the RR2015 Paper outline Template

This is a sample title for an outline paper submitted to RR2015
The title should be clear and concise: please do not to use more than two lines and if possible,
limit the title to 100 characters. Make sure you avoid using special characters; these will not
display correctly.
Author Name*, Author Name**, initials then surnames, separated by commas
* first author’s address, email address
** second author’s address, email address
Abstract: Give a short clear description of the main facts or ideas that you are including in your outline paper
for the IWA Resource Recovery Conference; this summary should not exceed 10 lines.
Keywords: Three keywords separated by; semi-colons
This is the first paragraph – text set with no indent but justified. This is our preferred style for
all first paragraphs after headings [12pt Times New Roman].
All subsequent paragraphs are indented and justified.
 The maximal length of your outline paper is to be three A4 pages of text including figures,
The Introduction section should clearly state the background and the objectives of your
work. No extensive literature review is needed for an outline paper but major
accomplishments with the respective literature influencing your work should be mentioned.
Material and Methods
Please include a brief description of the methods/techniques used (the principles of these
methods should not be described if readers can be directed to easily accessible references or
standard texts).
Results and Conclusions
This section should summarise clearly the experimental results obtained or the major
outcomes of the performed study.
Any trends or points of interest should be highlighted.
All major results presented in the outline paper should be supported and/or proved by
graphical presentations or tabular results.
Please avoid statements that the results will be presented during the conference.
The review of your submission will be based mainly on the material provided at the point of
submission and will not consider any promised accomplishments to be expected in the near
If you wish to present your results in a tabular form or by using graphical presentations
please use the following formats for tables and figures.
Figures and tables should appear in numerical order, be described in the body of the text
and be positioned close to where they are first cited. Make sure all figures and tables will fit
inside the text area.
Please ensure that all figures are clearly labelled and easily readable in black-and-white
Table 1.1 This is a style for Table Titles. “Table 1.1, 1.2 etc” should be in bold. Table captions should appear
above tables.
Please include your table here.
Please include your figure here.
Figure 1.1 This is a style for Figure legends. “Figure 1.1, 1.2 etc” should be in bold. Figure legends should
appear below figures.
For citation in the main text use surname of author and year of publication: Jones (2002) or
(Jones, 2002). Insert initials only if there are two different authors with the same surname and
same year of publication. The abbreviation "et al." should be used in the text when there are
more than two co-authors of a cited paper.
References should be listed alphabetically at the end of the outline paper. Although "et al."
is preferable in the text, in the list of references all authors should be given.
Andrews, J. F. (1993), Modeling and simulation of wastewater treatment processes. Wat. Sci. Tech., 28(11/12),
Billing, A. E. (1987), Modelling techniques for biological systems. M.Sc. thesis, Dept Chem. Eng., Univ. of
Cape Town, Rondebosch 7700, South Africa.
Billing, A.E. and Dold, P.L. (1988a), Modelling techniques for biological reaction systems. 1. Mathematic
description and model representation. Wat. S