Call for Abstracts


If you wish to contribute please submit an abstract not later than January 25, 2016 to
michaela.schubert(at) .

The abstract shall not exceed two pages (size A4) and shall contain the following aspects:

â–«          Title

â–«          Full name and address of one author for correspondence

â–«          Full name, affiliation, address of other authors/co-authors

â–«          Purpose and approach of work

â–«          Scientific innovation and relevance to the addressed topics

â–«          Results and conclusions

â–«          File format: .doc or .pdf

Please download the “abstract instructions” for further information.

The workshop will include oral presentations and a limited number of poster presentations.  Poster presentations at the Workshop do not have a lower value than oral presentations. The poster session is designed to support discussion on important topics and provides high visibility of the contributions.  The abstracts with the best evaluation as determined by the Scientific Committee will be selected for contributions at the workshop. 

Authors will be notified for acceptance of their abstracts by the organization committee before March 1, 2016. All presentations and posters will be published (as pdf ) on the workshop webpage.

The contributors with an accepted abstract at the workshop will get the possibility to submit a manuscript for publication in the Workshop Proceedings. We plan to publish the accepted papers in Energy Procedia (Elsevier) after a peer-reviewing process. Deadline for manuscript submission is May 16, 2016.

Please note that videoconferencing will be implemented at the workshop, enabling participants to follow the Workshop from remote locations interactively. This will involve live streaming of oral presentations and podium discussions for the remote participants.













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