Guidelines for Author
TITLE OF THE PAPER
Title of the text should be in CAPITAL BOLD LETTERS with a font size of 14 pt., with a maximum length of two lines.
AUTHOR NAMES AND AFFILIATIONS
The name of the authors should be written in bold letters, with a font size of 12 pt. and the name of the presenting author should be underlined.
Institution names (Affiliations) should be in italic letters with a font size of 10 pt.
Please add the e-mail information of the presenting and corresponding authors in brackets.
The abstract (200 words maximum) should include the research aim or problem, a short description of the research background and methodology, and the key results or findings. Avoid direct reference to the text.
The text must be written in English.
Please use Arial 12 pt. as font and single line spacing for the abstract and entire text.
There should be a top margin of 2.5 cm and a bottom, left and right margin of 2 cm.
Leave 2 blank lines with font size of 12 pt. before the body text. The body text should be written with a font size of Arial 12 pt. It is the author’s responsibility to submit correct text (spelling, grammar, scientific facts, accuracy and layouts).
The abstracts and the text are evaluated by the Scientific Committee and the Conference Chair. A number of abstracts have been selected for oral or poster presentations in the context of the sessions.
Note: All parts of the manuscript should be typewritten, single line spacing, Arial 12 pt. Number manuscript pages consecutively throughout the paper. The entire original manuscripts should not exceed 8 pages in length.
Keywords: (up to 6 keywords)
MATERIALS AND EXPERIMENTAL METHODS
Prepare reference list in accordance with the Chicago Manual of Style. Cite in the text by author and date, e.g., (Smith 1983).
Riva, A., I. Algaba, and R. Prieto. 2003. Dyeing kinetics of wool fabrics pretreated with a protease. Coloration Technology, 118: 59-63.
Smith, M. 1980. Wool Textiles. New York: W. W. Norton.
Contribution to a Book:
Sakai, T., T. Sakamoto, J. Hallaert, and E.J. Vandamme. 1993. Pectin, pectinase, and protopectinase: Production, properties, and applications. In Advances in Applied Microbiology, ed. S. Neidleman and A.I. Laskin, 213-294. San Diego, CA: Academic Press.