Composing your paper
- The paper should be in US or UK English; please be consistent
- There is no specific length minimum or maximum; about 8,000-10,000 words would however be an appropriate length
- Author-date reference system (e.g. Ostrom, 1990) is preferred
- For stylistic issues, we refer to The Chicago Manual of Style Online (15th edition) for science and social science
- Submit your final paper before June 20, 2017, so that your fellow-participants will have sufficient time to read your paper via the conference website
Submitting your paper presentation
- Please only submit your paper in PDF-format
- You can upload your paper via https://www.iasc2017.org/upload
- Please also submit a very short (100-150 words; flat text and no references) summary of your paper via the upload page
- All papers need to be uploaded by June 20, 2017
Publication of conference papers
- A digital copy of all papers will be available online via the conference website
- A digital copy of all conference papers will be stored with the Digital Library of the Commons
- In case of any copyright issues, please inform us by separate e-mail via firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as you have uploaded your final paper.
Poster presentation guidelines
- Posters will be displayed at a central location at the conference venue. You can hand in your printed poster at the registration desk when you arrive at the conference.
- A poster pitch session will be scheduled, registered poster presenters will be informed later on about this.
- We will also display the posters digitally at the conference venue. Please submit a digital version of your poster before June 20, 2017, if you wish to use this opportunity to show your work
- The poster should summarize your research in a clear, attractive, and concise way
- The responsibility for printing the poster as well as the printing costs will be with the poster presenter
- The poster should be in US or UK English; please be consistent
- The poster should be A0-size (1189 x 841 mm, or 46.8 x 33.1 in), one-sided
Submitting your poster presentation
- Please only submit the poster in PDF-format
- You can upload your poster via https://www.iasc2017.org/upload
- Please also submit a very short (100-150 words; flat text and no references) summary of your poster via the upload page
- All posters need to be uploaded by June 20, 2017
Publication of conference posters
- A digital copy of all posters will be available online via the conference website
- A digital copy of all conference posters will be stored with the Digital Library of the Commons
- In case of any copyright issues, please inform us by separate e-mail via email@example.com as soon as you have uploaded your poster.
- Each presentation will last between 17-20 minutes (depending on total number of presentations in your session), please time your presentation and number of slides accordingly.
- Please make sure to have your presentation handed in on USB to the staff member designated to your room at least 15 minutes before the start of your session, so we can install and pre-run your presentation well in time.
- All presentations will be in English.
- In every room projection materials or a touch screen monitor will be available. In case of beamers a clicker will be available; in case of monitors, you can use the touchscreen functions. Ask our staff members for directions if necessary.
- In most rooms, microphones will not be necessary; where necessary, a microphone and speakers will be ready to use.
- We recommend you to use PowerPoint for composing your presentation. We cannot guarantee the proper working of other software on the equipment available.
- We recommend to keep your slides concise and limited in number; this will draw the attention to your presentation rather than to the screen.
- Suggestion: light text on a dark background is far better to the eyes of your audience.
- As many people will be using the conference wifi, please limit the use of online sources (audio/video) to an absolute minimum. In case you want to include sound and/or links to online sources, we recommend you to test these well before your session starts. We also recommend you to have an alternative presentation ready in case included links/audio/video does not appear to work properly.
- In case you have specific reasons to present from your own laptop, please inform our staff well in time. In most cases you will need a VGA connection or adapter to VGA connector