Call for Submissions

Jo Swinnen, IAAE President Elect and Program Chair, invites submission of manuscripts for contributed papers and proposals for organized symposia and pre- and post-conference and learning workshops.


Alfons Weersink will manage the contributed papers process. There will be a unified submission process for all papers. All submitted papers will be subject to a blind peer review. Submitting authors will be asked to indicate their preference for presentation, either oral or visual (poster) and papers that pass the review process will be accepted either for oral or visual (poster) presentation. All accepted papers will be considered refereed contributions and accorded equal status. There are no restrictions on co-authorship. However, each co-author will be allowed to present only one accepted paper (oral or visual presentation) at the conference. The deadline for submission of contributed papers will be November 1, 2011. Corresponding authors will be informed of the outcome of the review and selection process by March 1, 2012. The presenting authors must register for the conference before June 1, 2012; otherwise the paper will be withdrawn from the conference program.


Organized symposia will be an important feature of this conference and members are hereby invited to submit proposals for these before November 1, 2011. Organized symposia will be 2 hour sessions which can involve short paper presentations, debates, roundtable meetings and panel discussions of prepared questions. The program committee will also welcome any innovative format as long as the organizer justifies how it fits into a tightly coherent theme. The emphasis of the symposia will be on discussion and at least half of the session time should be reserved for debate and participation of the audience.


Members are hereby invited to submit proposals for pre-conference and learning workshops. The deadline for proposals is November 1, 2011.


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