LLAMADO DE ARTÍCULOS

El CLCA tiene como objetivo principal reunir a la comunidad científica latina que trabaja en control automático y áreas afines y es el mayor encuentro de expertos en donde se presentan contribuciones recientes, tendencias actuales, nuevos desafíos y oportunidades de las herramientas que enmarcan la teoría del control, la automatización y áreas afines. Es además una excelente oportunidad para establecer contacto personal e interactuar con importantes investigadores latinoamericanos. El evento dispondrá de Workshops 22 y 23 de octubre. Y la conferencia del 24 al 26 de Octubre del 2018, en la Escuela Politécnica Nacional en Quito - Ecuador.

Las áreas de investigación de CLCA 2018 son:

  • Control de procesos
  • Sistemas eléctricos de potencia
  • Sistemas de control
  • Mecatrónica
  • Robótica



                                                                                         






Presentación de Artículos:

Todos los artículos (papers) deben ser escritos en inglés y están limitados a un máximo de 6 páginas (en formato estándar IFAC conferencia de doble columna), incluyendo figuras, tablas y referencias. Los artículos que excedan este límite serán rechazados. Además se hace la invitación de enviar contenido adicional como videos o fotografías de alta calidad que sirvan para presentar los resultados obtenidos.

Las especificaciones completas se encuentran en el siguiente enlace: Guía de Autor

     Diseño y Estilo del Artículo (English)

Paper length and file size

The length of regular papers is limited to 6 pages. All the rules are on this web site: Authors Guide. PDF files will be limited to 2 MB in size.

Page size and margins

  • A4 paper (210 × 297 mm)
  • Margins:
    • First page: top 35 mm, bottom 25 mm, left/right 15 mm.
    • Other pages: top 25 mm, bottom 25 mm, left/right 15 mm.
  • Main text is two columns, with a 5 mm gap between columns.
  • No headers, footers, or page numbers.

Title page

The title page must contain the following items, centred on the page with a left and right margin of 30 mm (i.e. a maximum width of 150 mm):

  • Title, with a maximum of 10 words, 14 pt Times boldface.
  • Author names, 10 pt Times boldface.
  • Author affiliations, 10 pt Times italic.
  • An abstract with 50–100 words.
  • A list of 5–10 keywords, preferably taken from the official IFAC keyword list.

The abstract and keywords should be separated from the previous and following text by a pair of full width (150 mm) horizontal lines and an 8 pt vertical space.
The rest of the title page is body text, formatted in two columns as detailed below.

Text format

  • Times Roman 10 pt, or equivalent font, unless explicitly stated otherwise.
  • All paragraphs must be justified, if possible.
  • Single line spacing.
  • The first line of a paragraph should not be indented.
  • 8 pt additional vertical space between paragraphs.
  • Avoid hyphenation at the end of a line.

Section headings

  • Section headings must be centred, in capital letters, and numbered consecutively, starting with 1.
  • Sub-section headings should be in capital and lower-case italic letters, numbered 1.1, 1.2, etc, and left justified, with second and subsequent lines indented.

Tables

  • All tables should be numbered with Arabic numerals.
  • Headings should be placed above tables, underlined and centred.
  • Leave one line space between the heading and the table.

Illustrations

  • All photographs, schemas, graphs and diagrams are to be referred to as figures.
  • Lettering and symbols should be clearly defined either in the caption or in a legend provided as part of the figure.
  • Figures should be placed at the top or bottom of a column wherever possible, as close as possible to the first reference to them in the paper.
  • Figures should be restricted to single-column width unless this would make them illegible.
  • The figure number and caption should be typed below the illustration, left justified, with subsequent lines indented.

Equations

  • Equations should be numbered with Arabic numerals.
  • SI units should be used for physical magnitudes. All non-standard abbreviations or symbols must be defined when first mentioned, or a glossary provided.

References

  • In the text the surname of the author and the year of publication of the reference should be given.
  • Two or more references by the same authors published in the same year should be differentiated by letters a,b,c etc.
  • For references with more than two authors, text citations should be shortened to the first name followed by et al.
  • Only essential references, which are directly referred to in the text, should be included in the reference list.
  • References must be listed in alphabetical order at the end of the paper. References to the same author(s) should be in chronological order.
  • Journal references should include:
    • author’s surname and initials;
    • initials and surnames of remaining authors;
    • year of publication (in brackets);
    • article title (where provided);
    • abbreviated journal title (in italics);
    • volume number and page numbers.
  • References to books should include:
    • author’s surname and initials;
    • initials and surnames of remaining authors;
    • year of publication (in brackets);
    • book title (in italics);
    • name of the publisher and place of publication.
  • References to multi-author works should include after the year of publication:
    • chapter title (where provided);
    • "In:" followed by book title (in italics);
    • initials and name(s) of editors(s) in brackets;
    • volume number and pages;
    • name of the publisher and place of publication.

Para enviar su artículo siga el siguiente enlace: Envío de Artículo
 


Llamado de Artículos

15 de Diciembre 2017