Oral presentation should fit in 15 minutes including discussion. Oral presentation format should be in PowerPoint. You will have projectors, slide projectors and computers at your disposal in each room.
Posters will be presented in the own open session during the conference. Poster size dimensions should be standard: A0 or A1 size, no more than 75 cm wide 110 cm high (portrait orientation). Materials for fixing posters will be available in poster area.
All abstracts will be evaluated by the Scientific Comittee composed of academics. Best of them will be published in book of abstracts by Masaryk University. The abstract submission should be accompanied by a PDF file version. The abstracts should be sent to the following mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Abstract template is available for download HERE.
The length of abstracts is limited to one A4 page, single-spaced, 10 pt Cambria font with left, right and top margins: 20 mm, bottom margins: 15 mm, margins. Only greyscale illustrations may be accepted. Please follow the instructions in the Abstract template.
a) In-Text citation
. . . Smith's . . . (1958, 1963a, 1963b, 1967)
(Smith 1979, 1980, 1982)
(Black and White 2006, 2010)
(Dawson G.L. 1986; Dawson WM. 1986)
(Smith et al. 1990)
Black JA, White G, 1994. Special publication for student’s geology conference in the Central European region. Elsevier, Amsterdam.
Jackson N, 1998. Geology of the Brunovistulicum. – International Journal of Earth Sciences, Mineral Resources and Planetary Sciences, 27(2), 253-265.
Kettner R, 2002. Magnetické siločáry v exponenciálním prostoru. Acta Geologica, 17(2), 151-179. (in Czech)
EDITED VOLUME PAPERS
Norman J, 1992. Bohemia – cradle of the European mining. In: PD Smith and DB Jäger (Eds.). Geology of the world. Charles Univ. Press, Prague, pp. 278-321.
ARTICLE PUBLISHED ONLY ON WEB
Smith JA, Black RJ, 1990. Mining and artificial underground of western Moravia. GEOLOGY Web, http://www.abcs.com/red/fred
CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS PAPERS
Taylor MW, 1988. Frost and snow in the Heiligeberg Mountains. Final Proc. Int. Conf. Permafrost. Tapir, Trondheim, Norway, pp. 14-19.
UNPUBLISHED THESES, REPORTS ETC.
Zuller J, 1990. The gigantic amonites of Creataceous sediments. Ph.D. Thesis, Masaryk Univ. Brno, Czech Republic.