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Presentation Categories

Topic Categories

Presentation Categories
The scientific programme of the conference will include a wide range of interesting and useful activities designed to facilitate the exchange of ideas and information. These include invited keynote talks, contributed papers by participants, round table discussions, poster/demonstration sessions, panel sessions and workshops.

Conference Topics

Contributed Papers: Contributed papers for WARTHOG DELTA'01 are categorised into full papers and posters. When submitting an abstract, authors should indicate their preference. Abstracts of not more than 300 words of all contributed talks have to be submitted by 30 November 2000. Please write your abstract  using the template which can be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate link, doing it in SCIENTIFIC WORKPLACE, MSWORD or is LATEX (If you want the LATEX templates, ask us and we will mail them to you).  Abstracts of the talks accepted for presentation at the conference will be published in the conference program.  We may be able to accept some late entries for short papers which will not appear in the proceedings.

Full Papers (25 minutes):  Unless the author chooses not to have the presentation appear in the proceedings, full papers will be peer reviewed by two independent referees who will not know the identities of the authors. Accepted paper presentations will be published in either the Proceedings of the Conference, which will be published as a special educational supplement to the South African journal Quaestiones Mathematicae or in the case where the presentation is not a research talk, in the Communications of the Conference.  All abstracts will appear in the Conference Programme.  Full papers should not be more than 6 pages.   We prefer you doing it in MSWORD using the template which can be downloaded by clicking on the appropriate link or in LATEX. There will be an award for Best Full Paper.

Posters:  Static displays of innovative ideas/research findings suitable for pinning on a board. Posters enable presenters to demonstrate and discuss research, development and applications in progress in order to gain feedback and establish contacts.

Panel Discussions (1 hour): Panels will consist of about four members presenting different aspects of a relevant issue and interacting with the audience to broaden the discussion. The session chairs will be responsible for all aspects of their sessions, including inviting panelists, determining presentation/discussion schedules, and so on. Proposals to organise panel sessions should include the proposed names of the panelists, title of the session and a 100-word description of the topic of the session which will be published in the conference programme.

Round Table Discussions (1 hour) These sessions allow maximum interaction in informal, small-group discussions on a single topic. Many of us are trying new innovations and strategies in our work, but often we do not have the opportunity to talk with internationally recognised experts in an area and get advice from them on an innovation we wish to try out. You may submit a proposal for a round table discussion and the conference organising committee will select some of the most popular topics and arrange meetings between recognised experts and those interested in asking questions, getting feedback on ideas and plans, and seeking help in implementing an innovation. In your proposal, please include the topic of interest to you and if there is a person you think suitable to speak on such a topic, please list that person - it could be yourself.

Tutorials & Workshops (2 hours): Tutorials and Workshops are intended to enhance the skills and broaden the perspective of their attendees. They should be designed for learning a new area or to provide advanced training in an area.

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