All About the Papers
Q. Is there a paper template and referencing style?
A. Yes we are providing a template that you can download here. Please use the Journal's referencing style (Architecture and Culture): https://www.tandf.co.uk//journals/authors/style/layout/style_RFAC.pdf
Q. What is the length of the presentation?
A. Each session has between 4-5 papers. We suggest that presentations and questions are a maximum of 20-25 mins. We leave it up to the session moderators on how the division between presentations and questions is organised. For sessions with 4 papers the word limit is a maximum of 3100 words (25min presentation) and sessions with 5 papers the word limit is a maximum of 2300 words (20min presentation).
Q. what should I do to have my paper considered for publication?
A. All papers submitted to the conference's various sessions are automatically submitted for consideration to be published in either a special conference issue of Architecture and Culture, the AHRA journal, or the Smartness? Between Discourse and Practice volume of the Routledge 'Critiques' series. The papers will go through a review process and we will give you more information during/ after the conference.
Q. what are the length of papers for publications?
A. Normally, authors will need to extend their papers for publications, since papers submitted for the conference are a maximum of 3100 words. We will give you more information during/ after the conference.
Q. Do I have to be in eindhoven for the presentation?
A. Yes. In case your abstract has been accepted please note that you need to give the presentation in person and register for the conference. Paper presentations over skype or any other video-conferencing system are not possible.
Q. what if we are more than 1 or 2 authors in a paper?
A. For all (one or more) authors to be part of the conference program they would need to register. Only registered authors will be added to the conference program and the proceedings.
Getting to Eindhoven
Q. Applying for a VIsa
A. Once you have registered for the conference (available from June 2018), through the CONFTOOL site you should be able to self-generate an invitation letter that you need for the visa application (once you log-in within your user profile). In case you are not able to generate this letter, please let us know and we will send you a letter.
Q. Can I get to eindhoven by Air?
A. Eindhoven Airport is a relatively small airport that does have a range of flights internationally, although it can be limited in terms of the days in which flights are available. A taxi from the airport, purchased from the care hire stand in front and paid in advance, is roughly €25-30 to the city centre. There is also a bus which runs regularly to the Train Station in the centre, which is near the hotels.
Most people coming to Eindhoven internationally fly to Amsterdam Schipol. The airport in Amsterdam has a train station built into the airport, with direct trains to Eindhoven every 30 minutes during peak periods. Tickets bought at the airport are €20 (approximately) and can be purchased at the machines on the Schipol Plaza or at the NS ticket office. More information on the schedules can be found via https://www.ns.nl/en
Q. Can I get to Eindhoven by train?
A. Scholars coming from selected countries such as the UK, France, Belgium, Germany can also consider planning their journey through https://www.nsinternational.nl/en. Options such as the Eurostar can be taken until Amsterdam where you can change to the national service to get to Eindhoven. If bought in advance, prices can be comparable to flying.
Q. Can I get funding for the conference?
A. We do not have any funding available for the conference. During the conference however we are providing lunches, drinks and snacks. For the conference dinner, the ticket is available when you register for the conference.
Q. Do you have special rates for registration?
A. Yes, we have early bird registrations starting in June 2018. This special rate will end in August 2018.