Address for correspondence
The Secretariat, ACODS-2012
C/O Prof. R. Padhi (General Chair)
Department of Aerospace Engineering,
Indian Institute of
Bangalore 560 012, India.
Phone: +91-80-22933036, 22932503
E-mail: [email protected]
Call For Papers
|We invite contributed papers in two categories: Regular (10
pages not more than 5Mb ) and short (5 pages not more than 2.5Mb). The regular papers are expected
to describe fairly detailed account of completed work and the
short papers will cover preliminary results or new ideas. The
papers will be reviewed with the same rigour as well established
international conferences. Our aim is to maintain the highest
quality in accepted papers. The proceedings of 2nd ACODS-
2012 will be brought out in advance as a CD and will be available
to each registered participants.|
|Important Deadlines Related to Paper Submission
IST : Indian Standard Time
|Initial Paper Submission
||31 October 2011 (IST) Paper submission is closed
15 December 2011
15 January 2012
Paper format :
* Papers should be submitted in the PDF format only.
* The paper length and file size should not be more than 10 pages and 5 MB respectively in any case.
* The papers should be written in double column format as per the style recommended for IEEE
* Profiles of all corresponding authors must be created before submitting the papers. However, It is
create profiles for all authors.
* It is mandatory that at least one author is registered before
submitting the final version. Else the final
version of the paper can not be uploaded.
* In case the paper is accepted and none of the authors can present the paper, the authors will be
responsible for making alternate arrangement for presentation.
For oral presentations, the hall will be equipped with a projector as well as a PC/laptop having Windows OS and MS Office 2003/2007. Mathtype will also be loaded onto the PCs and hence equations written in Mathtype should be OK. Acrobat Reader and VLC Media Players will also be available. However, anyone requiring any other software may like to bring his/her own laptop.
Electricity in India runs at 220V and the frequency is 50Hz. Plugs have two or three round pins. Instruments that are not compatible with this may require an adapter. Such adapters are available in Bangalore, but may not be readily available. Hence it is advisable for foreign delegates to come prepared with an appropriate adaptor (it is not possible to buy one in Bangalore Airport as passengers are not allowed to enter to the shopping area on arrival).