Publishing and Paper Presentation Options

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ICASSP 2025 offers several ways for authors to present their latest research:

  1.  Submit a conference paper
    Authors are invited to submit papers that are up to 4 pages for technical content including figures and references, and one optional 5th page containing only references. To maximize visibility and impact, all accepted papers will be published in IEEE Xplore digital library and will be freely accessible and downloadable by all, in final format, beginning one month prior to the conference and through the conference end date (Open Preview).
  2. Submit an open access journal paper in the IEEE Open Journal of Signal Processing (OJ-SP) Following the same timeline as the conference papers, authors have the option to submit their paper for publication in the IEEE Open Journal of Signal Processing (OJ-SP), the completely open access journal of the SPS, instead of in the conference proceedings. Papers submitted to OJ-SP prior to the conference submission deadline that are designated as being intended for presentation at the conference will receive expedited review to ensure that a decision is available in time for inclusion in the conference program.Open access is provided through the payment of an article processing charge (APC), paid after acceptance. To present an accepted paper at ICASSP 2025, the accepted paper must be covered by a full author registration fee.View submission instructions, APC’s on the Signal Processing Society website.
  3. Present an accepted SPS journal paper
    Authors who have published a paper in a Signal Processing Society Journal1 within the last year may submit an SPS Journal Paper Presentation Request to present the paper at the conference. Authors of papers that fit within the scope of the conference will receive an acceptance letter, and upon registration will receive an invoice and invitation letter to apply for internal funding and/or travel visa to attend and present the paper. Where possible, journal papers presented at the conference will be included in the conference proceedings provided to conference attendees, by downloading the original paper from IEEE Xplore® to include on conference proceedings for attendees. Journal papers will not be included in the conference proceedings published in IEEE.
    Eligibility requirements are outlined below:

    1. Paper topic should be aligned with the conference’s technical program, and authors should select relevant EDICS from the conference’s list;
    2. Authors of accepted journal papers must meet the same registration requirements as all authors, including the total number of papers that can be covered by a single registration.
    3. Paper must have been published or accepted for publication in an SPS journal within the 12-month period preceding the conference paper notification of acceptance date (i.e. the SPS Journal Presentation Request submission deadline);