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UPCOMING DEADLINES

Conference Deadlines

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Book Chapter Deadlines

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WRITING AND TEMPLATES

Style Guidelines

A series of official CIRG guidelines for good dissertation and thesis writing is provided. To streamline the writing phase of your research, it is highly recommended that you refer to these guidelines before you start:

Language Editing

Please note that all students are required to consult a language editor before submitting a thesis to their supervisor.

Dissertation, Thesis and Presentation Templates

Template are available for MSc dissertations and PhD theses. Please refer to the included readme.txt file for instructions on working with the template. Please note that these are first draft templates, and future versions will address any problems.

A template is available for all CIRG-related presentations. Members are requested to use this template for any slides related to their research work:

JOURNALS

Journals have associated impact factors. The higher a journal's impact factor, the greater the number of citations to articles published in the journal. A higher impact factor thus denotes a more important journal. Below is a list of impact factors for some journals in our field.

CIRG LIBRARY

CIRG is maintaining a library of internally owned CI-related books. At the moment, all books are located in the offices of the various research group staff members, and lending will take place on an ad-hoc basis.

We have cataloged all the books and conference proceedings currently in our possession. A virtual library is available on LibraryThing. [ Show ]

Some abstract tags have been added to the books in order to make searching a bit easier. Conference proceedings on CD or DVD have the tag "CD". Books and CDs are tagged with the owner's surname.




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