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International Conference on Innovations in Automation and Mechatronics Engineering 2013 (ICIAME2013), 21-23 February 2013 G H Patel College of Engineering

& Technology, Vallabh Vidyanagar - 388120, State: Gujarat, INDIA

Instruction and Preparation of Full Papers for the Proceedings of ICIAME2013


Bhavsar S.N.1*, Patel V.N.1, and Chauhan V.D.2
1 Affiliation, Contact Address *Corresponding author, Email 2

Affiliation, Contact Address

Email: iciame2013@gcet.ac.in

Abstract The following instructions give the guidelines to prepare a paper to be included in the proceedings of the International conference on Innovations in Automation and Mechatronics Engineering 2013 (ICIAME2013). Full Papers should be in accordance with the style and format given in these instructions. Abstract should not exceed 150 words. Keywords Selected keywords relevant to the subject. Provide 3 to 5 keyword.

1. INTRODUCTION
Manuscripts previously submitted or accepted elsewhere for publication must not be submitted. The paper if selected must be registered at least by any one of the author(s) at the conference. To this effect, a declaration form and registration form should be submitted by the authors together with the manuscript, if the paper is selected for publication. The declaration form can be downloaded from the conference website. Each paper must be divided into two parts. The first part includes the title, authors name and affiliation, abstract, and keywords. The second part is the main body of the paper. Each paragraph has an indent of 6 after previous paragraph.

column with Times New Roman capital bold 11pt. The numbered level-two heading starts from the left in Times New Roman bold 10pt font. The main text uses Times New Roman 10pt font with single spacing.

4. FIGURES, TABLES, AND EQUATIONS


4.1 Figures and tables All figures and tables should be placed after their first mention in the text. Large figures and tables may span across both columns. Scanned images (e.g., line art, photos) can be used if the output resolution is at least 300 dpi. Figure caption must be written as per given in the template.

2. PAPER SIZE AND FORMAT


Each paper size should be A4 (210 mm 297 mm) and the following margins should be set: Left margin Right margin Top margin Bottom margin Column width Column spacing 3.1 First part The first part includes the paper title, authors name, abstract, and keywords. All the font types, font size and font spacing of the title, authors name and affiliation, abstract and keywords are as per given in this template. 3.2 Paper body The second part consisting of the paper body must be edited in the double column format, with each column 82 mm width and separated by 5.8 mm. The top-level heading, usually called section, numbered in Arabic numerals, shall appear justified (left and right) on the 20 mm 20 mm 25 mm 25 mm 82 mm 5.8 mm Fig.1 The caption should be placed after the figure Table1. The caption should be placed before the table Sr. No. 1 2 4.2 Equations Equation numbers should be Arabic numerals enclosed in parentheses on the right-hand margin. They should be cited in the text as, for example, Eq. (1), or Eqs. (1) ~ (3). Equations start from the left on the column. Punctuate A 100 mm 50 mm B 60 % 90 % C 900 920

3. FONTS AND STYLE

International Conference on Innovations in Automation and Mechatronics Engineering 2013 (ICIAME2013), 21-23 February 2013 G H Patel College of Engineering & Technology, Vallabh Vidyanagar - 388120, State: Gujarat, INDIA

equations with commas or periods when they are part of a sentence. For example, y = mx + c Where, m is the slope. 4.3 References References should appear in a separate reference section (without numbering) at the end of the paper, as per the format given in this template. Times New Roman 10pt is used for references. Acknowledgement section may also be included at the end of the paper before reference section. (1)

5. PAGE NUMBERS
Don't put a page number in the manuscript.

REFERENCES [1] Bhavsar S.N., Aravindan S., and Rao P.V., An


accurate and efficient control over the present numerical model of depth of sputtering in focused ion beam milling, Journal of Nanoengineering and Nanosystems N, 223, 9-18, 2009. [2] Chauhan V.D., and Patel A.M., Water marking using bit-plane slicing, International National Conference on Innovations in Mechatronics Engineering 2009, 23, 123-145, 2009. [3] Bhavsar S.N., Aravindan S., and Rao P.V., Machinability study of cemented carbide using focused ion beam (FIB) milling, Accepted for Publication, Journal of Materials and Manufacturing Processes. [4] Refael C. Gonzalez, and Richard E. Woods, Digital Image Processing, Addison-Wesley, 2nd Edition, 2008.