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									                                                          ECMS 2009
          9th International workshop on Electronics, Control, Modelling, Measurement and Signals 2009
                                   8-9-10 July, 2009, University of Mondragon, Spain

                 Author’s Guidelines for the Preparation of Full Papers
                              J. A. Author1, M. S. Co-author2
              Address1 (University /Institute/Company, Laboratory, City, Country)
              Address 2 (University /Institute/Company, Laboratory, City, Country)
                      Author’ email: ecms@ (12 points, italic)

Abstract: The aim of this guideline is to make it as easy as possible to prepare a full paper version of
the reviewed abstracts submitted for publication in the proceedings of the ECMS’2009 workshop. The
format of the abstract’s text must be Times New Roman font in 11 point with italic characters. The
length of the abstract should be approximately 10 lines.

                                             I. INTRODUCTION

  The full paper will have to be submitted electronically, either in a printable document format (pdf)
or a postscript (ps) file. The required page format is A4 (210x297 mm), 2 cm top and bottom margins
and 2.5 cm left and right margins. The paper must not exceed 6 pages. If you want to customise it,
please contact the program chairman of ECMS 2009.
  The titles should be placed at the top of the page with using 14 points bold Times New Roman
characters. Separate it by a blank line from the other text.
  Use 12 point bold Times New Roman for the name of the authors, and 11 point for the affiliation
and postal address. Use single spacing in the text.
  Section headings must be centred and written by 11 point block capitals. Sections must have Roman
numerals. Section headings should be separated from the other parts by blank lines.
  Write the text in 11 point Times New Roman with single spacing. The first lines of the paragraphs
should be indented by 3.5 mm except the first in new section.
  Type references each in a separate section at the end of the paper with items referred to in text by
numerals in square brackets, for example [2]. For style of references see the examples in the last

A. Sub-headings
Sub-headings should be left justified in italic, 11 point Times New Roman. Use letters instead of
numbers for sub-heading notification.

                               II. FIGURES, TABLES AND EQUATIONS

  Black and white figures of good contrast inserted into the text can be reproduced without problems.
Figure captions should be below the figure with 11 point Times New Roman centred within the
column (see example). Avoid using figures and tables before they are first mention in the text.
  Use the abbreviation “Fig. 1” in the text too, even at the beginning of the sentence. Please, do not
use photos or other materials of low contrast.
                                                          ECMS 2009
          9th International workshop on Electronics, Control, Modelling, Measurement and Signals 2009
                                   8-9-10 July, 2009, University of Mondragon, Spain

                                                           Example of a figure


                                                20                                     second
                                                10                                     first
                                                      1   2 3     4   5 6    7   8 9


                                Fig. 1: Figure title (11 pt)

  Each table needs to be aligned left.

TABLE 1. Table title (11pt)

  Equations have to be centered. Place the numbering in parentheses at the right side:

                                                              f ( z )      ~
                                                     yi  
                                                                      dz  Qi p 1               (1)
                                                               x ij

  In the text refer to equations as “in (1)”, and at the beginning of the sentence use “Equation (1) ...”


[1] J. Zelenka, Piezoelectric Resonators and their Applications. Academia: Prague, Amsterdam:
Elsevier, 1986.
[2] P. C. Y. Lee, “Extensional, Flexural and Width-Shear Vibrations of Thin Rectangular Crystal
Plates,” J. Appl. Phys., vol. 42, no. 11, p. 4139, 1971.
[3] L. Burianova, M. Pustka, and J. Nosek, “Study of the Frequency Spectrum of Forced Vibrations of
Piezoceramic Bars Polarized in Length Direction,” Proc.2005 Joint IEEE International Frequency
Control Symposium and PTTI Systems and Applications Meeting“, Vancouver, Canada, August 28-
31, 2005, pp.176-179.

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