Paper submission

If you work in this field and think others may be interested in your way of working or the technology being developed, why not share your knowledge and expertise by producing and presenting a paper? The first step is to produce an abstract for your proposed paper. Papers are welcome on any of the topics listed under the three technical tracks.

Abstracts of between 300 to 400 words in English need to be submitted by 11 September 2017. Please submit abstracts through the conference web site: Authors.

Key dates to remember

Abstracts due: Monday 11 September 2017 extended to 18 September.
Draft papers due: Monday 20 November 2017

Final papers due: Monday 19 February 2018
Author's registration: Friday 13th March 2018


The official language of the conference is the English. The conference papers will be written and presented in English. Although all submitted papers will be considered by the Organising Committee, final acceptance will depend upon the Committee's decision based on the contents of the final manuscript.

The presenting author of each paper will be entitled to a reduction in their registration fee. Speakers will not be reimbursed any travel or accommodation expenses.

All papers will be published in electronic format and in a soft-bound volume of abstracts available to all conference delegates.

During the conference, each author has exactly 20 minutes to make its presentation, followed by 8 minutes of questions. The 2 minutes remaining are used to change the speaker, to display the next presentation and to install the microphone.
It will be possible to listen to sound in the conference rooms with loudspeakers.


Selected papers will be considered for publication in either the Noise Control Engineering Journal or the Journal of Power and Energy, with the choice being dependent on the scope of the paper. For further details visit the Noise Control Engineering Journal and Journal of Power and Energy websites.