Abstract & poster guidelines
A short (maximum 1 page) abstract should be sent till February 15, 2022. The abstract is required both for oral and poster presentations. The Abstract booklet and Final program will be distributed to participants at the workshop. Authors are required to use the following WORD template to prepare an abstract and to submit it electronically:
Please do not modify the characteristics of these templates (fonts, margins, spacing, etc.)
Selected papers for publication in the special JQSRT issue
A special issue of the Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer (JQSRT) will be published in relationship with Light Pollution Theory Modelling and Measurement. All papers included in this special issue will undergo a rigorous peer review process. Only papers related to subject areas and topics of JQSRT are suitable for publication. The special issue will be ready to receive articles some month before the meeting. The dates will be indicated soon.
For facilitating the exchange of information, the traditional single-sheet A0/A1 poster format will be replaced in this edition of LPTMM by pdf presentations of up to 10 slides. They will be available online in the virtual poster room for visualization by the participants in the conference.
They should include, at least, the following information:
Your main thesis or research objective
A summary of ideas, arguments, and wider issues raised by your research