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December 10, 2009
Dec. 10 -- BELIEF invites the submission of articles for Issue 4 of Zero-In magazine. Zero-In showcases the research and development activities in the world of e-Infrastructures and is a forum for news, comment and analysis on this exciting new research paradigm.
The audiences of the publication include national and international policy makers as well as key projects and individuals using or developing e-Infrastructures across the world. Zero-In was launched in January 2009. Each issue of Zero-In has a thematic section, a feature on insights from the global virtual research community, and a diary section for news. For further information on the previous issues, visit http://www.beliefproject.org/media-corner/e-magazine.
The thematic section of this fourth issue will focus on Governance issues for e-Infrastructures
For this fourth issue, the BELIEF Editorial Team looks forward to receiving your articles on the following topics, split into these three sections:
Prospective authors are invited to submit an expression of interest by sending a short abstract (approximately 100 words) reporting recent developments and opinions, analysis and visions in the field of e-Infrastructures for the section you choose. When submitting your abstract, please make clear which section you would like it to feature in.
The Review Panel will coordinate the selection of the abstracts and, once accepted, authors will be notified and invited to send the full papers. These will be evaluated by the Review Panel which may request any eventual adjustments by the authors.
Abstract submission deadline: Dec. 15, 2009
Abstract acceptance notification deadline: Jan. 4, 2010
Full papers submission deadline: Jan. 20, 2010
Authors should submit their abstracts at http://www.beliefproject.org/forms/abstract-submission.
Source: BELIEF Editorial Team
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