INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARATION
All submissions should be written in English with a minimum of 4 pages but without any maximum limit on the number of pages (page size fixed as A4, 297mm x 210mm).
Please kindly download the WORD template or LaTex template provided below which provides authors with guidelines for preparing manuscripts for ISSW32.
All submissions should be uploaded in pdf format. Online full paper submission begins on 1 February 2019. For student authors who are participating in the Student Competition, full papers are due on 31 March 2019. For all other authors, the full paper submission deadline is 30 April 2019.
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Student authors are encouraged to participate in the Student Competition. A total of 12 winners will be selected based on the best oral and poster presentations. Each winner will receive an award of USD250 generously provided by the International Shock Wave Institute (ISWI). For the sake of fairness, submission for the Student Competition have to satisfy the following criteria:
- The author must be a registered student of a university or institute of higher learning at the time of the actual Symposium (that is 14-19 July 2019). The student must be able to provide documentary evidence that he/she is a student.
- Full papers for the Student Competition must be submitted latest by 31 March 2019. Full papers must follow the guidelines provided.
- The student must attend ISSW32 in Singapore. The student must register and make full payment of registration fees.
- For Oral Presentation, the student must be the presenter. For Poster Presentations, the student must be physically present beside his/her poster to present his/her work personally to the judges and other symposium participants.
If any of the above criteria are not fulfilled, the author will be disqualified from the Student Competition.
SUBMISSION OF FULL MANUSCRIPTS
All submissions must follow the guidelines provided in the given template.
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