I was going through a few links (web pages) to/of the conferences which are going to be organized by few institutes under the publication name of IEEE or IEEE societies.

However, to my surprise, I came across a conference where the peer-review is provided within probably 24 hours. For example conf_surprise. I am not providing clear details on this, one could easily check it out.

The committee of the conferences contains a list of reputable scientists (actually numerous). Given the quality look of the website, the conference looks fraudulent, although there exists a record number in IEEE Xplore.

Though I understand that it is the headache of IEEE or the organizers, I find it really difficult to submit any papers there or suggests anyone to submit to such conferences.

Question: Should I report about such quality (authenticity of the committee) of such conferences to IEEE directly? Can it harm us if I present my good quality paper there along with a set of really junk papers; -- I have been very rude here, but, I have come across conferences publishing junks.

Your Answer

By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you agree to our terms of service, privacy policy and cookie policy

Browse other questions tagged or ask your own question.