Author Information

Dear Author Speaker,
On behalf of the IEEE ENERGYCON committee, we would like to thank you for your patience and understanding during this difficult time of transition.
As you know, the 2020 ENERGYCON Conference has been moved to a hybrid meeting. Due to travel restrictions, authors are welcome to present their papers virtually.
A virtual platform is under development in order to provide you the greatest experience of Online meeting. The platform will include all recorded presentations available for all registrants during 90 days, easy networking opportunities between participants and speakers. Digital booths will also be a great opportunity to talk online with sponsors. 
The Q&A session after each paper presentation will be live. Authors should be online during the session according to the conference schedule and participate in live to reply to the questions received after presenting the recorded presentation. 
The participation in the Q&A live session is required in order to submit the paper for publication in IEEE Xplore digital library and for possible extensions in Journals and Transactions.
Please note that the program is presented in GMT+1 time (Tunis time). In the virtual platform, you will be able to easily access the agenda in your local time.
Note: Please verify your talk title, authors names and organisations, Abstract, and the Name of the presenter. If needed, please access the easychair platform and update your paper details (by 21st September 2020) with both roles: as author role and as Proceedings role.
Author(s) for each accepted and registered paper should record a video of their paper presentation (15 minutes) and submit the following form by 21st September 2020:
Your presentation video will only be made available to the conference attendees, from 28th September till the end of the year.
Tips for recording:
1. Use as quiet an area as possible.
2. Avoid areas that have echo:
         a. Rooms should be fairly small;
         b. Sound dampening with carpeting, curtains, furniture.
3. A good headset with a microphone set close to your mouth BUT away from direct line of mouth to reduce “pops”. Try to avoid using default, built-in microphones on your computer, if possible.
4. Do a test recording of a couple of minutes and review the sound and picture quality, in the MP4 or WMV format, and check the bit rate before recording your entire presentation. Make adjustments as needed.
Helpful Trainings:
Record a slide show with narration and slide timings <link>
Turn your presentation into a video <link>
Further details about the virtual platform access will be sent soon!
Please don’t hesitate to contact us by email to <>
We look forward to meet you virtually soon!