Guidelines for Authors

Oral Presentations

Presentation type

Total time



Tutorial Lectures




Topical Lectures




Student Talks





The conference room is with one PC/video projector together with a "Laptop/Desktop Station", a pointer, and one screen.

If you have any special presentation requirements please contact M. Passas before May 31st, 2012. Otherwise it is assumed that you will be giving a power-point presentation.

Tutorial Presentations

It is expected that the five Tutorial Presentations will be published (after peer review process) in the journal Surveys in Geophysics  which is a very prestigious journal (2010 Impact Factor of 3.59) in the Geosciences and related areas.

Surveys in Geophysics publishes refereed overview articles on physical, chemical and biological processes occurring within the Earth, on its surface, in its atmosphere and in the near-Earth space environment, including relations with other bodies in the solar system. Observations, their interpretation, theory and modeling are presented in relation to relevant disciplines in the Geosciences and related areas.

Published articles in Surveys in Geophysics should present a balanced and well constructed review of recent advances in areas of topical interest, written for the broad community of earth scientists in academia, government and industry.

The authors of the tutorial papers should submit their papers, via the journal's editorial management system, before the end of August 2012.

Poster Presentations

Poster presentations will be displayed on panels that will be in the conference room for the whole duration of the TEA – IS summer school. The recommended poster size is A0. You can prepare your poster in either A0 (1.18 m x 0.84 m) portrait (vertical) or landscape (horizontal) shaped. All the material necessary for attaching the poster to the panels will be available at the venue.

Abstract template

 Please, follow this template in order to submit your abstract. Maximum 3000 KB PDF files are allowed.