12/06/2006 - Deadline for 4 page abstract
30/06/2006 - Notification of acceptance
Guidelines for Papers
Authors are required to submit one camera ready manuscript. This should not exceed four A4 pages including illustrations and references. Full details for submission can be found on the web site. Authors must use the template on the web. Contributions should be emailed as camera ready manuscripts (in word or pdf format) to email@example.com
The submission deadline is June 12th 2006.
Notification of acceptance will be given by June 30th and accepted abstracts will be published in the workshop digest which will be distributed to all attendees, and presented as posters supported by a short 3-minute oral presentation at the workshop. The best three posters will receive awards sponsored by the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering. After the workshop, IoP publishing will release a special issue of the Journal of Micromechanics and Microengineering covering MME 06. Selected authors will be invited to submit updated manuscripts for this special issue. These manuscripts will be refereed in the normal way.
An example manuscript (Word Document) can be downloaded by clicking here.
Guidelines for Posters
The maximum space available for each poster is 120 x 90 cm (height x width). Make your poster easy to identify, preferably by title, author(s) and the author affiliation(s) in the heading. Use clear and precise language. Avoid lengthy formulations and superfluous wording. Keep the text to a minimum and make a good use of illustrative figures. Use good resolution pictures and figures. Use contrasting colors. Avoid light color on light background and dark color on dark background. Do not use dark shadows with dark text.
Each poster will be introduced in an oral session, with a three-minute presentation. Due to the large number of posters to be presented, authors will be strictly limited to 3 minutes.
Authors should prepare a maximum of 3 OVERHEAD (acetate) slides for this oral presentation. Do NOT include a title slide. This will be provided by the organisers. (PowerPoint presentations are NOT possible due to time constraints). A slide with the poster title and authors will be displayed on a second screen so don't waste one of your three slides displaying this information!.
The oral presentation should focus on introducing the poster content and should not attempt to present detailed results, which are included in the poster and can be discussed in the poster session. At the end of the workshop, the best 3 posters will be awarded a 'Best Poster Award'.