Instructions for Authors
► Instructions for poster submissions
Each poster should be prepared in portrait orientation (vertical poster). The maximum dimensions are: 84 cm (w) × 119 cm (h). You might want to use the standard A0 vertical poster format.
The poster should contain the title of the corresponding paper, the authors, institution and the institution’s location.
The aims of the study, the question to be asked or the hypothesis to be tested should be clearly and succinctly stated (in as few words as possible).
Briefly outline your methods. Provide details only for new methods or important modifications of older ones.
The conclusions should be succinctly stated in large type. Many attendees read this first, hence it should be easy to understand.
For Conference Proceedings please sumbit a full paper up to 10 pages or an extended summary of two to four pages following the format of the Sample Document.
► Instructions for initial abstract submissions
The abstract should be up to 20 lines (A4 paper size, 2 cm margins from all sides, using Times New Roman 12), excluding the Title, the Authors names, affiliations and keywords.
The abstract should be submitted through the registering form.
► Instructions for full paper submissions
Sumbit a full paper up to 10 pages or an extended summary of two to four pages following the format of the Sample Document.
Manuscripts (oral or poster presentations) must be written in clear and grammatical English and should be submitted through the registering form.
All accepted papers will be included in the Conference e-proceedings, which will be distributed at the Conference. Moreover, they will be published online at the Conference Series site.
In case you experience any problems please feel free to contact the conference secretariat at [email protected].
Manuscript should be written in English, using PC-based MS Word software, multiple-line spaced 1.15 throughout, justified, in A4 paper size with 2 cm margins from all sides. The maximum length of the full paper is 10 pages, while the length of the extended summary is at least 2 pages and up to 4 pages. Use Times New Roman 12 point characters, throughout the manuscript, unless specified otherwise. Separate paragraphs using a 6pt margin.
All papers/posters that will be presented at the conference are eligible for publication (after review) in one of the special issues of selected international scientific journals.
The title of the article should be written three line spaces (point 12) down from the top of the typing area, size 16 point bold, centered. The title should be written in capital letters.
Names of authors-affiliations
The names of the authors should be written in lower case letters; bold letters point 13, centered and separated from the title by one multiple line spacing 1.15. The name of the authors should be written with the surname in full, preceded by the initial(s) of the first name(s) (e.g. J. Gordon). The name of the authors should be followed by their affiliations: organization and full address, centered, point 12 characters. Specify by asterisk the corresponding author. Leave one 1.15-line space and write the e-mail, phone or fax of the corresponding author only, centered, point 12 characters.
Leave one 1.15-line space from the keywords and start writing the main text of the article. Headings should be set aligned left, and consecutively numbered (e.g. 1. INTRODUCTION, 2. MATERIALS AND METHODS, etc., 5. CONCLUSIONS). ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS and REFERENCES follow after CONCLUSIONS and are written without numbering. The main headings should be separated by one 1.15-line space from the text above and below, in bold capital letters. The secondary headings should be separated by one 1.15-line space from the text above and below, in bold characters and consecutively numbered (e.g. 1.1 Literature review, 1.2 The present situation, etc.). Only the first word should start with a capital and the rest in lower case letters, in bold characters.
Tables should be included in the main text, preferably after they are cited and as close as possible to their first citation and should be consecutively numbered by Arabic numerals. Write the word "Table" and the corresponding number (in bold characters) and then the table caption above the table columns. Table caption should be separated by the text above by one 1.15-line space. Tables should be referred in the text by Table 1, Table 2 and so on.
All drawing, graphs and photos should be as clear as possible, and should be included in the text as an integrated file. Figures should not exceed the margins of the typing area and should be consecutively numbered by Arabic numerals. Write the word "Figure" and the corresponding number (in bold characters) and then the figure caption below the figure. Figures should be numbered in the order that they are first cited in the text and they should be placed as close as possible to their first citation. Figure should be referred in the text by Figure 1, Figure 2 and so on.
Equations should be written in a separate line, left justified and consecutively numbered by Arabic numerals. Place the number of equations in parentheses at the right page margin and refer to them by Equation 1, Equation 2 and so on in the text.
Please ensure that the following system is used for all scientific and laboratory data: kg for kilogram, L for liters and g for grams. Chemical formulas should also be correct e.g. CO2 (not CO2). Decimal numbers must have a dot "." as a decimal point and not a comma ",". For example, 2.5 (not 2,5). Groups of three digits in numbers greater than 999 should not be separated by a space or comma, e.g 2500 (not 2 500 or 2,500).
References to works cited in the article should mention the name of the author and the year of publication. References should be listed at the end of the text in the order that they appear in text, headed by the word "References". Use the format recommended below for journal articles, conference proceedings, books, standard test methods, electronic publications.
Example for Journals
1. Kalwij I.M. and Peralta R.C. (2008) ‘Non-adaptive and adaptive hybrid approaches for enhancing water quality management’, Journal of Hydrology 358(3-4), pp. 182-192.
Example for Conference proceedings
2. Papapetrou, M. and Theodossiou N. (2012) A methodology for the stochastic approach of the geological structure of groundwater aquifers. Application to an aquifer in northern Greece, International Conference on Protection and Restoration of the Environment XI, pp 316-325, Thessaloniki, Greece
Example for Books
3. Bear J. (1979) ‘Hydraulics of Groundwater’, McGraw-Hill.
Example for Standard test methods
4. CEN (1997) Water analysis – guidelines for the determination of total organic carbon (TOC) and dissolved organic carbon (DOC), EN 1484. European Committee for Standardization (CEN), Brussels.
Example for Electronic publications
5. http://www.pre12.prd.uth.gr (accessed October 1st, 2013).