Your paper will be printed in the volume (either book or CDROM):
17th European Symposium on Computer Aided Process Engineering (ESCAPE-17), Bucharest, Romania, 27-30 May 2007 (Editors Prof. Valentin Plesu and Prof. Paul Serban Agachi)
The policy of the publisher ELSEVIER BV includes several aspects, after acceptence of papers in final form. As the acceptance message will come very soon, please let’s prepare needed documents, to be sent asap to the Editors. Deadline: 18 February 2007.
2. ELSEVIER BV Transfer of Copyrigh Agreement
3. NONFREE OFFPRINTS
manuscript should have ELSEVIER recommended format. For preparation of
your manuscript, please use the files “ESCAPE17
Template.dot” and “Guidelines
to write your paper for ESCAPE 17.doc”. We can read manuscripts
edited only in Microsoft WORD.
We expect to
receive your manuscript by 30th November 2006. After this date we
shall have great difficulties to receive manuscripts. Please send it
in time, as *.doc and *.pdf without numbering the pages, as attached
files via email :
Please name the files using the ID allocated to each abstract and
please use ID number always as reference with us. Example T1-322.doc
will be reviewed once more by the International Scientific Committee
and/or Special Reviewers who will decide, in the case of final
acceptance, about publication and presentation forms of the paper.
We are in some
delay, so we are expecting your effective collaboration to get in time
the manuscript in recommended format.
Each paper needs
to have at least one author registered (payment of registration fee).
One participant can count as registering author for only one paper.
Each participant to ESCAPE17 needs registration.
Proceedings will be included in a volume (containing a book and a DVD)
of ELSEVIER “Computer-Aided Chemical Engineering” series.
Up to 200 papers will be printed in the book of the volume and all
papers on the DVD. Each paper will have up to 6 pages (but even number
of pages !!!) to ensure uniform format for the whole volume.
We agreed with
ELSEVIER to also have a special issue of the journal Computers
and Chemical Engineering (no more that 300 pages) which will include
20-25 papers selected by the International Scientific Committee.