Citing and referencing: Conferences

A guide to the styles recommended by Monash schools and departments for students and researchers

IEEE Resources:

Conferences

Conference Papers (Print)

Rule:

[#] A. A. Author, "Title of paper," in Abbreviated Name of Conference, Location of Conference (if provided), Month and Day/s of Conference (if provided) Year of publication, pp. xxx-xxx.

Example:

[1] M. Ge and J. Li, "STEM intervention strategies: Sowing the seeds for more women in STEM" in 28th Annu. Conf. AAEE, Sydney NSW Australia, 2017, pp. 254-262.

Guidelines:

All references end with a full stop

Check that you are using the standard abbreviations for conferences

Still unsure? Refer to the IEEE Reference Guide (2018)

 

Conference Papers (Online)

Rule:

[#] A. A. Author, "Title of paper," in Abbreviated Name of ConferenceLocation of Conference (if provided), Year, pp. xxx-xxx, doi: xxx.

Example:

[2] A. Chan and E. Croft, "Modeling nonconvex workspace constraints from diverse demonstration sets for constrained manipulator visual servoing" in ICRA 2013, Karlsruhe Germany, 2013, pp. 3062-3068, doi: ​10.1109/ICRA.2013.6631002.

Guidelines:

All references end with a full stop, unless the reference ends with a URL

If there is no doi available, include the URL in its place, and format the reference as follows:

[#] A. A. Author. (Year). Title of paper. Presented at Abbreviated Name of Conference. [Type of medium]. Available: URL

[2] A. Chan and E. Croft. (2013). Modeling nonconvex workspace constraints from diverse demonstration sets for Constrained Manipulator Visual Servoing. Presented at ICRA 2013. [Online]. Available: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/6631002

Check that you are using the standard abbreviations for conferences

Still unsure? Refer to the IEEE Reference Guide (2018)