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Submission is closed now. The conference proceedings are available on HAL

Presentation guidelines

  • Oral presentations are 20 min, including 5 min for questions. Authors are kindly asked to upload their presentations directly in the respective lecture room at least 20 minutes before the start of the session. A lecture room assistant will be available for any help. Each room has a laptop, a beamer and a microphone. The laptops provide PowerPoint, Acrobat Reader and VLC player.
  • Poster presentations are scheduled during the cocktail party in the exhibition space on Tuesday, July 8, 2014. The poster boards are portrait having maximum dimensions of 841mm width by 1189 mm height. Posters should be put up in the Area R2 between 08:00 and 09:00 in the morning of Tuesday, July 8, 2014. A student assistant will help you to locate the board of your poster and to fix it with tape. Poster templates are available in PowerPoint and LibreOffice.

General guidelines

  • The presentation of an accepted paper at EWSHM 2014 - either for oral or poster presentation - requires the submission of a full paper (up to 8 pages) until 18 April 2014. The full papers will be read by the program committee to suit EWSHM standards for inclusion in the proceedings.
  • Furthermore, a short text abstract of max. 200 words is demanded during the submission, which can be the abstract of the full paper. It will be used for the book of abstracts.
  • The corresponding author needs to fill out, sign, scan and upload (as PDF) the copyright agreement form.
  • All co-authors of a paper need to be enlisted in Papercept (the conference submission system) and indicated during the submission of the final paper by the corresponding author in the respective order. Co-authors that are not enlisted will not appear in the programís author list and will not be enlisted as authors in the HAL database.
  • Each registered participant may submit and present up to two papers at the conference, while being co-author in further papers that are neither submitted nor presented by this participant.
  • The submission of final papers is linked to the conference registration. Authors whose abstract is accepted must register and pay the conference fee before submitting up to two final papers. Papers that are not linked to a registration will be removed from the program and from the proceedings.
  • Students or young graduates (thesis defense after 1 January 2013) can candidate for the Best Student Paper Award, if they are eligible (see Awards).
  • All conference participants will get a booklet of abstracts and a USB key containing the proceedings. All accepted papers will be published in the proceedings and will be made available in the open archives ndt.net and hal.inria.fr.

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