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Organised by:
The Centre for Water Systems, School of Engineering,
Computer Science and Mathematics,
University of Exeter, UK

 

Paper Format and Submission


Paper Format

These guidelines are for the papers and Proceedings of the Computing and Control in the Water Industry Conference at Exeter, CCWI2005.

Click here to download the template required for full paper submission

This template is for Paper preparation in Word, and with A4 paper size setting only. The Proceedings will be printed black & white, A4 size; figures must be clearly legible when reproduced in black & white. 

The template has been designed to ensure that all papers are submitted in a common format. You should copy this template in a folder on your computer to prepare your paper. 

The final publication of the papers will be A4 size and in one column format. Maximum paper length is 6 printed pages.   Failure to comply with these instructions may result in your paper not being included in the Proceedings.

All papers must include an abstract with the paper submission.

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Paper Submission

To submit your paper, please send both a MSWord file using the template above, together with a PDF copy to the email address ccwi2005@exeter.ac.uk.

PDF converters are available for download on our Links webpage.

The deadline for full paper submission is 1st June 2005.

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Publishing Agreement

Papers will only be accepted for the conference if at least one author per paper has signed the publishing agreement on the Permission to Publish Form.

Please complete and sign the form and fax to:

The Centre for Water Systems,
University of Exeter,
Fax No: +44 (0)1392 263646

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Endorsed by


CIWEM

Institution for Civil Engineers
Copyright 2005 [University of Exeter]. All rights reserved. Revised: Monday, 22 August 2005