Papers, Posters, Panels and Workshops
Most of the information presented at PLEA 2016 will be through papers peer reviewed by our international scientific committee. However, we are also very interested in the contributions of the many non-academics who will attend. To achieve a well-rounded conference the organizing committee will accept proposals as technical papers, posters, panels, or workshops. In your submission please indicate your preferred format. All formats are equally important for PLEA 2016.
Technical papers will present cutting edge research in any of the conference themes. Innovative and creative theories, knowledge, methods, and techniques, products or case studies are acceptable.
Posters are similar to peer-reviewed papers but are not guaranteed an individually reserved time slot for presentation. They will be displayed at the conference and there will be an opportunity for review and discussion on a group basis. Work which is in progress may be more suited to a poster than to a completed paper.
Panels consist of a group of 3 to 5 individuals who will present a group discussion on a particular topic. The topic and the individuals must be defined in advance. One group member will be in charge of defining and submitting the proposal and delivering panel members to the conference. Panels will not be published unless otherwise specified.
Workshops are designed to allow information or skill transfer to the group subscribing to the workshop. Proposals should be made by a workshop head who takes responsibility for the content and delivery of the workshop.
To download the template for abstract submission click the link below:Download abstract template
To submit an abstract for PLEA 2016 in any of the formats go to our open conference submission system:Submit abstract