Abstract Submission

The extended abstracts have now been reviewed by the Scientific Committee and acceptance emails have been sent to the submitting author. If you have not received your email please contact the Events Team, contact@bbaa2020.com quoting your abstract number.

We had an overwhelming response to the call for abstracts, the quality of work submitted was very high and unfortunately we could not offer oral presentations to all who requested.

Authors of the abstracts accepted for presentation are invited to submit a full paper (up to 10 pages) before Monday 18 May 2020. Full paper submission will open on Monday 16 March 2020.

If you are no longer able to attend to present or wish to withdraw your abstract/paper please let us know as soon as possible so we can allocate your slot to another paper. Contact the Events Team, contact@bbaa2020.com quoting your abstract number.

Extended abstracts and full papers will be collated on a flash drive which will be distributed at the colloquium to all participants.  The conference proceedings will also have a ISBN reference.

Please note that presenters of abstracts/papers are not automatically registered for the conference and should register before the close of Early Bird registration.  

The official language of the colloquium is English.

How to submit a full paper

All full papers must be submitted as PDF's via the online submission website and must be created using the paper template. Full paper submission will open on Monday 16 March 2020, the submission link will be published on the website.

Download the extended abstract template (DOC-155KB)

If you would like the LaTex version of the paper template, please email the Events Team, contact@bbaa2020.com.

Full papers must be submitted by Monday 18 May 2020 at 12 noon (GMT).

If you are no longer able to attend to present or wish to withdraw your abstract/paper please let us know as soon as possible so we can allocate your slot to another paper. Contact the Events Team, contact@bbaa2020.com quoting your abstract number.

Special Issue in the Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics 

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The conference is co-sponsored by Elsevier and selected papers will be invited for a potential publication in a special issue in the Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics  dedicated to BBAA IX. Only full papers of previously unpublished work submitted by the deadline 18 May 2020 will be eligible for the selection process for the special issue.  Eligible submitting authors will be contacted after the conference with instructions of the submission process for the Special Issue Journal. 

 

Presenter Information

Oral Presentations

  • Oral presentations are allocated 15 minutes: 12 minutes for presentation, 2 minutes for questions and 1 minute for transition
  • We request that all oral presentations are either pre-loaded onto the PC desktop prior to your session or if you are using a laptop you have checked the connection before your presentation slot

AV Equipment in Lecture Theatres

  • All lecture theatres have a PC with a HDMI/VGA laptop input and a data projector and screen.  The Leonard Deacon Lecture Theatre also has a Mac
  • If you are using your own laptop please ensure it is fully charged and you have checked the connection in the lecture theatre before your scheduled presentation slot. We also recommend bringing your presentation on a memory stick as a back-up
  • If you are using an Apple Laptop please ensure you have the correct adapters for a HDMI/VGA input


Poster Presentations

  • Posters should be A0 portrait (841x1189mm)
  • Posters can be displayed for the duration of the conference
  • All poster boards will be numbered with the assigned abstract number, push pins will be in each board
  • There will be a dedicated poster session (date and time to be confirmed) the presenter should be at their poster for the allocated session
  • Fabric Poster printing is available, order a Fabric Poster for £49.95 and we will hang your poster in the allocated space. Then simply fold it up and pack it in your suitcase to take it home. No need for bulky poster tubes.
  • Posters must be removed during the last refreshment break on the final day of the colloquium, any remaining posters will be destroyed