Authors are requested to upload an abstract of two pages following the format and instructions noted in the abstract template document, which can be downloaded below. Please state clear objectives, results and conclusions and indicate any preference the Author(s) may have for final submission as a paper or poster. Accepted papers will require a 20 minute presentation at the Symposium, and posters will be displayed with the potential for short oral presentations during one or more sessions. The Technical Committee will make the final determination as to whether the submission will be accepted as a paper or poster. Authors will be notified of acceptance and format prior to the Acceptance Deadline. All accepted abstracts will be posted on the BMD 2019 website after Author acknowledgement of acceptance.
- 1 OCT 2018: abstract submission open
- 31 JAN 2019: abstract submission deadline
- 1 APR 2019: notification of paper acceptance
- 20 AUG 2019: full paper submission deadline
You will submit a single PDF file to email@example.com, using the templates given above, and with the file name that will include authors’ surnames, e.g. Surname1Surname2_abstract.pdf.
You will submit a single PDF file to firstname.lastname@example.org, using the templates given above, and with the file name that will include authors’ surnames, e.g. Surname1Surname2_paper.pdf.
There is no template for the poster, however you will include the header reported in the abstract template, with the conference name, location and dates. The maximum size of the poster is A0 (841x1189mm). You will bring the poster to Padova and the poster will be attached to a poster board on the first conference day. You will also submit the poster as a single PDF to email@example.com and with the file name that will include authors’ surnames, e.g. Surname1Surname2_poster.pdf.
A best paper award will be issued by the Scientific Committee of BMD 2019, which will allow the authors a free access voucher for the publication on Vehicle System Dynamics, the International Journal of Vehicle Mechanics and Mobility by Taylor & Francis.
The selected paper is “Study on Identification of Equivalent Torsional Rigidity for Two-Wheeled Vehicle Suspension” by I. Kageyama, Y. Kuriyagawa, T. Haraguchi, Y. Kobayashi.