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Call for Abstracts
The ZEMCH 2012 conference reviews advances in research, practices outstanding international experiences and technological innovations in response to design, production and marketing challenges of delivering zero-energy mass custom homes in developed and developing countries. For the submission, each abstract should contain no more than 300 words with or without illustrations. All submissions will be peer-reviewed.

Please send your abstract(s) in PDF at info@zemch.org via your own email account. The conference organising committee will confirm the receipt of your submission within 48 hours. If you have not received any response within the timeframe, please contact the conference coordinator directly at m.noguchi@gsa.ac.uk to ensure the submission.

Oral Presentation Guidelines and Formats

Please click here to obtain the Word full paper template. The complete full papers in Word should be submitted using DROPBOX file sharing folders by 30 th June 2012. Please note that only formatted full papers submitted before the deadline will be considered for inclusion in the conference proceedings. In addition, selected papers will also be included in an academic journal to be published in 2013. The maximum length of each oral presentation is 15 min including 3 min discussion. All presenters are requested to upload their PowerPoint presentation slides in dedicated DROPBOX folders by 31st July 2012.

All poster presenters are also requested to submit their own full papers, as well as deliver a 5 min oral PowerPoint presentation before the face-to-face poster discussion. Accordingly, please upload max 5 page PowerPoint presentation slides in the DROPBOX and bring the hardcopy display poster to the registration desk when arriving at the conference venue. At the desk, the presentation number will be given to each presenter in order to put up the poster on the dedicated wall.

Poster Presentation Guidelines

The max poster size is A0. The major sections of the poster should include the title, abstract, introduction, research m ethods, results and discussion.The poster includes a brief overview of the study, which can be explained in more detail in a one-to-one conversation with the reader. For further tips on the layout of an effective poster presentation, presenters are encouraged to visit http://lorien.ncl.ac.uk/ming/Dept/Tips/present/posters.htm

Organising Partners :

Universidade Nova de Lisboa GSA LNEG
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