Those wishing to submit papers must do so by 25 January 2008. Authors should provide abstracts of no more than 500 words.
All abstracts must be accompanied by an Abstract Submission Form, which can be downloaded at the conference website or at firstname.lastname@example.org and submitted electronically.
Case studies covering both the methodologies of investigation and remedial actions will be given prominence.
Abstracts should be in English and will be reviewed by the Organising and Technical committees. Authors will be notified whether or not their abstract has been selected for the conference by 7 March 2008.
Draft papers must then be submitted by 6 June 2008, reviewed again by the Organising and Technical Committee and final versions must be received by 10 October 2008.
Authors of papers which are accepted must present their work at the conference.
They will be eligible for a discounted conference fee in recognition of their work.
All papers will be compiled into a special volume of the conference proceedings.