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Among Experts & Practitioners
In Energy Development & Pollution Abatement.
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Papers are invited on topics that are within the scope. Researchers
interested in developing a specific technical,economic or social
session should contact the Local Organizing Committee (LOC) for
additional information. The official language of the conference
is English. Papers and all correspondences will be in English.
HOW TO SUBMIT PAPERS
Abstracts of 300 to 400 words
should be received through mail, fax or email by the Local Organizing
Committee prior to January 31, 2003. Abstracts will be reviewed.
Authors will be notified of acceptance by March 31, 2003. No manuscript
will be returned. Full-length papers, in Microsoft word format and
with a maximum of 6 pages including tables and figures, are due
by May 31, 2003. The author(s) will be noticed of acceptance one
month after the manuscript is received.
The author(s) should be responsible
for the paper. The proceeding committee has the right of paper modification.
The submitted abstracts and full-length papers will be peer reviewed
to ensure consistent technical and grammatical levels. The author(s)
should declare if he or she doesn't agree with this.
ADDRESS FOR ABSTRACT/PAPER SUBMISSION
Dept. of Environmental Science and Engineering
P. R. of China
TEL: (86-731) 882-1697; FAX: (86-731) 882-3701
PROCEEDINGS AND SPECIAL JOURNAL ISSUE
The proceedings of this conference will be published in Hunan University
Press and will be available to delegates at the time of registration.
In addition, selected papers will be reviewed and published in a
special issue of an international journal after the conference.
PAPER AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION FORMAT
Papers or abstracts should be submitted in duplicate with an electronic
version (diskette, CD or e-mail) processed through Microsoft Word.
The paper should includes title, author(s), Affiliation(s), abstract,
key words, text and references. The length of the manuscript, including
figures and tables, should not exceed 6 pages for normal papers,
or 8 pages for keynote papers. Technical terms and mathematical
symbols used should be defined where they first appear in equations,
figures, tables or text. Type single-spaced on one side of white
paper of size A4(210cmí┴297cm) made up in Microsoft word, and use
Times New Roman. The top, bottom, left, right margin are 4cm, 4cm,
3cm, 3cm, respectively.
The title should be brief, no more than 14 words. The authorí»s
name(s), address, telephone and fax numbers, their present employment
and e-mail address should be typed below the title line.
The body of manuscript should be preceded by an abstract with the
length of 300 to 400 words for a full-length article. It should
be intelligible in itself without depending on references cited.
No more than 10 key words should be provided at the bottom of the
Text should be organized by 1, 1.1, 1.1.1, etc.. Symbols of quantities
should be italic, symbols of vectors should be bold and italic,
and symbols of matrices should be capitalized, bold and italic.
International System units should be used throughout the paper.
No English unit is allowed.
5 Tables and Figures
Figures and tables should be below to the text which refers to
them for the first time. Figure captions should be typed below the
figure. Tables should be numbered consecutively and titled above
each table. The size of lettering should be font 9. All table columns
should have an explanation of each table. Contents of table and
figure must appear in the text.
All references should be arranged in alphabetical order of the
authorsí» names and grouped together at the end of the paper. An
example of reference is given as follows:
 Brouwer R, Dewit CT. A simulation model of plant growth with
special attention to root growth and its consequences. In: Whittington
W J, ed. Root growth. London: Butterworth, 1969. 224~244
 Fletcher R. A new approach to reliable metric algorithms. Computer
J, 1970, 13(2): 317~322
 Cairns R B. Infrared spectroscopic studies on solid oxygen:
[dissertation]. Berkeley: Univofcalifornia, 1965