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Submissions shoud be made using ConfTool
- Research Track papers should be submitted as full papers for peer review and for inclusion in the IJDC as reviewed papers. Papers should be no longer than 10 pages (excluding references & appendices). Submissions must use the appropriate full paper template.
- Practice Track papers should be submitted as extended abstracts for peer review. These should be no more than 1000 words. On acceptance, we will request a final paper of no more than 10 pages. A subset will be published in the IJDC as general articles. Submissions must use the appropriate abstract template (below) for the initial submission. The final submission should use the full paper template (above).
- Workshop proposals should include a title and overview of the workshop, plus any additional information e.g. draft programme, speakers, audience and maximum numbers. The workshops will take place pre and post conference. All workshops must be fully funded. Submissions must use the appropriate abstract template.
- Posters and demonstration proposals should include a title and an abstract. The submission template for abstracts must be used for poster proposals.
Our templates serve both as a means of formatting your submission and as an example of the required layout itself, providing a variety of examples in the complex area of citations and references.
If you have any queries about the template please contact us.
If your poster submission is accepted you will be required to produce a poster for display at the conference and to submit a PDF of the poster prior to the conference.
The ideal poster should be designed to attract attention, provide a brief overview of your work and initiate discussion. Posters need to be as simple and as clear as possible with an emphasis on graphics rather than text. Posters should adhere to the following guidelines:
- A1 portrait or landscape 33.11″ x 23.39" approximately 594mm x 841mm.
- Your poster should be one piece and not made up of separate sections.
- Finish: Laminate
- Your poster should include title, author(s) names, affiliations, institutional logos, where appropriate, and email addresses.
There will be a prize for the best poster
The workshops will be scheduled pre and post conference i.e Monday 24 February and Thursday 27 February 2014, workshops may also take place on Friday 28 February if there is sufficient demand.
Workshop submissions can be for a half-day or a full day and should fit with the conference themes.
Workshops can either be fully funded by the proposers in which case they will be free to delegates, or workshops can be fee based but the minimum cost will need to be underwritten by the proposers. All workshops will be run in partnership with the DCC.
Please contact us if you require further information