point   Instructions for authors

Every participant of the conference has to be registered. For registration it is necessary to fill in the online application form that is to be found under Registration menu. Every registered participant has access to his or her personal conference account that is aimed to submit abstracts and full papers, to register accompanying people and to view details about board and lodging.
ATTENTION: It is important to keep all deadlines since some features of the conference account will not be available unless given deadlines are kept!

Abstract(s) and paper(s)
To submit your abstracts fill in the corresponding online form. After abstract was accepted, it is possible to submit your full paper in Word document format. The author is fully responsible for content and quality of text, tables and figures. Hence, it is important to strictly follow paper formatting according to the instructions noted in PDF file below. It is recommended to write the article directly into the template document that is also available for download. The minimum length of any contribution will be 3 printed pages and the maximum will be 10 printed pages (including figures, tables etc.). It is necessary to submit signed Copyright transfer form together with full paper. Submitted papers without signed Copyright transfer form will not be published.


Pdf icon  PROENG: Author guidelines

Word doc icon   PROENG: Template document
  Submission should be saved in MS Word 2003 format with doc extension.

Word doc icon   PROENG: Copyright form
  A scanned copy of the signed Copyright form is necessary to submit in PDF format together with full paper.

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November 5, 2012
Procedings of the MMaMS 2012 is now online here.
Procedia Engineering vol.48 (2012)
ISSN 1877-7058
    Papers Publishing
Ratio between accepted papers and submitted papers is 23,8%.
Procedia engineering  Elsevier

(c) Katedra aplikovanej mechaniky a mechatroniky, Strojnícka fakulta, TU v Košiciach 2012.
Created by Ing. Róbert Huňady, PhD.,  Translated by Ján Želonka.