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An article may be written in one of the working languages of the conference. The articles and brief information about the authors will be presented in the Internet at the site www.gisap.eu
The article text, references and all necessary information about the author(s) must be sent to the e-mail address: email@example.com in a single *. doc file attached to a letter marked "for the participation in the conference".
The date when the collection will be published depends on the quantity and quality of submitted materials, ranging from 2 to 3 months after the conference. We ask the conference participants to follow the requirements for presentation. Articles that do not meet the rules of presentation will not be included in the conference programme and published in the collection.
Please, enclose the pdf of the report when publishing your work on the website ( or send it by e-mail)
In other cases, we can not ensure absolute correctness of texts of reports on the website and in printed digests: certain characters and symbols may be badly recognized in different versions of MS Word.
Errors may also be caused by different non-standart fonts.
Requirements for the layout of the conference material
In the 1st line UDC should be typed (if there is) – left alignment, without indentation, in bold Roman type.
The 2nd line remains blank.
In the 3rd line the name of the article is typed – in bold Roman type, all letters are capital, centered alignment (without indentation).
The 4th line remains blank.
In the 5th line surname, name and patronymic of the author(s) should be typed, enumerating (using commas) the author’s academic degree, academic rank (here generally accepted abbreviations can be used) or other status of the author (doctoral candidate, postgraduate, degree-seeking student, research scholar, student etc.) – in bold Roman type, centered alignment (without indentation).
The 6th and 7th lines remain blank.
In the 8th line there is an annotation in the language of the article – full justification (indented), italic type, the word "Annotation" should not be written.
Key words (from 5 to 10 words) are typed below the annotation, without skipping a line. The phrase “Key words” should be typed using: bold italic type, full justification, with indentation.
Below the English variant of the annotation is typed – full justification (indented), italic type, the word «Annotation» should not be written.
Then without skipping a line key words are printed in English (from 5 to 10 words). To write the phrase “Key words” use bold italic type, full justification, indentation.
After the annotation one line remains blank.
Further the text of the article is typed (no more than 7 pages).
After the text of the article one line is skipped.
In the next line the word "References" is typed (indented) – bold Roman type, full justification, with indentation. After it there is a colon.
Under the word "References" without skipping a line, literary (and electronic) sources used in the article are enumerated – full justification, with indentation (10 mm).Literary sources in the bibliography are numbered in order they are cited in the text; the reference number in the text itself is typed in square brackets, for example:  or [2; 3; 4; 5]; if necessary, numbers of specific pages can be added, for example: [7, pp. 23-27] or [3, pp. 43-45; 5, p. 268].
On the last page after the Bibliography, information about the author(s) of article is typed: