We recently submitted a paper to a large IEEE conference (ISIT 2019). We have not yet heard back from our reviewers and the dates for the same have passed (it has been a week since). Is this anomalous (delays), or are there situations as per protocol when authors are not notified of their reviews? Is this common to expect in EECS conferences?

Edit: We received an email on the 10th of March that reviews would be provided to authors within the next day; several of our peers have corroborated that they have received the same and responded with rebuttals. The conference website, however does not state this date officially. And for context, the notifications for the conference are due on the 31st of March. The conference website is accessible here.

  • What dates have passed? The notification date? Review due date? – Thomas Mar 19 at 6:56
  • @Thomas The review due date. The final notification is due 10 days from now. – Television Mar 19 at 7:09
  • Have a look at : academia.stackexchange.com/q/58985/72855 – Solar Mike Mar 19 at 7:23
  • In my experience the reviews are due to the PC, not the authors, authors only see the reviews around the notification date (or during the rebuttal phase if the conference has this). – Thomas Mar 19 at 7:49
  • I am confused why there is a "review due date", beyond the internal one for the reviewers, which is normally not disclosed to the public. Can you maybe share the link for the conference website? – lighthouse keeper Mar 19 at 7:50

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