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Abstract Submission

Important date

Submission Deadline is 17.00 JST on January 9, 2009.

Format and submission

The abstract will be accepted in English only. The number of abstracts is limited to 2 for each contributing author. Abstracts must be submitted via e-mail (tjahj@yahoo.com).

The abstract should be one-page on A4 paper. The abstract should be prepared in Microsoft office (*.doc) format. The example of abstract and spesific format for paper is provided in download page of this homepage.

When you submit the abstract, you are asked to write submission information (please download from download page) and then send the submission information file along with the abstract file to tjahj@yahoo.com . Submission information includes session name, corresponding author's information (name and title, phone and fax number, e-mail address, etc), paper’s title, type of presentation preferred (oral or poster). Projector for PC will be equipped in the room for oral sessions.

The abstracts will not be accepted if they are not in the proper format, or insufficient submission information is provided. No facsimile submission is accepted. Abstracts are reviewed by the paper coordinator or editorial board. The paper coordinator (editorial board) holds the right to reject your contribution when sufficient scientific merit cannot be found in your abstract, and we notify you if your abstract is not accepted by the end of January 2009. Accepted abstracts will be published in an abstract volume. Submission of an abstract implies that organizing committee for HISAS 7 have permission to reproduce the abstracts in programs as well as reports related to the Assembly.

Due to limited time slots, authors who would prefer to make an oral presentation may be asked to make a poster presentation.

If you find any problem in submission, please contact tjahj@yahoo.com. Postal or other form of submission will be considered in case of technical difficulties.