ABSTRACT SUBMISSION WITHOUT FULL PAPER

If you wish to submit an abstract for a ISRSE-39, but do not intend to prepare a full paper for publication, please follow these guidlines and upload your short abstract via the link below:

GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS PREPARING AN ABSTRACT

O. Altan 1, F. Sunar 1, M. Doherty 2

1 ITU, Civil Engineering Faculty, 80626 Maslak Istanbul, Turkey - (oaltan, fsunar)@itu.edu.tr

2ICRSE - mdoherty@hotlink.com

KEYWORDS: Manuscripts, Guidelines for Authors, Style guide.

ABSTRACT:

These guidelines are for short abstracts for to be submitted for presentation at a technical session of the ISRSE-39 Symposium. Your cooperation in following the guidelines will ensure a uniform style for all abstracts, and is greatly appreciated by the organizing committee. Accepted abstracts will be published and distributed on electronic media to participants at the symposium. Abstracts should only be submitted via the shown above.

Your submitted abstract will be reproduced directly in electronic form (without editing or reformatting) , in A4 paper size 297mm x 210mm (11.69 x 8.27 inches). To ensure timely and efficient production of the accepted abstracts, and consistent, easy-to-read format, authors must adhere to these guidlenes when preparing their abstract. There will be no opportunity to revise poorly prepared originals.

Please prepare your abstract as follows:

  1. Title of the paper
    • Concise
    • Direct
    • No abbreviation
  2. Authors and affiliation
  3. Keywords (3-6 words)
  4. Abstract ( 300- 500 words)
  5. All text must be in Times New Roman font size “11” (title only size “13” and Bold)
  6. The abstract should be text only. No references, figures, or tables should be included
  7. Indicate your preferred presentation type (Oral/Poster)

Please follow the layout as shown in the example below:

THE CHANGING WORLD UNDER THE CORONA VIRUS THREAT—
FROM HUMAN NEEDS TO SDGS AND WHAT NEXT?

M. O. Altan1, I. Dowman2

1 ITU, Civil Engineering Faculty, 80626 Maslak Istanbul, Turkey - oaltan@itu.edu.tr

2Dept. of Geomatic Engineering, University College London, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT UK - idowman@ucl.ac.uk

KEYWORDS: COVID-19, Human needs, Social and scientific response, Millennium development goals, Sustainable development goals, UN

ABSTRACT:

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) disease has affected over 100 countries in a matter of weeks. The way humans live and work on planet Earth has changed profoundly over the last months. Many lives and livelihoods have been lost. Ways of working, shopping, and social interactions are all vastly different for most of us. We do not know when the current crisis will end, or how far we will “return” to the way things were before the pandemic. The world is experiencing one of the most transformative moments of the last 100 years. The social, economic, and political influences of the COVID-19 crisis have already been hugely momentous, we do not utterly understand it. Looking ahead, we have inevitably had to make important public health, economic, governance, and ecological decisions with less information than usual and to reverse recently adopted policies, which can lead to an era of disruptive transformations to sustainability. During these historic times, we must understand the hidden reality of the earth system and attempt to transform our needs so that we all have a sustained future on our planet.

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