Paper Submission

 

POSTER DIMENSIONS

Foam Poster Board Backing on easels will be provided for both Regular and Work-in-Progress Posters.  The backing measures 36 inches horizontally and 48 inches vertically.  This size poster board will accommodate very nicely an A0 sized poster (84 cm x 120 cm).  We recommend single sheet posters for easy mounting/dismounting with provided clips.

 

 

WORK-IN-PROGESS POSTER SUBMISSIONS ARE CLOSED

Submission Deadline - April 28, 2011

Notification of Acceptance - May 4, 2011

 

There will be limited space for work-in-progress posters at the 23rd International Colloquium on the Dynamics of Explosions and Reactive Systems.  In order to submit a work-in-progress poster, please follow carefully the submission guidelines below:

As with the regular papers, the submissions for the one-page (500 word maximum) abstracts for Work-In-Progress posters will be handled through the review website of Confmaster; it has been reopened to accept work-in-progress.  Simply type or cut-and-paste the abstract into the box of the submission webpage.

The website for work-in-progress poster submission is -  http://icders11.confmaster.net

We look forward to seeing you in Irvine in July!

 

 

REGULAR PAPER SUBMISSIONS ARE CLOSED

23rd International Colloquium on the Dynamics

of Explosions and Reactive Systems

CALL FOR PAPERS AND AUTHOR INSTRUCTIONS

July 24--29, 2011

Irvine, California

USA

 

As in the past, paper submission is being handled through the Confmaster software.

The website for paper submission is -  http://icders11.confmaster.net

Author instructions for submitting your extended abstract are available here or download it using the link below.

Templates for preparing the extended abstracts in Word (.doc) format or in LaTeX (.tex) are available in the links below.  Please use these templates to create Acrobat .pdf files for your submission; do not submit the .doc or .tex files to ensure proper formatting of the documents.

Please view the First Announcement and Call for Papers here or download it using the link below; feel free to distribute it to your colleagues.