- MARSS2020 in Toronto is moved to the next year due the Coronavirus pandemic. MARSS2021 will be held in Toronto on July 19-23, 2021.
Information for authors of accepted full papers for MARSS2020
Our Publication Chair team successfully negotiated with IEEE the submission of full papers accepted for MARSS2020 to the IEEE Xplore® digital library. Now we can suggest the authors of accepted full papers the following three options:
- Inclusion of an accepted full paper into IEEE Xplore® digital library. Detailed instructions on how to upload your final Full Paper for submission to the IEEE Xplore® digital library are available here. The deadline for the upload is July 5, 2020. The inclusion into IEEE Xplore® digital library is free of charge for the authors.
- Re-submission of an accepted full paper for the conference in Toronto next year. Paper submission to MARSS2021 will be opened in October this year. You may re-submit your revised full paper that takes into account the reviewers’ comments and is extended by new results achieved in the meantime. If you choose this option, then you do not need to withdraw your original paper through Easy Chair. This category of full papers (accepted for MARSS2020 and re-submitted to MARSS2021) will receive a special treatment. You will be requested to upload additionally a file summarizing all revisions and extensions. Each paper will be assigned to the same reviewers who will be advised to re-check the paper (for a formal reason) focusing only on the revisions and extensions. Normally the paper will be then re-accepted for MARSS2021.
- Withdrawal of an accepted full paper. If both options above are not appropriate for some reason, then authors may withdraw the paper through Easy Chair or just send a message to email@example.com, and MARSS Organization team will handle your request.
MARSS, the annual International Conference on Manipulation, Automation and Robotics at Small Scales, will be held on July 19-23, 2021, in Toronto, Canada. The conference is the flagship forum for cross-disciplinary R&D communities to discuss current activities related to manipulation and automation (including measurement and characterization) at micro and nano scales, and all kinds of small scale robots and their applications.