Monday, May 7, 2012

Information about registration and full papers

Below are some important information about the registration process and full papers:

Registration Fee:
-       Early Bird  Registration Before July 15, 2012         : 320 EUR
-       Normal Registration Until September 21, 2012      : 480 EUR

CAUMME 2012 Registration Fee Includes:

        Book of  Proceedings
        Welcome Reception
        Symposium Dinner
        Coffee Breaks
        Congress Bag

Other registration details will be announced later on the symposium web page:

Deadline for Full Paper Submission, May 25, 2012
Notification of Reviews/Acceptance of Full Papers, July 10, 2012
Deadline for Final Full Papers Submission, September 21, 2012

Early Bird Symposium Registration, July 15 July 30,  August 31,2012
Deadline of Symposium Registration, September 21October 7, 2012

Symposium, November 21 – 22, 2012
Post Symposium Tour, November 23, 2012

Publication of Full Papers

All accepted papers will be published in the Book of Proceedings and a maximum number of 30 papers will be published in Megaron or Archnet-IJAR e-journals (max. 15 papers per each journal). The papers should be sent according to the text formats given at the end of this document.

Megaron is an official publication of Yıldız Technical University, Faculty of Architecture. It is anonymously peer-reviewed e-journal that considers for publication original articles, research briefs, book reviews and viewpoints on planning, architecture, design and construction.

Megaron indexed in
-ULAKBIM Social and Human Sciences Database,
-EBSCO Host Art & Architecture Complete,
-DOAJ, and Gale / Cengage Learning.

Megaron Website                  :
Information for authors         :
E-ISSN                                   : 1309 – 6915

Archnet-IJAR that is International Journal of Architectural Research is an interdisciplinary scholarly online publication of architecture, planning, and built environment studies. The journal aims at establishing a bridge between theory and practice in the fields of architectural and design research, and urban planning and built environment studies. It reports on the latest research findings innovative approaches for creating responsive environments, with special focus on developing countries. The journal has two international boards; advisory and editorial. The range of knowledge and expertise of the boards members ensures high quality scholarly papers and allows for a comprehensive academic review of contributions that span wide spectrum of issues, methods, theoretical approach and architectural and development practices.

IJAR indexed in
-       EBSCO Products, EBSCO-Art and Architecture Database.
-       Every Index to Architectural Periodicals.
-       INTUTE: Arts and Humanities Database.
-       DOAJ: Directory of Open Access Journals.
-       Pro Quest Arts and Humanities Database.

Website & Information for authors  :
E-ISSN - International (Online)        : 1994-6961
E-ISSN - United States (Online)       : 1938-7806

Guidelines for the Full Papers:
Manuscripts may be submitted in English. The preferred length for manuscripts submitted is between 5000 and 7000 words including Notes and References.
Manuscript preparation: Manuscripts should have double-line spacing, leaving sufficient margin on both sides. The font size (12 points) and style (Times New Roman) of the main text should be uniformly taken into account. All pages of the main text should be numbered consecutively. Cover letter, manuscript title, author names and institutions and correspondence address and abstract in English should be provided before the main text.
The cover letter must contain a brief statement that the manuscript has been read and approved by all authors, that it has not been submitted to, or is not under consideration for publication in, another journal. It should contain the names and signatures of all authors. Abstracts should not exceed 250 words. 
Figures, illustrations and tables: All figures and tables should be numbered in the order of appearance in the text. The desired position of figures and tables should be indicated in the text. Legends should be included in the relevant part of the main text. Authors are themselves responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce copyright material from other sources. 

All references should be numbered in the order of mention in the text and should be given in abbreviated form (author, year of publication and page numbers) in footnotes. The style and punctuation of these abbreviated references should follow the formats below:
1 Kuban, 1987, s. 43.
2 Ünsal, 1972, s. 135.
3 Alkım, 1958, s. 201. 
4 Having provided an overview of the literature, this section focuses on…. 
5 Kuban, 2002, s. 97.

The references should be listed in full at the end of the paper in the following standard form. If several papers by the same author and from the same year are cited, a, b, c, etc. should be put after the year of publication.
Journal article; 
He, S. (2007), “State-sponsored gentrification under market transition: The case of Shanghai”, Urban Affairs Review, 43:2, 171-198.

Chapter in book;
Lichfield, D., (1998), “Integrated planning and environmental impact assessment”, In: Lichfield, N., Barbanente, A., Borri, D., Khakee, A., Prat, A. (eds), Evaluation in planning: facing the challenge of complexity. The Netherlands, Kluwer Academic Publishers; p. 151-77.
Edwards, B., (2005), Rough Guide to Sustainability, London, RIBA Enterprises.

Kılınçaslan, T. ve Kılınçaslan, İ. (1992), “Raylı Taşıt Sistemleri ve İstanbul Ulaşımında Gelişmeler”, İstanbul 2. Kentiçi Ulaşım Kongresi, 16-18 Aralık 1992, İstanbul, İnşaat Mühendisleri Odası İstanbul Şubesi, s. 38-48. 

Unpublished thesis;
Agat, N. (1973) “Boğaziçi'nin Turistik Etüdü”,  Basılmamış Doktora Tezi (unpublished PhD thesis), İstanbul Teknik Üniversitesi, Mimarlık Fakültesi.
Internet sources should be listed at the end of the reference list in the following standard form: [Accessed 14 April 2008]

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