Wednesday, April 12, 2017

IAAE: Inter-Conference Symposium

Submission of full papers: Full papers written in English should be submitted via the ConfTool system NO LATER than June 1, 2017. The papers should be no longer than 10 pages total including Tables, and Figures (References do not count in the 10 page limit). Papers should be double spaced, use Times New Roman Font 12 with one-inch margins all around. The papers should provide a background section, a clear explanation of the core research question(s), data and methods used, results, conclusions and key references. Authors are asked to adhere to all stated requirements.

The corresponding author of each submitted paper commits to review at most 3 papers from other authors. In addition to obtaining a suitable evaluation, final paper acceptance is contingent upon the timely submission of the reviews for these papers.

Notifications of selected papers will be sent by July 1, 2017. At least one author of an accepted paper must register and pay the conference fee no later than August 15 for the paper to be included in the Program. All other Participants must be registered no later than September 1, 2017.

POSTERS: Some papers might be assigned to a Poster Presentation depending on recommendations made by the reviewers. During the Visual Presentation sessions, participants will circulate to hear your presentation and discuss your research. You should aim to present for approximately 5 minutes and then be prepared to answer questions.

ORGANIZED PANELS: We invite the submission of Organized Panels, with a due date of May 30, 2017. These proposals should be submitted by email to The Scientific Committee will be responsible for the evaluation and final decision regarding the proposals.

The purpose of the organized panels, which will be held as plenary or part of the parallel sessions, is to bring together 3-4 panelists that are working on a common topic, which may be related to the theme of the Symposium. The topic can focus on policy issues, research methods, emerging research results, and teaching or outreach. The sessions may have different formats but the typical arrangement is short presentations on a common theme. Regardless of the format proposed, all panels need to allocate an important share of the available time for interactions among the panelists and between the panelists and the audience (at least 30 minutes from a total of 90).

The Proposals need to include: session title; session rationale; names and contact information for the organizer and other participants; and a description of the format including plans for discussion. The proposal should be no longer than two pages.

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