Instructions for Authors
Abstracts should be 200-300 words.
Abstracts should be written in Microsoft WordTM format and should contain the title, author(s), affiliation and maximum five keywords.
Length of paper should not exceed 10 pages
Length of paper should not exceed 4 pages
Margins: 2,5cm margins in all sides. Custom paper (17cm x 25cm)
Type style: Times New Roman in 10 point.
Justification: All paragraphs should be left and right justified
Line spacing: Single-line spacing
Paragraphs: Do not indent the first line of paragraph. One line between paragraphs.
No underlining of words in text. Use bold characters instead.
Headings: All headings should be left justified and mixed case
Level one headings should be bold.
level two headings should be italic
Footnotes: Don't use footnotes
Pages Numbers: Pages are not numbered.
Title: The title should be centered at the top of the page and in mixed case.
Authors: The authors should be listed below the title, centered and in mixed case including: First name , initials, and surname, institution, department, postal address, country, email address
Abstract: A short abstract about 100 words of the major findings should follow the title.
Keywords: Key words should be added at the end of the abstract.
Figures and tables: The figure title should be below the figure, left and right justified
Table titles should be above the table left justified.
Equations: Double space between text and equations. Center equation on page. Number equations consecutively. Equation numbers should be in parentheses right justified.
Since equations often do not translate well between different word processing formats, it is likely that your equations will be scanned as images
References in text: In the text place the authors name and year in parentheses
e.g. (xxx,2001) if the authors name is not part of the sentence
e.g. xxx (2001) if the the authors name is part of the sentence
e.g. (xx et al., 2001) if the authors are three or more
Reference section: List the complete reference
Norton G. A , Mumford J. D., (1993) Decision Tool for Pest Management, Cab International, 279, pp.80-92.
Plant, R.E. , Stone, N.D., (1991). Knowledge-based Systems in Agriculture. McGraw-Hill, New York.
References should be listed in alphabetical order by author
Delivery: The full text of the paper should be supplied
- In a common electronic format (MS-Word, PDF or Postscript ) as an attached file via email
- If the text is in MS-Word format please send a paper copy so that the editor will be able to see the original/ intended layout of the manuscript.
Please send your manuscript to the Conference Secreteriat
Mrs Kiomourtzi Fedra
Mrs Tziaka Dominiki
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Department of Agriculture
Lab of Agricultural Informatics
54006, Thessaloniki, Greece
Tel: (+30) 2310 998898 / (+30) 2310998805
Fax: (+30) 2310 998828