RULES FOR SUBMISSION
1.1. EXTENDED ABSTRACT TITLE (Times New Roman, size 14, bold, centered, 1,5 spacing).
1.2. Full name of the author, Full name of the institution (Times New Roman, size 10, centered, 1,5 spacing. Authors’ names separated by period and space). They may be composed of up to three (3) authors.
1.3 ABSTRACT (Unnumbered topic, Times New Roman, size 12, capital letters, bold, left-aligned, single-spaced). The lowercase text, Times New Roman, size 12, justified, single-spaced, should start one line below the word “ABSTRACT”. It should not contain citations and bibliographic references. With 150 to 200 words.
1.4. KEYWORS (Times New Roman, size 11, single spacing, up to 5 keywords).
1.5. Body of work: Introduction, Material and Methods, Results, Discussion, Conclusions, Acknowledgments (if any) and Bibliographic References.
1.5.1. The extended abstract should occupy a minimum of two and a maximum of four pages, including Text, Tables and / or Figures. It should be formatted for A4 page size (21.0 cm x 29.7 cm), “portrait” orientation, with 3.0 cm top and left margins, 2.5 cm bottom and right margins and Microsoft text editor Word.
1.5.2 A maximum of 2 figures and 2 tables will be allowed, which should be inserted in the body of the work according to their order of presentation.
1.5.3. The list of references must include only works cited in the text and presented in alphabetical order. The formatting of citations and references must follow the ABNT standards (NBR 6023: 2002).
2.1. Articles must be up to 63,000 characters with spaces.
2.2.1. Text editor: Microsoft Word
2.2.2. Paper: A4
2.2.3. Margins: left, right, top and bottom of 2.5 cm
2.2.4. Font: Times New Roman, size 12
2.2.5. Pagination: bottom right corner
2.2.6 Paragraph: justified alignment; line spacing: 1,5
2.3.1. Title in Portuguese / Spanish and English with a maximum of eight words each;
2.3.2. Identification of the author (s): full name, title, institution to which you are connected, link to the Lattes curriculum, address for correspondence, telephone and e-mail; Information on financing or benefits received; Up to 3 authors are allowed.
2.3.3. Abstract in Portuguese / Spanish and English (with 150 to 200 words each) containing object, objective, method, result and conclusion;
2.3.4. Keywords in Portuguese / Spanish and English (up to 5 for each language).
2.3.5. The article must also comply with the following rules:
a) Sections: Unnumbered introduction, development (which must be divided and numbered sequentially with Indo-Arabic numerals) and unnumbered conclusion.
b) Citations: the so-called author-date system (according to ABNT NBR-10520) must be used.
- Citations of up to 3 lines must appear in the body of the text, in quotation marks, indicating the surname, year and page of publication. Example: (SANTOS, 2015, p. 135).
- Extensive citations (of 4 lines or more) must be presented in a paragraph with indentation (2 cm), smaller font (10) and with an indication of the surname, year and page of publication.
c) Bibliographic references: must be presented in alphabetical order at the end of the text (according to ABNT NBR-6023). Examples:
LAST NAME, First Name and Middle Name (if any). Title: subtitle. 2. ed. (Edition). City: Publisher, year. (Collection Name - if any).
LAST NAME, First Name and Middle Name (if any). Chapter title. In: LAST NAME, Name. Book Title: subtitle. City: Publisher, year. p. (pages: initial-final).
LAST NAME, First Name and Middle Name (if any). Book Title: subtitle. City: Publisher, year.
LAST NAME, First Name and Middle Name (if any). Title of the article. Journal Name, City, Vol. (volume), n. (number), p. (pages: initial-final), year.
LAST NAME, First Name and Middle Name (if any). Title: subtitle. City, year. Available at: complete e-mail address. Accessed on: 15 fev. 2021.
LAST NAME, First Name and Middle Name (if any). Title: subtitle. Thesis or Dissertation in (Program Area) ¬— Institution, City, year.
d) Explanatory notes: must be reduced to the minimum necessary and presented at the bottom of the pages.
e) Explanatory notes: must be reduced to the minimum necessary and presented at the bottom of the pages Diagrams, frames and tables: they must present the title and source and must be placed at the end of the text, after the references. Their position must be indicated in the text itself, with reference to them in the body of the paper. The repetition of information contained in the text must be avoided.
3.1. Each extended abstract/article can have up to 3 authors.
3.2. It is allowed to send up to two extended abstracts/article per author and as long as they are for different axes.
3.3. If the article is approved, the author (s) must submit a copyright assignment term for publication purposes and a term of responsibility for authenticity.
3.4. Abstracts/articles must be unpublished and must not have been sent to journals or other means of publication.