Call for Papers - (closed)
Submission of Abstracts
The opportunity to submit an abstract to the conference closed June 30, 2010, however poster submissions from qualifying students are still being accepted (please see below).
The contributions to be considered for inclusion in the Conference Proceedings will be selected by the Local Organizing Committee on originality, significance, interest, clarity, relevance and correctness on the basis of the abstract. See list of accepted abstracts.
To prepare a full paper, see Instructions for Authors.
Call for Posters
The poster forum allows researchers to present recent and ongoing projects. The poster session is an excellent forum to discuss new ideas and get useful feedback from the community. The poster submission should include a brief description of the research ideas(s) and the submission must not exceed two pages. Abstract should be electronically submitted by e-mail to the conference chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Accepted posters will be displayed at the conference.
Please note these and other important dates and deadlines:
|First Call for Papers (abstracts):||
September 1, 2009
|Second Call for Papers:||
January 1, 2010
|Third Call for Papers:||
April 1, 2010
|Deadline for Abstracts:||
June 30, 2010
|Deadline for Manuscripts:||January 1, 2011|
|Final (revised) Manuscripts:||June 1, 2011|
Draft manuscripts are due to the organizing committee January 1, 2011.
Papers may be accepted "as is", "edited" or "rejected". Papers that are "edited" will be returned to authors for corrections. The final (revised) manuscripts must be received by the organizing committee no later than June 1, 2011. All accepted manuscripts will be sent to the book publisher on July 1, provided that the presenting author has submitted registration (and payment). The local committee peer review is a very important part of the process and authors are requested to respect the January 1 deadline as posted. (See deadlines.)
Please forward the full paper by e-mail in .doc format. To prepare a full paper, see Instructions for authors.
Only papers with a presenter fully registered for the conference will be included in the final Proceedings publication.
Publication of proceedings
Papers presented at ICSP-11 will be published in book format after the conference and distributed to attendees (included in registration fee) and also made available for purchase. Papers will be made available for download at the ISCSP website only after September of 2014.
All papers submitted to ICSP-11 become copyright of the International Scientific Committee for Shot Peening (ISCSP).
Last Revision: Sept. 14, 2010