|http://www.mdpi.net/fis2005||Third Conference on the Foundations of Information Science||http://www.mdpi.org/fis2005|
Authors of papers should follow the instructions hereafter. Please also have a look to:
(A) SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS AND PAPERS:
(B) PAPERS IN FINAL FORM:
The papers in final form are produced by the authors following the instructions above. After acceptation, the final PDF files provided by the authors will be loaded without alteration on the web page of the proceedings. So, much care is required in the preparation of the manuscripts.
A 1 Gb/s internet connection is available in the Conference Hall and in the backstage rooms, that could be used for presentation.
A screen projector from PC video output will be available to speakers using their own portable.
If you are bringing only a CD of your presentation, or if your presentation is available on the Internet:
Poster session rooms and the conference secretarial office are being provided by ENSTA.
Panels are going to be located in the entrance hall in front of the Conference Hall and in a nearby corridor.
Dimensions of each panel are 2 meters (length) x 1 meter (height).
In addition to the accepted papers, the posters could be published in the proceedings under the following conditions:
Near the secretarial office, PCs with internet access will be provided to attendees in order to read and send emails.
In the back of the conference stage, there are several office rooms and a small conference room where the Conference Organization Staff offices are going to be located. Internet connection is available.
Attendees with portable computers are going to be able to hook them to the internet, in the room nearby the room for Conference breaks. IP will be delivered by automatic DHCP. The connection hub should work for any type of portable: Linux, Apple or Microsoft.
Attendees without portable computers that wish to check their webmails are going to be able to use of the Olive room: one of the students' PC rooms that is going to be dedicated to FIS2005 attendees. This room is located on the second floor. Panels and arrows are going to indicate the way. All PCs in the Olive room are running under Linux (no PC is running under Windows at ENSTA). This should not be an inconvenience, since attendees are allowed to use only the Netscape web browser.