SPIE conference attendees will see a section called "My Conference Proceedings" within the My Account page. This section will include links to the Proceeding volume(s) that you have selected as a part of your conference registration. When you register, you can select online access to a single Proceedings volume (basic registration) or to a collection that contains multiple topically related Proceedings volumes (registration upgrade). You may also purchase additional online or print Proceedings beyond what you choose with your registration plan.
When do “My Conference Proceedings” become available?
Most Proceedings are published on the SPIE Digital Library 2-4 weeks after a conference. When the Proceedings that you selected with your conference registration become available, you will receive an email to let you know that you can access them.
Because papers are published individually over a period of several weeks, not all papers from a particular conference will be immediately available. Please remember to check back periodically to view newly published papers.
How do I access My Conference Proceedings?
Online access to your selected conference Proceedings is available using your SPIE login credentials. To access your Proceedings:
Sign in with your SPIE account credentials at https://www.spiedigitallibrary.org. Click the SIGN IN link at the top of the page. If you do not have an SPIE account, create one using the email address you used to register for the conference.
Once you have signed in, click My Account at the top of the page, then click My Conference Proceedings. You will see links to your selected Proceedings volumes in the My Conference Proceedings tab.
Note: If your organization subscribes to the SPIE Digital Library, you can also access this content via your organization's subscription when accessing the SPIE Digital Library through your institution's network.
How long will I be able to access the Proceedings?
You get unlimited ongoing access to the online conference Proceedings that you receive when you attend an SPIE conference.