Call for paper 2016
Gtc 2017 – call for papers
It is our privilege to invite you to this special conference to share your cutting-edge study with other researchers. We are confident that you will find several peers to exchange ideas with and discuss future research at this conference. Graduate students, both M.Sc. and Ph.D. students, are also encouraged to apply their thesis works to this meeting.
Plenary lectures, invited lectures, and general submissions are all part of the meeting. Bio-prospecting, Computer Science, Nanoscience and Chemistry, Physics and Its Applications, and Geo-Maritime are the five symposia in this conference.
At least two foreign peer reviewers will look over the papers that have been submitted. Accepted papers will be published in Biological Research Journal (Pagepress), IEEE Xplore digital library, Materials Science Forum, Indonesian Journal of Chemistry, AIP Conference Proceeding, and Indonesian Journal of Geography journals and proceedings. Scopus has indexed these publishing houses. We may accept extended abstracts from those who do not want to submit a complete article.
Call for paper
Submissions must be no more than 30 pages in length, using the Springer LNCS format, and must not include any auxiliary supporting content. http://www.springer.de/comp/lncs/authors.html provides more information on the Springer LNCS format. All submissions must have page numbers, which can be done with the Latex command pagestyleplain.
Submissions must be made electronically in PDF format, and the submission process and connection will be announced at a later date on the conference website. All submissions will be blind-reviewed, and no author names, affiliations, or obvious references will be allowed. Within 30 pages, submissions should begin with a title, a brief abstract, and a list of keywords, followed by an introduction, main body, appendix (if applicable), and references. The introduction should summarize the paper’s contributions in a way that a non-expert reader may understand.
A clearly marked auxiliary supporting material may be appended after the submission if the author wishes. Auxiliary supporting content has no set format or page limit and can be used to provide software code or additional experimental data, for example. Alternatively, the auxiliary supporting material may be attached to the request as a separate paper. The reviewers are not expected to read the additional supporting documentation, and submissions should be understandable without it. Submissions that do not adhere to these standards may be rejected without being evaluated on their merits. The Springer LNCS format, in particular, must be used without changing the margins.
Call for papers engineering & technology
The conference is looking for submissions from academia, government, and industry that will present novel research findings in both practical and theoretical aspects of computer and communications security. Papers should be about the design, testing, implementation, or operation of safe systems. Theoretical articles must make a compelling case for the findings’ applicability to safe systems. Both aspects of computer and communications security are of concern and are included in the scope. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings by ACM Press.
The deadline for submissions is Monday, May 23, 2016 at 23:59 UTC-11. The review process will be divided into two stages, with writers having the ability to comment on the first.
Papers that have been published or that are being submitted to a journal, conference, or workshop at the same time must not significantly overlap. It is not permitted to submit the same work more than once. It is important to note that once writers receive the first step feedback, they cannot remove their papers from the process. Authors of approved papers must commit to presenting their papers at the meeting.
Call for papers instructional tips
The aim of this project is to look at how images, events, and ideas migrate through time and space in a wide historical and geographical context. It aims to make a contribution to the history of images that is founded on Aby Warburg’s methodology and process, but rethought in light of recent interdisciplinary, international scholarship. The project will recreate and create a rich scholarly approach that explores the uniqueness of images while also investigating the language used to convey ideas about cultural transfers and ideas about images. The political influence of global visual culture is also a priority.
Applicants with strong research skills in art history, transfer phenomena between Europe, Asia, Africa, and the Americas, anthropology, science history, and comparative literature are particularly encouraged to apply. Applicants must have a strong command of the languages applicable to their field of study, as well as excellent speaking and reading skills in English and a second language (preferably German).