Instructions for Papers
Paper language, structure and volume
Paper should be written in English language.
Paper volume should be 5–10 A4 pages and 7-10 images.
Paper should have the following structure:
Title of paper,
Author’s name(s), academic degree,
Information about the author’s institution, its postal address and author’s e-mail address,
Abstract (limited to 300 words),
Keywords. (should include 6–10 items),
Main text under headings finalized by conclusions,
Acknowledgments (if any),
Please submit your paper in Microsoft WORD 97–2003 format.
Photo illustrations and other graphic material should be 300 dpi or
higher resolution for best quality reproduction and they should be
submitted for publication in separate Tiff (.tif) or Excel (.xls)
Graphics, illustrations, tables and drawings must not be supplied together with the paper; they shall be saved as separate files.
The file name should be written in the following way: surname_ill 1.
Illustrations should be indicated in the text as follows: (see ill 1), (see ill 4-6).
The text should be written on a A4 page (210 x 297 mm).
Paper margins: Top: 2,6 cm (6,0 cm for the first page only); Bottom: 2,6 cm; Left & Right: 2,0 cm (3,0 cm for abstract and keywords only).
Fonts and Paragraph setup
Preferred font type is Times New Roman.
Font sizes must be as follows:
Article title: 14 pt, Bold, All Caps, Centered, Single line spacing.
Author(s) name(s): 12 pt, Bold, Centered.
Authors contact information: 11 pt, Normal, Centered, Single line spacing.
Abstract and keywords: 10 pt, Normal (except bolded words Abstract and Keywords), Justified, Single line spacing.
Headings (and Subheadings if needed): 12 pt, Bold, Left aligned.
Headings could be numbered or not. When headings are numbered – one
Arabic number should be used for headings and two Arabic numbers
should be used for subheadings.
Main body text: 12 pt, Normal, Justified, Single line spacing.
List of References: 11 pt, Normal, Justified, After spacing.
All bibliographical references should be listed at the end of the paper in alphabetical order. All references should be written in the original language. When reference language is other than paper language – the translation of reference title should be given in square brackets. Some examples of references are given below:
Monographs, books, manuals, dissertations:
Kazragis, A.; Gailius, A. 2006. Kompozicinės medžiagos ir dirbiniai su gamtiniais organiniais užpildais [Composite materials and product containing natural organic aggregates]. Vilnius: Technika. 184 p. ISBN 9955-28-060-3.
Long, E. R., MacDonald, D. D., Smith, S. L., Calder, F. D. 1995. Incidente of averse biological effects within ranges of chemical concentrations in marine and estuarine sediments. Environmental Management. 19(1), 81–97.
Journal of Technology Education [online]. 1989. Blacksburg:
Virginija Polytechnic Institute and State University [cited 15 March
1995]. Available on the Internet:
List of materials (if relevant):
All materials and products mentioned in the
presentation should be referred to by their trade
names. The content and data regarding the supplier
and/or manufacturer should be included for lesser
known materials (address, telephone, email).
Orwus WA Paste (sodum lauryl sulfate)
Procter & Gamble
Winton Hill Technology Center
6071 Center Hill Road
Tel: 513 983-110
In measurements the SI system should be applied:
ml, g, kg; temperatures shall be given in the
Acronyms, scientific and technical terms (abbreviations of chemical components, Greek Symbols etc) shall be spelt out in full when first mentioned.
In the case of materials and chemicals their official trade or chemical names should be used: e.g. Tyvek, Coroplast, acetone, Stoddart Solvent or white-spirit, BEVA®371.
Specific data regarding a chemical and the manufacturer shall be included in the list of Materials.
Header and Footer:
Please leave header and footer empty.
Please don’t number the pages.
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