Guidelines for submission of proposals for presentations
The duration of each paper will be 20 minutes (not including the question period of about 10 minutes).The papers will be given in English or French. Multimedia support will be provided in the form of video projector (for laptops), overhead projector, CD and DVD player, internet access and stereo sound system.
Submissions are to be made electronically to email@example.com
A submission must consist of
- The paper proposal abstract (in English or French, 450 words minimum and 600 words maximum), headed with your name, organisation affiliation (if any), contact address, telephone, and preferred e-mail address;
- Curriculum vitae (including a list of publications);
- Brief biography (150 words maximum).
The abstract should be ready for publication if the proposal is accepted (submit only txt or doc files, do not send documents in pdf).
All submissions will be subject to review by an international panel. At least one of the authors must present the paper at the conference. All participants (including lecturers) must pay the EMS09 registration fee.
A programme containing the paper abstracts will be available in advance on the EMS website and distributed at the conference.
Submissions from research students and early career postdoctoral researchers are particularly encouraged.
Paper acceptance decisions will be emailed to applicants by the beginning of February.
Accepted papers will be published on the Electro-Acoustic Music Studies Network website www.ems-network.org