IEEE Computer Society Adds Peer Review to Its Comprehensive Conference Publishing Services
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 6 September 2013 – IEEE Computer Society Conference Publishing Services (CPS) now offers a peer-review system to make the process of vetting conference papers easier and more convenient for organizers.
IEEE Computer Society's CPS will enforce deadlines, implement double-blind, detect conflict of interest, allow rebuttals, generate conference sessions, and collect e-copyrights as part of the peer-review offering.
CPS has been managing conference proceedings publication for organizers for decades. In addition to peer review, CPS offers:
- Highly qualified editors who manage every detail
- Automation and Web-based tools to simplify the process
- A free mobile application for iPhone, iPad, and Android
- Compelling graphics to make conference publications look appealing
- Indexing services
- Media choices, from books and CD-ROM to online and USB drives.
- Competitive pricing.
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