The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our priority. IEEE has been monitoring the developing COVID-19 pandemic (Coronavirus).
The World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 (Coronavirus) to be a pandemic, many governments have enacted travel bans and numerous state and local governments are prohibiting large or even moderately-sized public gatherings. After studying and evaluating the announcements, guidance, and news released by relevant national departments, we are sorry to announce that the in-person gathering of SPCE 2020, scheduled to be held November 16-17, 2020 in Portland, Oregan has been cancelled.
We are thrilled to announce that the SPCE 2020 organizing committee has been working diligently to develop an on-demand virtual meeting platform to take the place of the face-to-face meeting. The launch date for SPCE 2020 Virtual will be November 16, 2020.
Through the online platform, attendees will be able to watch all author presentations live as well as have the ability to ask questions and answers directly through a dialogue box on-Demand. All questions will be emailed to each presenting author directly and you will be able to interact through email to converse about your questions.
The IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society hosts a premier symposium annually on all relevant topics for workers and innovators in the product safety area. Join us in Portland, Oregon, USA for SPCE 2020 for two days of technical sessions and exhibits!
Call For Papers
Please go to the Submission page on the SPCE website for details & comprehensive submission instructions, including separate formal paper and presentation templates. Formal papers & presentations not submitted per submission instructions by the initial deadline may need to be held over until next year depending on the number of submissions. Please note, when serving as an educational presenter during SPCE 2020, speakers are permitted to introduce themselves and make reference to the company they represent, or their company activities, as is necessary for context within the course of their presentation. Company sales or other promotional activities should be reserved for other times.
The IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society seeks original and unpublished formal papers, presentations (without formal papers), workshops, and tutorials on all aspects of product safety and compliance engineering including, but not limited to:
- Global Market Access & Regulations, Compliance Management
- EMC & Wireless Compliance
- Environmental & Energy Regulations
- Batteries & Energy Storage Systems
- Medical Devices
- Compliance 101
- Hazard Based Safety
- Engineering & Safety Science
- Forensics, Failure & Risk Analysis, Assessment & Management
- Legal, Regulations, Directives & Consumer Protection
- Emerging Technologies & Innovations
|IEEE & PSES Members Early Registration||$185|
|Non-Members Early Registration||$235|
|IEEE & PSES Members Late Registration||$210|
|Non-Members Late Registration||$260|
|IEEE Life Members & Students||$85|
These Instructions apply both to Authors, who are publishing a Formal Paper and presenting it at SPCE and Presenters, who will be presenting a Presentation (without Formal Paper) at SPCE.
Please note that BOTH an Author of an accepted Formal Paper AND a Presenter of an accepted Presentation (without Formal Paper) MUST register for and attend the symposium AND present their work for it to be published in the proceedings. Works that do not meet these requirements will not be presented at the symposium and Formal Papers will not be published in IEEE Xplore. No exceptions. Cooperation from all involved in the 2020 SPCE will allow for the volunteer Technical Program Committee members and volunteer Peer Reviewers to assemble the best technical program possible. Thank you in advance!
Author Registration & Submission
Guidelines for Preparing Visuals for Presentations
Well constructed visuals can make your presentation more exciting, effective and memorable. However, in order for the visuals to accomplish this, it is critical that they be properly planned and prepared or they can become a liability rather than an asset. The guidelines on these pages are designed to help you make the most of your visual presentation.