There are TWO publication options for the 12th International DYMAT Conference:
as Peer Reviewed Papers In European Physical Journal – Special Topics
as Conference Proceedings Publications
In European Physical Journal – Web of Conference
All submissions have to refer to one of the following topical areas:
- Experimental Techniques
- Microstructural Effects
- Modeling & Numerical Simulation
- Industrial Applications
Copyright Transfer Statement for EPJ-ST
License agreement for EPJ-WoC
All deadlines and formatting regulations will be strictly enforced. Late or wrongly formatted submissions will not be considered for publication!
Papers submitted to the “EPJ-Special Topics” will be reviewed and ranked.
Only the 35 best papers will make it to the EPJ-ST issue.
Rejected papers will not be published.
Papers accepted by reviewers but not ranked within the top 35 will need to be reworked by the author(s) into a conference proceedings paper (maximum length 6 pages) in order to be accepted for publication in the conference proceedings book (and online in EPJ Web of Conferences).
Information for Poster Authors
The posters may be hung up between 14:00 and 17:00 on Sunday, September 9, 2018 on the poster-boards provided, and must be taken down by 14:00 on Friday, September 14, 2018. Pins will be available on the poster boards and at the registration desk.
Guidelines for the content of the poster:
- The poster is a visual presentation of your research and it must represent the scientific value of your work in an interesting way.
- The poster should contain a short textual abstract, but also interesting graphs, illustrations, diagrams, and pictures relevant to the research. The graphical items can be different from those presented in the paper.
- The poster must explain why this work was done, what research methods were used, what are the main observations and results, and what is the impact of the work.
- The poster should clearly highlight the key findings of the work and their impact.
- The poster should be self-explanatory, understandable to the viewer, freeing the presenter from answering obvious questions. This allows the presenter to supplement the information given in the poster and discuss particular points of interest.
Guidelines for the visual presentation:
- The poster should be prepared according to the graphical guidelines of each participating institute/company, and it should include the logo, symbols, and other credentials of the participating research organizations, universities, and companies.
- The logo of the 12th DYMAT Conference can be added to the poster. A high-resolution version of the logo can be downloaded from the website.
- The text should be concise and it should be possible to read all text of the poster in about 5 minutes.
- The text, symbols, graphics, annotations etc. must be legible from a distance of about 180 cm / 6 feet.
Guidelines for the quality and size of the poster:
- The official size of the poster is standard A0 (84.1cm*118.9cm). The minimum acceptable size will be standard A1 (59.4cm*84.1cm). The posters should be in portrait format.
- The poster must be printed in colour, not black & white.
- The poster will preferably be printed on high quality paper using high quality graphics to ensure good overall quality.
- Pinning up a printout of the original research article or similar will not be allowed. Such presentations will be removed from the poster session.