Subject: Call for Papers - 2nd Eurasian IAEE Conference - Croatia
The 2nd IAEE Eurasian Conference will take place in Zagreb, Croatia during 13-14 October 2017. In addition to a rich program, with its informal social functions, the conference will provide a unique opportunity for networking and enhancing communication amongst energy professionals from business, government, academia and other circles worldwide.
The conference program is being prepared by an international Program Committee to ensure that critical issues of vital concern and importance to governments and industries are presented, considered and discussed from all perspectives. In this context, many exiting sessions on key current energy issues, featuring internationally established speakers and lively discussions, can be expected. The local arrangements are being planned by a Local Organizing Committee to guarantee excellent logistics at best quality. The Sponsorship Committee works to make sure the rich program and arrangements of the conference get available to delegates at affordable rates.
General Conference Chair: Prof. Dr. Gürkan Kumbaroglu, Bogaziçi University
Program Committee Chair: Dr. Boyko Nitzov, EU's Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators
Local Organizing Committee Chair: Prof. Dr. Jurica Simurina, University of Zagreb
Online Abstract Submission
TOPICS TO BE ADDRESSED INCLUDE:
The general topics below are indicative of the types of subject matter to be considered at the conference.
2nd IAEE EURASIAN CONFERENCE CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
We are pleased to announce the Call for Abstracts for the 2nd IAEE Eurasian Conference,
"Energy in Eurasia: Economic Perspectives on Challenges, Risks, and Opportunities" to be held October 13-14, 2017, in Zagreb, Croatia.
A rewarding scientific and rich social program, accompanied by appealing technical and touristic tour alternatives, await you in the ancient city of Zagreb. Join us for IAEE's second Eurasian Conference!
There are two categories of concurrent sessions:
1) Academic research on energy economics, and
2) practical case studies involving applied energy economics or commentary on current energy-related issues.
The latter category aims to encourage participation not only from industry but also from the financial, analyst and media/commentator communities. Presentations are intended to facilitate the sharing of both academic and professional experiences and lessons learned. It is unacceptable for a presentation to overtly advertise or promote proprietary products and/or services. Those who wish to distribute promotional literature and/or have exhibit space at the Conference are cordially invited to take advantage of sponsorship opportunities. www.eurasianconference.org/
Presenter attendance at the conference
At least one author of an accepted paper or poster must pay the registration fees and attend the conference to present the paper. The corresponding author submitting the abstract must provide complete contact details-mailing address, phone, fax, e-mail, etc. Authors will be notified by July 28, 2017, of the status of their presentation. All accepted abstracts will be published in the online conference proceedings while authors wishing to publish full papers can do so if desired. Authors whose abstracts are accepted will have until August 31, 2017, to submit their final papers for publication in the online conference proceedings. While multiple submissions by individuals or groups of authors are welcome, the abstract selection process will seek to ensure as broad participation as possible: each author may present only one paper at the conference. No author should submit more than one abstract as its single author. If multiple submissions are accepted, then a different author will be required to pay the registration fee and present each paper or poster. Otherwise, authors will be contacted and asked to drop one or more paper(s) for presentation.
Concurrent Session - Abstract Format
Authors wishing to make concurrent session presentations must submit an abstract that briefly describes the research or case study to be presented.
The abstract must be no more than two pages in length and must include the following sections:
a. Overview of the topic including its background and potential significance
b. Methodology: how the matter was addressed, what techniques were used
c. Results: Key and ancillary findings
d. Conclusions: Lessons learned, implications, next steps
e. References (if any)
Please visit this link to download an abstract template. All abstracts must conform to the format structure outlined in the template. Abstracts must be submitted online by visiting http://www.eurasianconference.
**Abstracts submitted by e-mail or in hard copy will not be processed.