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Student competition

In this competition students must be the first and leading authors of papers. Co-authorships with other students and/or faculty advisers are permitted. Such authors must be registered in the year 2006 at the university as either undergraduate or graduate students (e.g. bachelor and master in new Bologna studies). Particular author will be requested to provide verification in this regard (a student document) what also entitles him the reduced student registration fee.

Students must not compete with the themas from their Ph.D. work, however they are welcome to participate with such papers in other sessions, but for normal registration fee.

For students a special deadline - 21 May 2007 is proposed when they must submit their full papers (we recommend to use the template for final camera ready paper) while the acceptance will be confirmed till 30 May 2007. However, the camera ready version will have to be sent  through conference system according to the common deadline 9 July 2007.

Student papers will be published as regular papers and posters in the Conference Proceedings:
Volume 1: Book of Abstracts (printed, one page abstracts of papers or posters)
Volume 2: DVD volume with full papers and multimedia files

Each paper will be reviewed and scored by 3 reviewers. For the final classification the committee members will also take into account the presentation at the conference. The results of reviews and the results of oral presentations will be collected and three best papers will be selected.

The committee for student competition:

Igor Škrjanc, Slovenia
Richard Zobel, United Kingdom
Eužen Kindler, Czech Republic



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