Timeline & Paper submission


 

Timeline                                 

          

              11th May. 2015 – 1st announcement

 

    Plenary papers

 

              20th Dec. 2015 – Determination of plenary speakers
              15th May. 2016 – Final submission deadline for camera-ready copy

 

    Abstract and full papers

 

              27th Sep. 2015 – Abstracts due    Extend to 11th Oct.2015
              1st Nov. 2015 – Abstract Notification   Extend to 7th Nov.2015
              10th Jan. 2016 – Submission deadline of draft Paper Extend to 24th Jan.2016
              6th Mar. 2016 – Paper Notification Extend to 12th Mar. 2016 
              21th Mar. 2016 – Early Bird Registration Deadline Extend to 31th Mar. 2016 

              15th May. 2016 – Final submission deadline for camera-ready paper
              22th May. 2016 – Registration Deadline
              24th-29th Jul. 2016 – 11th ISHPMIE

 

Paper submission                    

   

    General requirements

 

Submission should be accomplished electronically through the login button on the homepage of the symposium website after registration. Although pdf, doc, docx files are accepted by the website, docx file is most recommended by the local organizing committees.

 

Abstracts and full papers must be original work. The same contents must have not been submitted to other symposiums or journals.

 

Abstracts and full papers must be in English. Detailed information for authors on style, including abstract and paper length, format, etc, and the templates are available at the symposium website.

 

All accepted papers will be included in the symposium proceedings, some of which will be published in a special issue of Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries depending on the evaluation of the peer-reviewing process and best paper/presentation award committee. All accepted papers should make oral presentations at the symposium by an author.

 

    Introductions for abstract

 

The abstract will primarily be evaluated with respect to relevance for the scopes of the symposium, and the work does not have to be complete at the time of submission. It should state briefly the purpose of the research, the methodology followed, and, to the extent possible, the principal results and major conclusions.

 

The entire abstract must fit on one A4 page (210×297 mm) in length with standard margins of 2.5 cm on all sides, including the title with author name(s), affiliation(s) and corresponding email, the main body with text, figures, tables, references and keywords.

 

The main part of the text should be written in 12 point Times New Roman. The paragraph and line spacing should be 3 points and single, respectively. The footer should not be modified.

 

Abstract Template: 11th_ISHPMIE_Abstract_Template.rar

 

    Introductions for full paper

 

The entire full paper should be no more than 15 A4 pages (210×297 mm) in length with standard margins of 2.5 cm on all sides. It should include a title with author name(s), affiliation(s) and corresponding email, abstract and keywords followed by sections containing an introduction, the main body of text, conclusions, acknowledgements, and references.

 

The main body of the text should be written in 12 point Times New Roman. The paragraph and line spacing should be 3 points and single, respectively. The footer should not be modified.

 

For figures, the quality of labeling, line thickness and other details should be suitable for archival publication, and any photographs must be provided as glossy prints. Ensure that each illustration has a caption, which should be placed below the illustration. A caption should ideally comprise a brief title and a description of the illustration to minimize amount of text within the illustration.

 

Number tables consecutively in accordance with their appearance in the text. Table captions should be placed above the tables. The numbers should not include the number of the section (or chapter). Place footnotes to tables immediately below the table body and indicate them with superscript lowercase letters. Be sparing in the use of tables and ensure that the data presented in tables do not duplicate results described elsewhere in the article.

 

All references should be extensive, i.e., containing the full list of authors, year, publication title, full journal title, volume, issue, pages (for journals); year, book title, publisher, edition (for books).

 

Paper Template: 11th_ISHPMIE_Paper_Template.rar