16-19 September 2019
Paderborn University, Germany
Europe/Berlin timezone

Submission Procedure

Symposia

A proposal for a symposium comprises title, abstract (1,500 – 3,000 characters), and the names, affiliations, and email addresses of the organizers of the symposium.

The proposal has to be submitted via the conference web site. Symposia will be approved by the IPC. The deadline for the submissions of proposals for symposia is 30 October 2018 (extended until 7 November 2018).

Proposals for contributions to symposia follow the rules for oral communications. Contributions to symposia will be approved by the organizers of the symposium. 

 

Workshops

A proposal for a workshop comprises title, abstract (1,500 – 3,000 characters), and the names, affiliations, and email addresses of the organizers of the workshop. Proposals for workshops have to be submitted via the conference web site. Workshops will be approved by the IPC. The deadline for the submissions of proposals for workshops is 31 January 2019.

 

Oral Communications

A proposal for an oral communication comprises at least a rationale for the research or theoretical or methodological contribution, a theoretical framework, an explication of methods, and a statement of results. It links to related literature in the field.

Proposals for oral communications are to be written in English. Authors are required to submit title and abstract of the proposal in a first step via the conference website (icmt3.math.upb.de). After the title and abstract are approved by the LOC (within three days approx.), authors can submit a paper of maximum six pages, which has to follow the formatting guidelines provided by the conference organizers. A template and guidelines for proposals are available at icmt3.math.upb.de.

Proposals for oral communications must be submitted as a MS-Word file via the conference website icmt3.math.upb.de. The deadline for the submission of proposals for oral communications is 31 January 2019. In order to ensure a consistent appearence for all papers in the conference proceeding, please use our paper template.

Each proposal for an oral communication is reviewed by two other authors who submitted a proposal. Proposals that do not conform with the formatting guidelines, or exceed the maximum number of pages may be rejected without further consideration or peer review. Authors will have the option to revise their submission once before the final decision about acceptance is made by the IPC.

Each author of an oral communication agrees to review up to two other proposals. Guidelines for review are available at the conference website (icmt3.math.upb.de). Reviews must be submitted via the conference website.

 

Poster

A proposal for a poster comprises at least a rationale for the research, a theoretical framework, an explication of methods, and a statement of results. It links to related literature in the field.

Proposals for posters are to be written in English. Authors are required to submit title and abstract of the proposal in a first step. After the title and abstract are approved by the chair of the IPC (within three days approx.), authors can submit a poster proposal, which may be up to two pages long. It has to follow the formatting guidelines provided by the conference organizers. A template and guidelines for proposals are available at icmt3.math.upb.de.

Proposals for posters must be submitted as a MS-Word file via the conference website icmt3.math.upb.de. In order to ensure a consistent appearence for all papers in the conference proceeding, please use our paper template.

Each poster proposal is reviewed by two other authors who submitted a proposal. Each author of a poster agrees to review up to two other proposals. The decision about the acceptance of posters is made by the IPC chairs. The deadline for the submissions of proposals for posters is 31 January 2019.

 

Further Modalities of Submission and Presentation

Each author is allowed to submit up to one proposal of each type (symposium, workshop, oral communication, poster), as the presenting author. Each conference participant may have his/her name on not more than four conference contributions in total.

The official conference language is English. The language for all types of submissions is English. Accepted contributions must be presented in English.

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