The provisional full paper should consist of:

  • a 6 to maximum 8 pages anonymous manuscript, including an abstract with no more than 50 words. The topic number(s) and your indication of preference for dialogue or lecture presentation must be clearly mentioned. (Be aware that, if your paper proposal is accepted, it will be the International Scientific Committee who decides upon dialogue or lecture presentation);
  • diagrams;
  • references list

The originality and the main technical improvements proposed in your paper must be clearly indicated.

If the submitted provisional full paper does not meet the requirements detailed on this page, it may not be considered for selection.

The provisional full papers will be submitted over the internet, using the conference host website. A link to the website is available from the bottom of this page as well as from The site is open for upload since 26 October 2021.

Authors of papers provisionally selected for presentation will receive a notification, and will be able to download the instructions for preparing full/final papers as well as dialogue and/or lecture presentations from this website. The final programme will be based on a review of the final full papers.
The publication date of the accepted conference papers will be two weeks before the conference.

A selection of outstanding conference papers will be published afterwards in the EPE Journal, which is an ISI registered journal. Authors may also propose their papers for publication in the IEEE-PELS transactions. The papers will also be registered in IEEE Xplore. All presented papers will be listed in the Web of Science (formerly Web of Knowledge), INSPEC database for Engineering. Selected papers published in the EPE Journal will be automatically included in the Web of Science – Core Collection and get a WOS-Accession number. The Organizing Committee works toward ensuring that all conference papers are listed in the Core Collection as well. It is already the case since the 2014 edition.

Instructions for Electronic File Formats

Your efforts to follow the guidelines are essential in ensuring the proper working of the reviewing procedure. These guidelines guarantee the quality of the conference.

Below, you will find guidelines for file and graphics formats. A help desk, contactable by email, is available. For your information, your file will be checked for compatibility problems and then put at the disposal of the Topic Chairperson, Co-Chairperson and Reviewers for evaluation. They will download your file or receive it by e-mail. All operations require that the original file is compliant with the general guidelines. Please be careful if you work in a country using special fonts/characters: double byte fonts (Asian countries), east European fonts etc. The help desk will help you by e-mail to solve these problems, if necessary.

Paper Headings

The provisional full paper will be headed by the paper title. The origin (University (U), Industry (I), University in collaboration with Industry (U-I) or Industry in collaboration with University (I-U)) will be indicated on the second line, next to the chosen topics and sub-topics 1 and 2.

(No address, company name or the alike).

File Size

The provisional full paper must be 6 to maximum 8 A4 pages and the file size (in .pdf format) should not exceed 3 Mb.

File Format

Papers should be saved in .pdf format.


Paper Title: Times New Roman 12 pt bold
Headings: Times New Roman 10 pt bold
Body text: Times New Roman 10 pt
Formulas: SYMBOLS – MS Equation format – MathType Format


All graphics must be inserted in the .pdf document. Available file formats are: WMF, EPS, TIFF, PICT, BMP, JPG and GIF. Graphics, pictures and other non-text elements could increase unnecessarily the file size. To avoid this, graphics must be prepared at the right size and color depth before including them into the final document. Avoid cropping or other distortion to ensure a good printed quality of your document.

The use of JPG or GIF format is the best solution to decrease the total file size of your document.

How to transfer your document to EPE’22 ECCE Europe?

You can send your provisional full paper to the EPE’22 ECCE Europe Conference by clicking the « Submit » button on the bottom of this page. This button will direct you to the technical site for the submission of your document.

Before submitting your provisional full paper, you will have to log in into this technical website. Therefore, you might first have to create a profile. EPE’21 ECCE Europe-participants can log in using their details of the 2021 conference. This information will be kept and used for further contact up to the final registration for the conference, so please pay attention to the data that you will enter here.

After you created/accessed your profile, you will have access to a button « submission of synopsis » and you will be asked for a password.
The password is 2021D11L16

Only by typing this password, you will have access to the next window that will allow you to upload your provisional full paper.

Make sure your provisional full paper is ready for upload and reviewing before starting the process.

Please double- and tripple-check your document to avoid multiple file changes.



Intending authors should note the following deadlines:

    • Opening of submission system: the 26th of October, 2021
    • Receipt of provisional full papers: 31 March 2022 !!!  (ONLY Deadline)
    • Notification of Provisional Acceptance (for synopses uploaded before 22 December 2021): the 2nd March 2022
    • Notification of provisional acceptance (for provisional full papers uploaded before 31 March 2022): the 3rd of May, 2022


  • You can download a MS Word-template by clicking HERE.
  • You can download a LaTeX-template by clicking HERE.

Don’t forget that the provisional full paper must be submitted in PDF-format, and that it must be anonymous. No indication of the author(s) may appear in the document. (No address, company name or the alike).

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