Posters will be displayed throughout the entire workshop, there will not be a formal poster presentation. Posters are intended to provoke conversation, discussion etc. We are thinking of putting the posters in the room where the buffet lunch will be served so that they get maximum exposure. Although there will be no formal presentation the authors presence to discuss the poster will be be valued.
Each poster will have an A1 size poster board dedicated to it. Make sure text is large (readable from a distance of 0.5 metre) Use as many graphics as you like, bold images work best. Creative and artistic images welcomed.
Your extended abstract will appear in the Proceedings. You are welcome to revise your submission as long as we receive the revised version by 30th August.
Revised submissions will be accepted in ASCII text, HTML and Microsoft Word format. No additional formating will be performed and submissions will appear as received by the organisers.
The following are some suggested layout guidelines. These guidelines are not compulsory for the workshop Proceedings. However, papers selected for journal submissions will need to adhere to them.
Papers and abstracts must appear in English and be printed (or printable) on A4 paper. Text should be in Times, 12pt. Papers should have a title page with the paper title, author's names and affiliations. Margins should be 3cm, and text should appear 2.5 cm from the top and bottom. Abstracts to full papers should be 200 words, with 5 keywords. Citations should be in alphabetical order by first authors' name with letter suffixes for papers written in the same year.
Final decisions regarding journal publication will be made at the workshop.