Authors are invited to electronically submit their abstracts by February 15-2008 by emailing them as attachments to the following two addresses : email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org. Abstracts should be submitted as Microsoft Word documents or plain text files and should not exceed 600 words.
Abstract file name : For identification purposes, the file name of the submitted abstract should include the presenting author surname, followed by a serial number (1, 2, 3..) signifying the number of this particular abstract in the case of multiple abstracts submitted by the same author, then a dash followed by the ISEA-12 session number for which the abstract is intended, and finally a dash followed by Y or N denoting if you plan to publish your paper in the ISEA 12 special Issue.
Examples : Appleton2-S7-Y.doc, or Hartree1-S5-N.txt
For your convenience we list below the ISEA-12 session numbers, their corresponding titles, and the conveners.
Preferred Abstract Format : Word document file. Please download the template file, doc-abstract-example , and follow the required structure, margins, font type (Times New Roman) and font sizes : for title (16pt - bold), authors (12pt - bold), affiliations (11pt) and text (12pt). Please reproduce the same format layout for your abstract. The abstract text must not exceed 600 words and should not include figures. Please include the email address of the presenting author after their affiliation.
Alternative Format: If you cannot supply a word document file please submit a plain text file. Download txt-abstract-example and reproduce the same exactly layout. Again, the abstract text must not exceed 600 words and should not include figures. Please include the email address of the presenting author after their affiliation.
ISEA 12 Sessions (open for submission)
Session S3 : Equatorial lower- and middle-atmosphere studies
Session S4 : Equatorial and mid-latitude MLT dynamics
Session S5 : E-region plasma physics
Session S6: F-region plasma irregularities: causes and effects
Session S7: Ionospheric electrodynamics: Theory, and numerical modeling
Session S8 : Coupling processes at low- and mid-latitudes
Session S9 : New techniques, experiments, campaigns, and results
Session S10 : Ionospheric storms and space weather effects
Session S11 : Where are we going? Outstanding questions, future trends and challenges