Your Paper should contain:

Authors short vita
Please note important keywords like family name, first name, degree, address, mail adress, telephone number and institution /office, country. And please give us a short summary containing your educational background, interests in teaching, research and/or praxis, choice of publications and/or realized projects.


The title of your paper or poster is on the first line(s). The title should indicate the topic of the paper or poster. It should be informative and short - the maximum length is 13 words or 100 characters. The title should be centred and printed in bold capital characters (11 points).

Up to five keywords should also be included (avoid entire phrases and repetition of the title). The keywords should allow the readers to understand the publication.

Abstracts should be concise (a maximum of 350 words) and contain information about the scope of the research, methods, most important results and conclusions formed on their basis.

The paper must have a maximum of 5 written pages – 2500 Words maximum, excluding all figures, illustrations, charts and tables. Figures, illustrations, charts and tables should be no more than 3 pages. The text character must be Arial and 10 point font (single spaced text). Paragraphs must be separated by a single line space.
The single-spaced core text of your paper should be included into the file after the abstract. Please organise this text into labelled subsections. Subsection headings should be left justified, completely uppercase, bold, and placed on their own line. Separate each subsection with a blank line. Please refer to literature by author and year in between brackets e.g. :(Stiles, 2000).

The gratitude to people and organizations which contributed to the appearance of the paper should be put before the REFERENCES.



All publications cited in the text should be presented in a list of references following the body text. The list of references should be carefully checked to ensure that the spelling of authors' names and dates are exactly the same as in the text. In the text, refer to the author's name and year of publication, followed, if necessary, by a short reference to the appropriate pages, for example:

"as suggested by Forman (1995: 43)."
A list of all references should be given at the end of the text, typed in Tahoma 11-point, single line spacing, with a blank line between each reference cited. For example:

Journal Article:
Herzog, T. R. and Miller, E. J. (1998) 'The role of mystery in perceived danger and environmental preference', in Environment and Behavior, 30(4), 429-499.

Hart, R. (1979) Children's Experience of Place. New York: Irvington.

Multi-author books:
Meinig, D.W. (1979) The beholding eye: ten versions of the same scene, in Meinig, D.W. (ed.) The Interpretation of Ordinary Landscapes. New York: Oxford University Press, pp.11-32.

Internet references:
Indicate the url and most recent update of a site.?
McCauly, J.D. (1995) Serving GIS Data through World Wide Web, [November 1995]

Tables and figures
should be numbered in a continuous way in the order of their quotation in the text. In tables we do not use vertical lines. Each table should have a title. Possible footnotes should be marked with an asterisk in the superscript and explained beneath the table.


Drawings and photographs

Images should be pasted in the text with the resolution 300dpi and the width of the base not bigger than 16 cm.