Handbook of Research on Computational Science and Engineering: Theory and Practice
The Chapter Submission Deadline is on the 30th of March 2010.
Here is a reminder of some of the key features that you chapter should include:
- Prepare of your chapter according to the instructions/guidelines sent to you when your chapter proposal was accepted.
- The length of the chapter should be determined by word count and should be between 8000 and 11000 words.
- The chapter should include 7-10 key terms.
- The chapter should be submitted in word or pdf format. Please remember to remove the names of the authors and their affiliation as this will aid the blind review process.
- A separate document (this could be the main body of the email) should be submitted along with the chapter that contains information necessary to co-ordinate the review. This should contain the title of the chapter, a list of all authors with contact email addresses and the abstract.
The handbook will be divided into a number of sections so to help with filtering and organisation it would be helpful to have a reference to the section that you think best fits your chapter in the file name of the submission and in the subject line of your email.
- Hardware which abbreviates to hardware
- Numerical methods which abbreviates to numerical
- Programming paradigms which abbreviates to prog
- Visualization which abbreviates to viz
- Software development tools and practices which abbreviates to software
- Case studies which abbreviates case
- Organisation and social issues which abbreviates social
- General abbreviates to gen and should be used if your chapter fits none of the above categories
Where possible make the subject line and title of the file the same so that it reads:
<section abbreviation>-<lastname of lead author>-<first 6 words of the title>
Send your submissions by email to:
Last updated by Joanna Leng on the 30th March 2010.