10-11 July 2014
Queen Mary University of London
GB timezone
Instructions for speakers:
You do not have to create an INDICO account, so ignore any e-mail that tells you to do so.  Before the conference you will be issued with a speaker account username and password.  This can be used to upload talks to the agenda.  A video projector with a pdf file reader and power-point will be provided.  If you choose to upload a ppt file, please select the auto-create pdf option at the time of upload to ensure that your talk is conveniently accessible by all.  Also if you use non-standard fonts in your presentation, please ensure that these are embedded in your file.  We expect speakers to upload their talks 24 hours before the session that they are scheduled to speak in.  This is to ensure the smooth running of the event.  You will not be allowed to use your own computer to avoid any over run from one talk to the next.
Instructions for poster presentations:
You will be supplied with Velcro tabs to fasten your poster to the boards around the hall.  Please ensure that you print your poster A0 portrait format.


Workshop proceedings will be prepared using eConf, a LaTeX template is now available here.  The compiled pdf file produced from the template can be downloaded as the following pdf. While there is no hard limit on the length of proceeding contributions, we suggest that contributors restrict content to 15 pages. 

Given the nature of this event we will also solicit short (7 page) proceedings from session chairs and any poster contributions.

In order for proceedings to be included, they need to be submitted to appear on the archive by 1st November 2014.  Please note that once you have uploaded your contribution to the archive you should notify the organisers of your submission. The workshop template should be used for all contributions for the proceedings, and this will contain formatting instructions.