CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

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ISUF2021 call for abstracts is now OPEN!

We are pleased to announce this call for abstracts for the 28th International Seminar on Urban Form (ISUF2021).

The Department of Architecture at the University of Strathclyde warmly invites interested researchers and professionals to submit proposals for participation to the conference for oral or poster presentations.

Deadline for abstract submission: Wednesday 23 December 2020 23:59 BST

Extended deadline for abstract submission:  Friday 22 January 2021 23:59 BST

Notification of acceptance of abstracts: Monday 15 March 2021 12:00 BST

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS

ISUF2021 call for abstracts is now OPEN!

We are pleased to announce this call for abstracts for the 28th International Seminar on Urban Form (ISUF2021).

The Department of Architecture at the University of Strathclyde warmly invites interested researchers and professionals to submit proposals for participation to the conference for oral or poster presentations.

Deadline for abstract submission: Wednesday 23 December 2020 23:59 BST

Extended deadline for abstract submission: Friday 22 January 2021 23:59 BST

Notification of acceptance of abstracts: Monday 15 March 2021 12:00 BST

We have extended the abstract submission deadline!
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Submission requirements

At ISUF2021 we accept proposals for poster or oral presentations addressing one of the four proposed tracks and, within each track, one or more topics. You will also be asked to state about your status (student or else), a preferred presentation method (oral or poster). Abstracts are limited to 300 words, excluding title and keywords, and  must be written and presented in English. 

There are no restrictions on the number of abstracts you may submit or on the number of submissions you may present but no more than one presenter is allowed for each submission. As part of the submission process, you will be asked to express a preference on your preferred type of attendance (i.e. in person or virtual).

All submissions are managed through the dedicated ISUF2021 ExOrdo online platform. 

For any queries, assistance or further information, please contact us at info@isuf2021.com.

How to submit your abstract:

instructions for abstract submission

Abstract for paper or poster

To submit a proposal for a poster or paper presentation, follow the steps below:

Step 1. Visit our  ISUF2021 Ex Ordo platform, register or log in with your username and password, follow the instructions to access the abstract submission form and choose poster or paper as presentation format.

Step 2. Specify a title for your proposed paper or poster contribution topic and write an abstract summarising your proposal (please note you have a 300 words limit).

Step 3. In the authors’ page, include the list of authors of the proposed poster or paper contribution with relevant affiliations, specifying designated presenter and corresponding author.

Step 4. In the topics page, select one of the proposed tracks. Confirm your preferred attendance mode and conclude the submission process.

 

How to submit a round table proposal:

Abstracts for round tables

To submit a proposal for a roundtable, follow the steps below:

Step 1. Visit our  ISUF2021 Ex Ordo platform, register or log in with your username and password, follow the instructions to access the abstract submission form and choose round table as presentation format.

Step 2. Select a title for your proposed round table panel and write all details about the topic you want to present in the abstract section of the form (plese note you have a 300 words limit).

Step 3. In the authors page, include the information (name and affiliation) of the following people:

  • The chair of the round table panel. He or she will figure as first author of the round table abstract and will act as corresponding author and main presenter.
  • The speakers will be presenting during the round table panel. Each speaker must be an author or co-author of at least one abstract to be submitted separately for poster or paper presentation.

Step 4. In the topics page, select one of the proposed tracks. Confirm your preferred attendance mode and conclude the submission process.

Step 5. Once the abstract for the round table is successfully submitted, the individual abstracts to be included in the round table should be submitted as separate entries.

 

How to submit a round table proposal:

Contact info:

Department of Architecture
Faculty of Engineering
University of Strathclyde
James Weir Building
75Montrose Street
G1 1XJ – Glasgow
United Kingdom
Conference organisers: info@isuf2021.com
Disability and accessibility enquiries:
+44 (0) 141 548 3097
architecture@strath.ac.uk

Find us

Technology and Innovation Centre
University of Strathclyde
99 George St
G1 1RD – Glasgow
United Kingdom

Contact info:

Department of Architecture
Faculty of Engineering
University of Strathclyde
James Weir Building
75Montrose Street
G1 1XJ – Glasgow
United Kingdom
Conference organisers:
info@isuf2021.com
Disability and accessibility enquiries:
+44 (0) 141 548 3097
architecture@strath.ac.uk

Find us

Technology and Innovation Centre
University of Strathclyde
99 George St
G1 1RD – Glasgow
United Kingdom