YOUNG RESEARCHER PRIZE Preparation
The abstract should be restricted to one page including figures and tables. The opening paragraph should summarize and introduce the paper in a understandable manner and should be of interest to specialists and non-specialists.
The remainder of the abstract should speak of the specific interests of the problems and should be aimed at the more knowledgeable reader.
It must contain such pertinent details as objectives of the research, methodology employed, accomplishment and results, and the significance of the results obtained. Comparison of results with those of related work should be proceeded and some references should be given.
The use of graphs, tables, equations and line drawings is encouraged (text must also be in 9 points). Illustrations and images can be directly inserted to the paper sheet.
Full use of the entire page is strongly recommended.
A sample abstract is available on "Download forms" web page or may be requested from the congress secretariat.
All inforlmation must fit on one page.
There is no header, but a footer that should be centered below the columns and read as follows :
ESVB - 2013
May 10-11th, 2013, Strasbourg, France
The footer’s date line must not be lower than 0.9 cm from the bottom of the page
Top : 1,12 cm, Bottom : 1,90 cm, Left : 2,06 cm, Right : 1,5 cm, Column Width : 8,25 cm, Margin between Columns : 0,94 cm
Title must be written in BOLD CAPITAL LETTERS over the 2 columns and be followed by blank line.
The presenting author’s name must be underlined . This person is expected to present the paper.If emergencies at the time of the Congress prohibit the participation of this designated author, the chair(s) of the session and the secretariat must be notified as soon as possible.
No more than two presentations are to be given by one individual. It is the presenting author’s obligation to ensure that the abstract is presented. The authors’ names should be typed as above (surname followed of initials) using upper and lower case type. Titles like M.D., Ph.D., Mr., etc should not be used.
The name of the author presenting the paper should be underlined with the co-authors on the same line and on the next line if necessary. A blank line should precede the presenting author’s affiliation and address Another blank line should be inserted before beginning of the body of the abstract.
The text of the abstract should begin in the upper left column. The beginning of each paragraph should be in indented 5 spaces.
The text must be typed with simple blank line.
Text should be single-spaced. There should be no spaces between lines nor paragraphs Abbreviations should be spelled out in full when first mentioned, followed by the abbreviation in parenthesis.
There should be no abbreviations in the title of the abstract.