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Geomatics / Abstracts

Jan
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The program will be published by the end of April 2017.

the Dead Line for submitting your abstract is 30-1-2017

The dead line for submitting your paper is 15-2-2017

 

 

Instruction for Participants

 Extended abstracts no more than 1000 words in length should be submitted to the conference’s scientific committee in English or French  and in Arabic for papers written in Arabic. The abstract should address the objectives, methodology, and most important conclusions of the research. The title of the research should be stated. The author’s name should be given without any associated titles, followed by the institution the author is affiliated with, as well as the author’s mailing address and e-mail address.

  1. The abstract and the full research paper must be submitted in Microsoft Word format.

  2. The papers should be formatted in A4. The title for both the abstract and the full research paper should be given in bold using a 14 point Arial font forth Arabic and a 12 point Arial font for the English. The body of the work should be written in the same font of the same size without bold formatting. The text should be single-spaced and all margins should be 3 cm. Titles and headings should not be underlined.

  3. A table should be displayed on a single page if possible.

  4. Generic names and species epithets should be given in italics.

  5. Abstracts must be submitted by e-mail.

  6. Papers submitted to the Conference for acceptance must not have been previously presented at any other conference or published in a scientific journal.

  7. Presentations should be given using Microsoft Power Point.


Presentation Guidelines

  • Fonts: You should not use any font smaller than 24 point bold for any item you want the audience to actually be able to see. That is a minimum — larger is even better. For rare circumstances such as to label something, 18 point bold may work (but the audience may have to squint to see it).

  • Colors: If you use colors, make sure they are dark enough and in enough contrast with the background to be visible in a large room seating more than 100 people. If in doubt, try It out first.

  • Media: Transparencies, 35 mm slides, and short videos are all encouraged. Live demos are OK in very small snippets only. Here are more details about using live demos:

  • Include only very short live demos in your talk: Demos should be limited to a very _short_ portion of a talk (no more than 3 minutes). Live demos do not allow the essential points of your paper to be communicated well, and the audience is left unenlightened about what your work is actually contributing. Also please remember that any text in your demo will probably not be readable in a large room. Although demos do not thrive very well in paper presentations, VLHCC’XX encourages demos in other forums. If you have a portable version of your system, please feel free to bring it for one-on-one interactions with other attendees.

  • Control your use of time: We have a careful schedule that has been designed with a number of constraints in mind, and we need to keep to it. The session chairs will be instructed to enforce your time limit. Thus, you should decide in advance which of your topics you will omit if your presentation is moving slower than you expected. One way to do this is to attach sticky notes here and there to your notes or transparencies such as “omit this topic if I’ve already used 10 minutes” — and bring a stopwatch that keeps track of the time for you.

  control your use of time: We have a careful schedule that has been designed with a number of constraints in mind, and we need to keep to it. The session chairs will be instructed to enforce your time limit. Thus, you should decide in advance which of your topics you will omit if your presentation is moving slower than you expected. One way to do this is to attach sticky notes here and there to your notes or transparencies such as “omit this topic if I’ve already