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Instrucciones para autores

FORMAT

Every article must be written in English Language, in Microsoft Word processor in single space and sent in magnetic media. Articles must not exceed 10,000 words (9 pages). The file must contain all text and any tabulation and mathematical equations.

All mathematical equations must be written in Microsoft Word Equation Editor. This file must contain graphs and figures; additionally, they must be sent in a modifiable format file (soft copy). Also, abbreviations and acronyms have to be defined the first time they appear in the text.

CONTENT

All articles must contain the following elements that must appear in the following order:

  • Title

It must be concise (no more than 25 words) with appropriate words to give readers a good idea of the contents. It must be sent in English and Spanish language.

  • Author and Affiliations

Author’s name must be written as follows: name, initial of second name and surnames. Author’s affiliations must be specified in following manner and order:

  • Business or institution (including department or division to which he/she belongs).

  • Mailing address.

  • City (Province/State/Department).

  • Country.

  • Telephone.

  • Abstract

Short essay of no more than Two-hundred fifty (250) words specifying content of work, scope, and results. It must be written in such a way so as to contain key ideas of the document. It must be sent in English and Spanish language.

  • Key Words

Identify words and/or phrases (at least three) that recover relevant ideas in an index. They must be sent in English and Spanish language.

  • Introduction

The text must be explanatory, clear, simple, precise, concise, and original in presenting ideas. Likewise, it must be organized in a logical sequence of parts or sections, with clear subtitles to guide readers. The first part of the document is the introduction. Its objective is to present the theme, objectives, and justification of why it was elected. Likewise, it must contain sources consulted and methodology used, as well as a short explanation of the status of research if it were the case and form in which the rest of article is structured.

  • Body of the Article

It is made up of the theoretical framework supporting the study, statement of theme, status of its analysis, results obtained, and conclusions.

  • Equations, Tables, Charts, and Graphs

All of these elements must be numbered in order of appearance according to their type and must have at the foot, that is, exactly beneath the chart, graph, or picture the source from where data was taken and who made it.

Equations must be numbered on the right hand side of column containing it, in the same line and in parenthesis. The body of the text must refer to it as “(Equation x)”. When the reference starts a sentence it must be made as follows: “Equation x”.

Equations must be written so that capital letters can be clearly differentiated from small letters. Avoid confusions between letter “l” and number one or between zero and small letter “o”. All sub-indexes, super-indexes, Greek letters, and other symbols must be clearly indicated.

All expressions and mathematical analyses must explain all symbols (and units of measure) that have not been previously defined in the nomenclature. If the work is extremely mathematical in nature, it would be advisable to develop equations and formulas in appendixes instead of including them in the body of the text.

Figure/Fig. (lineal drawings, tables, pictures, figure, etc.) must be numbered according to order of appearance and should include the number of graph in parenthesis and a brief description. As with equations, in the body of the text, reference as “(Fig. X)”, and when reference to a graph is the beginning of a sentence it must be made as follows: “Fig. x”.

Charts, graphs, and illustrations must be sent in modifiable vector file format (Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power Period, and/or Microsoft Visio). Pictures must be sent in TIF or JPG format files, separate from the main document in a resolution higher than 1000 dpi.

  • Foot Notes

We recommend their use as required to identify additional information. They must be numbered in order of appearance along the text.

  • Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments may be made to persons or institutions considered to have made an important contribution and not mentioned in any other part of the article.

BIBLIOGRAPHIC REFERENCES

The bibliographic references must be included at the end of the article in alphabetical order and shall be identified across the document. For the citation of references use ISO 690 standards, which specify the mandatory elements to cite references (monographs, serials, chapters, articles, and patents), and ISO 690-2 related to the citation of electronic documents.

  • Quotations

They must be made in two ways: at the end of text, in which case last name of author followed by a comma and year of publication in the following manner:

“Methods exist today by which carbon fibers and prepregs can be recycled, and the resulting recyclate retains up to 90% of the fibers’ mechanical properties” (Davidson, 2006).

The other way is:

Davidson (2006) manifests that “Methods exist today by which carbon fibers and prepregs can be recycled, and the resulting recyclate retains up to 90% of the fibers’ mechanical properties”.

  • List of References

Bibliographic references of original sources for cited material must be cited at the end of article in alphabetical order and according to following parameters:

In the event of more than one author, separate by commas and the last one by an “and”. If there are more than three authors write the last name and initials of first author and then the abbreviation “et al.,”.

 

 

Lista de requisitos para los envíos online

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another conference for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Director).


  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.


  3. ll URL addresses in the text (e.g., http://pkp.sfu.ca) are activated and ready to click.


  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.


  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Conference.


  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed track of the conference, authors' names are removed from submission, with "Author" and year used in the bibliography and footnotes, instead of authors' name, paper title, etc.


  7. If submitting to peer review, all Microsoft Office documents (including Supplementary Files) have been saved by going to File and selecting Save As; clicking Tools (or Options in a Mac); clicking Security; selecting "Remove personal information from file properties on save"; clicking Save.


 

Términos sobre el Copyright

Los autores que presentan sus trabajos a este congreso aceptan los siguientes términos:

a) Los autores conservan los derechos de autor sobre su trabajo, mientras permiten que el congreso proteja este trabajo inédito bajo una Licencia de Atribución de Creative Commons, que permite a otros acceder libremente, usar y compartir el trabajo, con un reconocimiento de la autoría de la obra y su presentación inicial en esta conferencia

b) Los autores pueden renunciar a los términos de la licencia CC y celebrar acuerdos contractuales adicionales por separado para la distribución no exclusiva y posterior publicación de este trabajo (por ejemplo, publicar una versión revisada en una revista, publicarla en un repositorio institucional) o publicarlo en un libro), con un reconocimiento de su presentación inicial en esta conferencia.

c) Además, se alienta a los autores a publicar y compartir su trabajo en línea (por ejemplo, en repositorios institucionales o en su sitio web) en cualquier momento antes y después de la conferencia.

Declaración de privacidad

 

Los nombres y las direcciones de correo electrónico ingresados ​​en este sitio de la conferencia se usarán exclusivamente para los fines establecidos de este congreso y no estarán disponibles para ningún otro fin ni para ninguna otra parte.