Instructions for Authors

Abstract Format and Abstract Submission

Abstracts should be 1 page long and must include one illustrative figure outlining the quality of the results. Moreover, abstracts are expected to address the four major review criteria mentioned below. A comparison to reference solutions will be appreciated. An example of the abstract can be found here.

A pdf-version of the abstract should be submitted by 15th January 2020 via email to dualsphysics@gmail.com

Review Process

The quality of the abstracts will be assessed using averaged ratings for 4 equally important categories: i.e. (1) Novelty, (2) Code Improvements, (3) Current Limitations, and (4) Validations & predictive improvements over the state-of-the-art.

The abstract will be reviewed by the Workshop Committee. Notification of acceptance for presentation will be given by 25th January 2020 via email.

Information for Speakers

The time slot to each presenter is 15 minutes long. The presentation is expected to be 12-13 minutes and the remaining time will be used for taking questions.

The projector aspect ratio is 16:10. Slides designed in 4:3 ratio will be displayed without loss of size or quality.

A built-in PC is provided with Windows 10 and MS Office 2016. VGA and HDMI connections are available for laptops. In advance of your session, please either copy your presentation onto the built-in PC, or test your laptop. Workshop staff will be available to assist.