EVS24 - call for papers
From Robert Stussi
The 24th International
Battery, Hybrid and Fuel Cell
Symposium and Exhibition
May 13-16, 2009
Call for Papers
To reach all parties interested in the field, from
researchers to market, from manufacturers to politicians,
log on to www.evs24.org and submit before 22
• a short abstract not exceeding 100 words;
• two to three pages extended abstract, outlining the
work to be presented, the objectives and the goal
achieved. Inclusion of key figures, tables, diagrams,
and, mainly, references are strongly encouraged.
The abstract must contain new data, new evidence, new
relevant research and be innovative.
Submission of abstract can be done online only, at
www.evs24.org. Adequate guidance as regards format
is available on this site.
Authors are requested to indicate to which family of
vehicles they want to see their papers dedicated (BEV,
HEV or FCEV).
Papers will only be included in the conference proceedings
after receipt of one full registration fee in due
terms. Papers must not have previously been published
and, if accepted, cannot be published though other
media. Copyright owner for published papers will be
Decision of acceptance will be made through a process
including three reviewers per paper and a standard jury
peer review. Final selection will be made on the basis of
the full paper.
Full papers will be published on CD ROM that will be
distributed on site. Selected papers will be published in
the 3rd World Electric Vehicle Journal.
Recommendations for authors
Climate change is now so much spoken of and discussed
among the general public that it is not any more
necessary for authors to start lecture with this theme.
Other conferences are nowadays covering this theme
Papers should be targeted, to the point and contain
fact-based information. The value of EVS is that the
best and most highly qualified people mostly constitute
the audience. In the selection of papers we will need to
focus on that fact so that novel ideas that are not loose
but well documented can be at the centre of the
exchange of ideas Visionary but well-documented
papers are also most welcome.