Call for special session proposals and papers
Special session proposals:
Proposals for special sessions are invited by 16th March 2020. The proposals should be no more than two A4 pages in PDF format and should provide:
- Title of the special session
- Names and affiliations of the session organisers
- One - half page abstract overviewing the aims and technical content of the session and indicating how the aims of the session relate to the overall conference aims
- Suggested speakers and topics for the session
It is expected that special sessions will last 90 or 120 minutes with at least 3 talks per session with each talk lasting between 20 and 30 minutes. One talk can give an overview of the topic.
Proposals should be sent to AMCTM2020@met.gov.ba with “SESSION PROPOSAL” in the subject line.Decisions by the International Programme Committee on session proposals will be communicated by 23rd March 2020.
Abstracts of up to two A4 pages in PDF format are invited by 30th March 2020. Although there is no required format for the abstract, authors may wish to use the World Scientific templates for abstracts (and later, full papers) in MS Word and LaTeX for the 9.00” x 6.00” book format available from www.worldscientific.com/style/proceedings_style.shtml . Authors can indicate their preference for oral or poster presentation.
Abstracts should be sent to AMCTM2020@met.gov.ba with “ABSTRACT” in the subject line. Decisions by the International Programme Committee on abstracts will be communicated by 27th April 2020, along with guidelines for full papers. Authors of the accepted abstracts are asked to provide full papers by 15th September 2020.
Publication of papers
Following peer review, invited and selected submitted papers will be published by early 2021 in the multi-author book “Advanced Mathematical and Computational Tools in Metrology and Testing XII”, which will be Scopus Indexed. The previous eleven volumes associated with the conference series have been published by World Scientific (http://www.wspc.com). Volumes IX, X and XII are indexed in the Web of Science.