ICSC 2006 - ProceedingsSubmissions will be blind-reviewed accordingly to the following criteria: technical/theoretical relevance; significance, clarity of presentation and originality. All the authors whose abstracts have been accepted may present, by May 20th 2006, a full paper for the inclusion in the Conference Proceedings. Details of the procedure and format for submitting papers will be provided upon notification of abstract acceptance. Full papers and abstracts will be published in the Conference Proceedings CD-ROM, complete with ISBN. A selection of the best works will be considered for publication as full papers in Cognitive Processing, edited by Springer.
The extended abstract is a major version of the presented abstract. It will be at maximum of 1800 words long, with references formatted accordingly to the guidelines of Cognitive Processing and only one picture b/w.
The deadline for the extended abstract is May 30, 2006.
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Each author of a contributed oral paper has at disposal 20 minutes: with approximately 17 minutes for the presentation followed by 3 minutes for questions and change of session. We suggest that you limit the number of slides to a maximum of 15 - 20 slides. This will allow sufficient viewing time especially if the presentation is complex. Please do not exceed your speaking time. The session chair is provided with a time indicator to help keep the session on schedule.
The room will be equipped with a data projector and a laptop, but you can use your own for specific needs.
Equipment supplied by the ICSC2006 organization:
- Poster board (suggested size of your poster is A0)
- Poster number
- Poster pins
The title of the presentation in full and the names of all authors should appear at the top of the display. Lettering for this information should be no less than 48 points (we suggest Helvetica) for the title and slightly smaller for the authors' names. The subheading should not be less than 20 points. After the text is printed, it should be enlarged 1.5 or 2-fold. The audience will be standing from three (3) to six (6) feet away from the poster, and the lettering should be easily legible from that distance.
The remainder of the display should be arranged in a logical, coherent fashion. If illustrations or other materials are dry-mounted on stiff cardboard, make sure it is thin enough to be tacked easily to the poster board.
To the speakers using Power Point
All speakers presenting Videos or using Audio software are warmly invited to contact our technical assistance, and to check the equipment in their hall at the end of the previous day's session.
For the same reasons, all other speakers must be present in their hall about 15-20 minutes before the beginning of their session.