On this page find links to instructions, important dates, and other information for a successful week for presenters and chairs. The Call for Papers for the 2022 program opens in June. We look forward to you joining us in Orlando, Florida.
On this page find links to instructions, important dates, and other information for a successful week for presenters and chairs.
The Call for Papers for the 2022 program opens in June. We look forward to you joining us in Orlando, Florida.
Prepare your prerecorded presentation and publish your research in the SPIE Digital Library
Here's why submitting a presentation to the Digital Forum puts a spotlight on your work:
Make sure that your research gets timely publication in the SPIE Digital Library.
*SPIE partners with relevant scientific databases to ensure visibility for your research, including Astrophysical Data System (ADS), Ei Compendex, CrossRef, Google Scholar, Inspec, Scopus, and Web of Science Conference Proceedings Citation Index.
|Abstract submission deadline||4 October 2021|
|Author notification||3 December 2021|
|Manuscript due date||16 March 2022|
No, one registration will cover you across all of the papers you may be presenting.
Yes, registration is required for co-authors if they wish to access the Digital Forum content online.
Yes. Invited presentations require registration. Before you can upload your presentation, you will need to register.
Yes, before you upload your presentation, you will need to register. Please visit the meeting registration page for further instructions. Registration will open early January 2021. (Authors will be required to register for the Digital Forum and have an SPIE account.) Here is a link for full instructions.
The uploading link will be available from 19 January - 12 February 2021 to assure your research will be published and included in the Photonics West Digital Forum. Your adherence to the 12 February deadline is necessary for SPIE to process your content for inclusion in the Digital Forum. Here is a link for full instructions. Note: You must be registered before you can access the uploading system.
All contributed and invited oral presentations and poster presentations are not scheduled for a specific time and will be published on the first day of the Digital Forum and made available for on-demand viewing and comment during the period of the SPIE Digital Forum.
For all paid registrants, there will be two weeks of access to all the technical content, during the Digital Forum week and the week following. Paid conference registrants will have the opportunity to select their one proceedings volume and will then have ongoing access to it after the Digital Forum.
Please monitor your general conference's Slack channel for questions.
Since there will be no travel necessary for the Digital Forum, we are instead offering conference registration fee waivers. Information regarding this program can be found on the newly crafted Student Author conference support page. If you have further questions, please contact MemberSupport@spie.org