A B S T R A C T A N D F U L L P A P E R S
I N F O R M A T I O N
"Both abstracts and extended abstracts must be written in English, however they can be presented in English or Spanish during the congress".
Abstracts must be submitted electronically in .doc format through the 1st International Congress on Instrumentation and Applied Sciences web site: (http://somi.ccadet.unam.mx/icias2010/reg.php) under the following guidelines:
1. Contain information on the results obtained over the scientific research, the technological developments or the engineering solutions found. Papers must be related to instrumentation in the before-mentioned areas of the conference.
2. Papers describing the progress in methodological developments for posing and solving problems, both in the context of traditional monodisciplines, as in the multi, inter and transdisciplines are welcomed.
3. In case of presenting theoretical results, the benefits that will or may have such results’ application in praxis need to be highlighted explicitly. Also, in case the project contains experimental results, the theoretical conclusions and practical suggestions for technological development must be explained clearly and concisely.
4. Papers on technological development must present the results as well as the description of the processes of the design, construction, operation and application (industry, teaching, research, among others), without forgetting to mention, if it is the case, the existence of the prototypes and products, stressing the nature of the development (invention, innovation, technology transfer and other).
5. Papers should emphasize their originality and the results obtained. The corresponding file must not exceed a size 3 Mb; also, it must be single-spaced typed, in uppercase and lowercase letters and without indentation, with margins of 3 cm (1.1") on each side and justified on the margins. The font to be used is Arial, 10 points.
7. Each table should be part of the body of the document and have a heading containing a brief explanation.
8. All bibliographical and web references used in the preparation of papers should appear at the end of the paper, be numbered within square brackets [ ] and be part of the body of the document.