Please prepare your manuscript for the proceedings of the symposium in Microsoft Word format.
If you are not a user of Word, Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) is also acceptable.
If you cannot prepare either file format, please contact us immediately.
All manuscripts should be supplied by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or on a Windows formatted diskette or CD-ROM by mail.
- The maximum number of characters is 10,000 (exclusive space characters). Tables, figures, and photographs are acceptable, their maximum number is 5.
- Each manuscript should be preceded by a title section showing the exact title and the name(s) of the author(s) including the affiliations and e-mail address. The
text should be separated into two, three, or more numbered major sections (which can include several subsections).
Example of typical appropriate major section headings are Introduction, Method, Results,
Discussion and Conclusions. Any necessary acknowledgements of significant personal or financial contributions or support should appear at the end.
- The text should be in 11pt Times New roman or its equivalent for the title, section heads and the body of the text, and 10pt for the authors names and addresses.
Please use capitals for the title and authors, bold face for title and headings, and italics for the subheadings. The abstract, footnotes, figure and table captions should be in 9pt.
- Tables, figures and photographs should be monochrome, at least 300dpi and saved in a separate pdf-file. Please do not
include them in the file that you submit electronically but clearly indicate in the text which table, figure or photograph should be placed where and add file name, caption, and source.
- By submitting tables, figures, and photographs, the author confirms that he/she is in possession of all copyrights connected therewith and is thus entitled to pass
them on to a third party for publication.
- Each reference should be numbered in order of its first appearance in the text and should be typed as follows:
a. List all authors and do not use et al.
b. Include the full title of the article or chapter.
c. Write the book or journal title in italics.
d. Write the volume number in boldface.
e. Give the beginning and ending pages.
f. Use numbers in square brackets  for citations in the text.
- Hüttenbrink K. B., The mechanics of the middle ear at static air pressures. Acta otolaryngol. 451 (1988) pp. 1-35
- Dirckx J. J. and Decraemer W., Area change and volume displacement of the human tympanic membrane under static pressure. Hearing Research 62
(1992) pp. 99-104
- Densert O., Ivarsson A. and Pedersen K., The influence of perilymphatic pressure on the displacement of the tympanic membrane. Acta otolaryngol. 84
(1977) pp. 220-226
- Gaihede M. and Kabel J., The normal Pressure-Volume Relationship of the Middle Ear System and its biological Variation. In J. Rosowski and S. Merchant (eds.) The
function and mechanics of normal, diseased and reconstructed middle ears. (Kugler Publications, The Hague, Netherlands 2000) pp. 59-70
- Submission of the manuscript to the conference staff automatically transfers the copyright to World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd.