Guidelines for Full Paper Submission


All presenters must submit a full written paper of their presentations. The papers will be published on the conference website.

All texts must be translated to a professional standard. Please ask your English professor or a native English speaker to review your text!

Below are the further guidelines for full papers.



• Margin:  2.5 cm on both sides.

• Font - 12

• Space between rows - 1,5


Header and footer

• Apply headers and footers to all pages, except for the cover page. Place the title of the article In the header of even pages, and the name of the author(s) in the header of odd pages. Use Arial 9 pt., full  justification.



Page numbering

• Start page numbering with the first page following the cover page. Use Arial 10 pt. for page numbers.
• Insert the page number in the bottom right corner, conclusive with the page containing the bibliography. 

First page

• Place the title flush left, using  Arial Bold  14 pt. 
• The first paragraph contains four entries: 1) name  of the author(s), Arial Bold 12 pt., left flush; 2) position title and academic degree of the mentor(s), Arial 12 pt., left flush; 3) name of the department, faculty, and university, Arial 12 pt., left flush; 4) email address of the author, Arial Underlined 12 pt., blue, left flush. Use double space between entries. 


• Place four blank lines before and one after the main text (Arial 12 pt.).
• The article should be written in Arial 12 pt., 1.15 spacing, full justification, unless the directions say otherwise. 


Subtitles and paragraphs

• The titles of the chapters should be written in Arial Bold 12 pt., left flush. Place two blank lines before the first paragraph of the text.
• Each paragraph should have the first line indent of 10 mm.
• Use size 12 pt. For the subtitles carrying the names of subchapters. Do not use bold letters.
• Subtitles of the second level, carrying the names of single narrower themes should be written in Italics 12 pt., indent 10 mm.




• Notes are placed at the bottom of the page (footnotes). Use Arial 10 pt., full, justification, single spacing between lines.



Figures (photographs and drawings)

• Each photo or drawing should be referenced in the text.
• Illustrations should be embedded in the text after the first mention.
• Figures should fall within the text (Text Wrapping › Top and Bottom). Do not insert them in the text box!
• Place one blank line before the figure and after the legend.
• Pictures should be cantered horizontally. Make sure that their width does not exceed the margins.
• Each figure should be marked with the ordinal number in Italics, and contain the description. Use size 10 pt., centre the legend and place it below the figure (without a line space). Do not place a full stop dot at the end of the legend.
• At the end of the description of the photo, cite the author’s name, date of creation (month and year) in parentheses. The name of the month should be written as a word.



Tables and charts

• Tables and charts should be embedded in the text after the first mention. Use Italics 10 pt. for table or chart number. Write a short description; place it centred, above the table or chart.



• This section is optional. The title page is not marked with a number. Use full justification, letter size 9 pt. and first line indent 10 of mm.



• For bibliographic quotations abide by the following rules:

Book (by a single author)
SURNAME, Name, Title of the book: subtitle, City: Publisher, Date of publication

Book (more than one author)
SURNAME 1, Name 1; SURNAME 2, Name 2, Title of the Book: subtitle, City: Publisher, Date of publication

Magazine article or book chapter
SURNAME, Name; “Article/ chapter title: subtitle”, Name of Magazine, Volume number, (Date), editor, city: publisher, year of issue, page numbers

Article in online magazine or website document
(SURNAME, Name) “Title of document/ article”, Name of the webpage/ Title of the online magazine, (editor), URL, date of publication or retrieval



Useful advice

• Use third person pronoun, eg. "The varnish was dissolved by solvents." NOT "I dissolved the varnish by solvents." 
• Organize the text in such a way that it has title, introduction, main text, (methodology of work, discussion about the results) conclusion and bibliography.
• Do not use CAPS in order to pinpoint words or sentences, unless it is an acronym (eg. UV fluorescence, ICOM – International Committee of Museums).
• Mentioning an institution or technique for the first time, write its full name, eg. International Committee of Museums (ICOMOS thereafter) or Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR thereafter).
• Names of works of art should be written in Italics. It is desirable to write the date of creation, technique used, and the name of owner (eg. Constantin Brancusi, Sleeping Muse, 1910, bronze, The Metropolitan Museum of Art).
• Numbers from one to ten should be written as words.


Article template for the production of the article    

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