How to submit an abstract
Thank you very much for your interest in the 1st Joint Commission 2 and IGFS International Symposium – GGHS2016, co-organised with GGOS Focus Area 1 “Unified Height System”. Please follow the guidelines for the submission of your abstract. Please note that no abstract processing charge is levied for your submitted abstract(s).
Abstract submission bears the obligation of the author or one of the authors in case of a joint work, to complete the GGHS2016 online registration before or on the early-bird registration deadline in June 15, 2016. If no registration has been received by that date for one of the abstract authors, then the abstract will not be considered by the respective session chairs and the conference scientific committee for inclusion in the GGHS2016 program.
For the abstract submission, please use the Online Submission system provided in the GGHS2016 website. Abstracts cannot be submitted by fax and/or e-mail.
- Browse through the session programme and select the session of your interest to submit your abstract(s) to.
- Please use a WORD processor in preparing your abstract or other compatible software like, for example, LibreOffice. The abstract should have the following structure:
- Main body of abstract
- Keywords (please include 3-5 keywords)
- Session the abstract is submitted to
- Presentation preference
- Please use the WORD template file provided or follow the exact setting given in the PDF version of the template.
- Your abstract text should be 100-500 words.
- Please be as concise as possible, including the subject you want to tackle, the methods used and the main results achieved.
- Each abstract should be submitted as a WORD/PDF file using the Online Submission system provided in the GGHS2016 website.
License and Copyright
The following licence and copyright agreement is valid for any GGHS2016 abstract.
In submitting the abstract, the authors certify that:
- They are authorized by their co-authors to enter into these arrangements.
- They secure the right to reproduce any material that has already been published or copyrighted elsewhere.
- They agree to the following licence and copyright agreement:
- Copyright on any abstracts is retained by the author(s).
- Authors grant any third party the right to use the abstract freely as long as its original authors and citation details are identified.
- The abstract is distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License