|May 21, 2019||Extended Abstract Submission Opening|
|September 30, 2019||Extended Abstract Submission Deadline|
|October 11, 2019||Notification of Review Committee Decisions|
|September 16, 2019||Registration Opening|
|October 30, 2019||Registration Deadline|
|October 30 , 2019||Full paper submission|
|November 05, 2019||Reception|
|November 05 and 06, 2019||XIV RWIO|
Instructions for Submissions
The proposal should not exceed 8 pages (double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12-point font) and should include charts, graphs, diagrams, references, etc. The proposal should also have a 125 word abstract.Click here to submit your abstract
Blind Review Process
To preserve anonymity, author names should NOT be identified in the paper.
All proposals will be assessed through a double-blind peer review system prior to acceptance.
Final paper submission
– Paper size: A4;
– Letter: Times New Roman/ tamanho 12;
– Single space – one column;
– Justify alignment;
– Margins – top: 3 cm; bottom: 2 cm; left: 3 cm; right: 2 cm.
– Page numbering in right and bottom;
– Heading in capital letters and subheading in small letters;
– Format – PDF;
– Maximum of 16 pages, including text, illustrations and references.
– Endnotes should be used only if absolutely necessary and must be identified in the end of the text by consecutive numbers,
– Reference style: APA or ABNT/NBR-6023
Suggested structure of the paper
– Research problem and objectives
– Theoretical approach
– Results analysis
Structured abstract (submission page)
– Title (máx. 190 characters)
– Keywords (máx. 3)
– Introduction (máx. 600 characters)
– Research problem and objectives (máx. 600 characters)
– Theoretical approach (máx. 600 characters)
– Methodology (máx. 600 characters)
– Results analysis (máx. 600 characters)
– Conclusion (máx. 600 characters)
– References (máx. 600 characters)
Presentation in the event
- The workshop organizers will group a small number of papers that are similar in topic and/or methodology in parallel sessions.
- One or more senior scholar familiar with the topic or method in question will chair the session.
- Each presenter will have 20 min to make a brief presentation of his/her research. Then a discussion of 10 minutes will occur. We strongly recommend that presentations be structured around four questions:
- What is the research question?
- Why is this question important?
- How did you develop your answer?
- Based on your results, what conclusions can you draw?
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