Abstract Due Date 01/11/2018
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You are invited to submit abstracts for technical papers, technical sessions, and panel discussions for the Forensic Engineering 8th Congress. Session proposals should be consistent with the conference topics listed in this announcement.
Prospective authors and session organizers are invited to submit a one-page abstract in English not to exceed 250 words, outlining the scope of the paper or session and how they believe it would benefit the professional community.
Abstracts for papers
should include names, titles, credentials, and affiliations of authors and coauthors. The complete mailing address, telephone, and e-mail address of the primary author also should be included.
Abstracts for sessions
should include the session title, session abstract, name of the proposed session chair and contact information, including an e-mail address.
Abstracts for panel
discussions should include the panel discussion title, an abstract, the name/title/affiliation of the proposed moderator and contact information, including an e-mail address. The names/titles/affiliations of the proposed panel members should also be included.
PAPER DEPOSIT FEE
Authors whose abstracts or draft papers are selected will be requested to submit a final paper along with the paper deposit fee of $150 by the prescribed deadline. Submitting a paper for the conference constitutes agreement that, if the paper is accepted, the author will register for the conference at the appropriate fee(s), attend the conference, and make the presentation in person.
The deposit fee will be credited toward the conference registration for the author submitting the final paper. Upon acceptance of the paper, the registration discount code and instructions will be forwarded to the author. Authors uploading more than one paper will pay only one deposit fee. If an individual uploads a paper but a substitute author will present the paper, please note the deposit fee will not apply to the substitute’s registration fee.
All paper deposit fees are nonrefundable and nontransferable, and payment of the deposit fee does not guarantee the author a copy of the proceedings. Authors must attend the conference to receive the proceedings. Should an individual pay the deposit fee but fail to register for the conference by the prescribed deadline, the individual’s abstract/paper will be removed from the conference program and proceedings, and the deposit will not be refunded. All expenses associated with the preparation, submission, and presentation of abstracts and papers are the responsibility of the authors. Proceedings
will be supplied to registrants as electronic files in a USB drive. Only full papers will be considered for publication.
All expenses associated with the preparation, submission and presentation of abstracts are the responsibility of the authors and co-authors. All attendees are required to pay conference registration fees.