Abstract submission

Abstract Submission

Conference languages: Russian and English

Prospective participants of the Conference are invited to submit their abstracts in English or in Russian (Word format file) 1200 symbols or less (half a page of A4 format, approximately). One author can participate in no more than three abstracts. The text of the abstracts must not include formulas, figures and tables. Please, refer to the following web-site for the rules and the abstract template:
The abstracts are accepted through the following web-site, only:  

Extended abstracts: After notification of acceptance, participants can submit their extended abstracts to be published at the conference web-site (RSCI registration) .
Extended abstracts should be submitted by 20 September, 2018.
1) Extended abstracts should be prepared in LaTex format using the given template and consist of:
• title;
• surnames, names, positions, affiliations (in full, not abbreviation), affiliation addresses (postal code, city, country), scientific degrees, e-mails of authors;
• UDC code;
• references to financial support projects (if there are any);
• abstract;
• keywords (not exceeding 10 words);
• references.
2) The number of pages – up to 7.
3) Only LaTex packages given in the template should be used.
4) References to the literature, formulas, pictures, etc., should consist of the author’s surname and initials (for example, \cite{FirstAB_Marchuk1976}).
5) Extended abstracts should be submitted to mathgeo18@sscc.ru  pointing out the subject of the message as – “Extended abstracts mathgeo2018”.
   The following files named after the first author (for example, FirstAB.tex, FirstAB.pdf, etc.) should be attached to the message:
• Initial file (.tex), prepared according to the given template;
• PDF version of the extended abstracts (obtained from LaTex editor);
• Files of figures, graphs, etc.; .
After reviewing the extended abstracts will be available at the conference web-site.
The selected extended abstracts will be recommended for publishing in the journals: "Inverse and Ill-Posed Problems" (Web of Science), "Siberian Electronic Mathematical Reports" (Scopus) and others.