16-18 June, 2017
CNPC Sci-Tech Exchange Center, Beijing
20th International Seminar on Paste and Thickened Tailings
 14 June, 2017
 Short Course

 15 June, 2017
 Registration Onsite

 16-18 June, 2017
 Paste 2017 Seminar

Introduction

All submissions received must undergo all stages of the review process in order to be approved for publication in the proceedings and included in the technical program.

Stage 1: Abstract Selection

All abstracts will be reviewed and commented on by the Technical Committee. Approval of an abstract at this stage does not automatically guarantee that the final version will be accepted and included in the program. Authors of accepted abstracts are invited to submit a full-length paper, and continue onto stage two.

Stage 2: Article Selection

Articles must be written in accordance with the Editorial Guidelines. Articles which fully comply with the requirements will be peer-reviewed.

Once articles are reviewed, comments will be sent to authors and a final version of the work will be requested. The final article should consider and include the comments and suggestions made by the Committee.

Stage 3: Final Article Approval

Final article submissions will be reviewed to ensure that the comments have been incorporated. At this stage, articles will be confirmed for oral or poster presentation. Authors for approved papers will be included in the Technical Program of presentations.

Approved papers will be included in the proceedings. Authors must sign the Publication Copyright Agreement Form giving USTB right to publish the work.

Key Dates:

  • Full Paper Submission: 19 December, 2016 — 12 February, 2017, 24:00:00 UTC+8
  • Notification of draft paper acceptance: 20 March, 2017
  • Final Article Submission: 20 March, 2017 — 3 April, 2017, 24:00:00 UTC+8

Important Note:

  • Published proceedings will only contain articles from authors attending Paste 2017.
  • To confirm publication of an article, as well as inclusion in the technical program of the conference, authors must ensure that at least one (1) author per article is registered and has paid by 22 May, 2017.
  • Articles of authors who have not registered by the deadline will be automatically withdrawn from the proceedings and the program.
  • One author may represent a maximum of two papers with his/her registration. There is no limit in the number of abstracts an author may submit to a conference. However, in the event that all submitted papers are accepted and included in the technical program, the limit of oral presentations per author is two (2). Other papers must be presented by different speakers or during poster sessions.