|Procedure for Presenting Papers Proposals|
Before proceeding please read carefully the General Regulations
1. Submitting proposals.
Dates: From November 28th, 2011 to January 23rd, 2012.
Submitting: Please read the instructions about registration and submitting paper proposals
Format: Word / Open Office / PDF (the final publication will be in PDF), Times New Roman 12, spacing 1.5.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT INCLUDE THE NAME OF THE AUTHORS IN THE PROPOSAL FILE. (You'll be asked to include this information separately in the online form )The structure of the Proposals must have the following format (template)
2. Acceptance of the proposals by the Scientific Committee
Notification: from March 26th, 2012.
Important: The Scientific Committee reserves the right to decide the final presentation category. (Oral or Poster)
3. Inscription for the 7th CIDUI
In order to present a paper at the conference, at least the first author must register. The deadline for registration is May 31st, 2012 (April 30th if you want to opt for the reduced rate).
The entire process is done through platform, specifically enabled for this purpose. More information on the Registration section of the website.
4. Submitting full texts of papers
Dates: from March 26th to April 30th 2012.
The final result displayed on the website is responsibility of the authors, as readers will be told in the publication. To ensure the quality of the document we ask that you follow the template designed for this purpose.
5. Presenting papers during the Congress
In order to present the paper during the Congress, as a minimum, the first author must have made the corresponding registration and payment.
Oral presentations shall last ten minutes, and shall be followed by five minutes of discussion. To make sure the Congress runs smoothly, speakers are asked to set up and test their equipment and check their timing beforehand.
Speakers will have access to a computer, projector and internet connection. Oral presentations will take place in different time slots. Oral and poster presentations will all take place at different times
All papers, irrespective of the means of presentation (oral, poster or e-poster), will receive the same accreditation (i.e., "paper") both in their final publications and in the certificates awarded to participants.
*Special monographic sessions for topic-related and specialized papers
In order to delve into some of the preferential topics of the congress, the organization, following a proposal from the Scientific Committee, has decided upon the grouping of certain communications, similar in theme, in one monographic session. These sessions will last two hours. There will be a maximum of three special sessions.