There is currently no official biblatex support. A first step towards that is done at the biblatex-ieee package .

MiKTeX installation hints are given at http://latextemplates.github.io/scientific-thesis-template/#installation-hints-for-windows .

  • Grammar and spell checking is available at TeXstudio . Please download LanguageTool (Windows: choco install languagetool ) and configure TeXstudio to use it . Note that it is enough to point to languagetool.jar . If TeXstudio doesn’t fit your need, check the list of all available LaTeX Editors .
  • Use JabRef to manage your bibliography (Windows: choco install jabref ).

To have minted running properly, you have to do following steps on Windows:

  • Install python: choco install python - that uses chocolatey to install Python
  • Install pygments : pip instal pygments - that uses the Pyhton package manager to install the pygments library
  • When latexing, use -shell-escape : pdflatex -shell-escape paper . You can also just execute latexmk paper .

Usage with docker

The generated Dockerfile is based on the Dockerfile by reitzig . The idea of that system is to host the document sources in a directory separated from the output directory.

Following one-time setup is requried:

Q: I have questions on the IEEEtran class itself.

The author of the class offers a large FAQ at http://www.michaelshell.org/tex/ieeetran/ . Please read on there. The other possiblity is to execute texdoc ieeetran and read in the documentation. For example, there is an explanation of how to typeset the afficiliation information with four or more authors properly.

Q: How can I synchronize updates from the template to my repository?

  • Initialize your git repository as usual
  • Add this repository as upstream: git remote add upstream https://github.com/latextemplates/LNCS.git
  • Merge the branch upstream/main into your main branch: git merge upstream/main .

After that you can use and push the main branch as usual. Notes on syncing with the upstream repository are available from GitHub .

Q: I get the error ! pdfTeX error (font expansion): auto expansion is only possible with scalable fonts.

Install the cm-super package using the MiKTeX package manager. Then, run initexmf --mkmaps on the command line. (Long description: https://tex.stackexchange.com/a/324972/9075 )

Q: I get Package csquotes Error: Unbalanced groups or invalid nesting. What can I do?

A: You have activated \MakeOuterQuote{"} and used some special babel command to allow hyphenation at other places as a dash. One example is writing application"=specific . Now, you have to decide whether you want keep using plain quotes to enquote a word or use the special hyphenation command. In other words: Do you want "quote" and app\-lication\-specific or \enquote{quote} and application"=specific ?

Note that this should not happen when the template is generated as the setting tweak_outerquote ensures that these two options are mutually exclusive.

Q: I need more space. What can I do?

The most simple solution to get more space is to exchange the font.

Q: How can I reformat my .tex files?

Execute following command:

Q: I want to obey the one-sentence-per-line rule. How can I do that?

Attention! This is work in progress and does not always produce best results.

Q: Can I also write in German?

Yes. You can regenerate the template and choose “German” as language.

Further information

  • Other templates: https://latextemplates.github.io/

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Submission Guidelines

Submission checklist.

Carefully review each item listed below before submitting your article. Article submissions that do not follow the guidelines below will be returned to draft or immediately rejected.

  • Manuscript should be prepared in a double column, single-spaced format using a required IEEE Access template. A Word or LaTex file and a PDF file are both required upon submission. Content on each file must match exactly. File sizes should not exceed 40MB.  Download IEEE Access Templates for Microsoft Word and LaTex.
  • The use of artificial intelligence (AI)–generated text in an article shall be disclosed in the acknowledgements section of any paper submitted to an IEEE Conference or Periodical. The sections of the paper that use AI-generated text shall have a citation to the AI system used to generate the text.  For more information  please click here.
  • Author lists should be carefully considered before submission. For more information on what constitutes an author, please click here. (Changes to author list post acceptance are not allowed.)
  • Corresponding authors are required to have an ORCID ID associated with their account. For more information on ORCID, click here.
  • Short biographies are required for ALL authors on an article submission. As indicated in the required IEEE Access templates, biographies of all authors should be included directly within the article below the references section.
  • All authors should be listed on both the source file (Word of LaTex file) and the manuscript PDF file. When submitting your files ensure the submission system successfully extracts the full author list from your files.
  • The article should be thoroughly reviewed for proper grammar before being submitted. Articles with poor grammar will be immediately rejected. If needed, IEEE Access offers Paperpal Preflight to assist authors in checking their manuscript for grammar issues prior to submission. Check your manuscript on Paperpal Preflight by clicking here .
  • All research works should be carefully referenced. More information to avoid plagiarism is listed below.
  • The article should not be submitted elsewhere at the same time. More information about duplicate submission is listed below.
  • Supplementary material for review (if any)
  • Manuscript keywords (minimum of 3 and maximum of 10).  Please carefully select the keywords as this is how we select a relevant Associate Editor to manage the peer review of your article.
  • You will be required to select a manuscript type upon submission. A list and description of manuscript types are listed below. If you are unsure, please leave it as “Research Article”. *Please note that should your article be accepted, the manuscript type will be published on the article.
  • Opposed reviewers (if any)
  • Video (if any, maximum file size is 100MB)
  • If the article was previously rejected after peer review with encouragement to update and resubmit, then a complete “list of updates” must be included in a separate document. The list of updates should have the following regarding each comment: 1) reviewers’ concerns, 2) authors’ response to the concerns, 3) actual changes implemented.
  • IEEE Access does not have a page limit; however, we strongly recommend keeping the page count under 50 pages for ease of readability. Longer articles may result in longer peer review times. Additional content can be added as supplementary material.
  • Upon submission you will be asked to answer the following 3 questions to assist the Associate Editors and reviewers in the evaluation of your manuscript: 1) Please add a brief explanation justifying the manuscript type you have chosen (below). This information will help the Associate Editor and the reviewers during peer review so they evaluate your manuscript with the correct article type in mind. 2) Please describe how your article fits the scope of IEEE Access . Note, the scope of IEEE Access covers all (but only) IEEE’s fields of interest. 3) Please state the unique contributions and advancements your article makes in the related existing literature.

Manuscript Types Acceptable for Peer Review

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How to write a report template in IEEE format?

Well, I want to write a report in IEEE format ,but I have limited knowledge about Latex, so how am I supposed to begin?

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  • IEEE templates are available online . See answers to this question also. –  nidhin Jan 17, 2015 at 17:20

To start, at least with TeX Live you can run texdoc IEEE in your OS prompt to obtain:

Otherwise, you can dowload the PDF from texdoc.net . As the paper explain, it is assumed that the reader has at least a basic working knowledge of LaTeX.

See also How to Use the IEEEtran BIBTEX Style .

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