Interested persons are invited to submit, by 15 February 2007 an informative abstract of a paper, maximum 1500 characters, to be considered for presentation at the Symposium.

No poster presentations are scheduled. Receipt of your abstract and its status will be acknowledged by the Conference Office.

Abstract submission here

 Please note: 

Papers without at least one author registering by the early registration deadline will be excluded from the conference program.



The full paper must be no longer than 16 pages, including text, bibliography, tables and figures and will be due by 1 May  2007 Please use Microsoft Word or word processing software readable in Microsoft Word 2000 or higher and put the title of the paper, names of the authors and their institutional affiliation at the top of the paper. Please add below the paper 3-6 key words, which identify the substantive topics and methodology of the paper.


Please submit your paper as an attachment to e-mail to:

Ms. Eva Thiry: thiry@sztaki.hu


If your e-mail submission is impossible, the abstract and paper should be sent on a PC-compatible disk to the Symposium Secretariat:

Ms. Eva Thiry, KBS 2007 Symposium Secretariat

c/o SCOPE Meetings Ltd,

Kende u. 13-17., H-1111 Budapest, Hungary.


Authors are personally responsible for handling their late submissions of papers. As the emphasis is on the discussion, it is especially important that paper should be available for discussants before the Symposium.

As is the long-standing convention at the annual KBS Symposia, the local committee will develop the program, select participants to chair sessions, or comment on papers. It is important therefore that participants plan to be available for the five days –that is from morning of June 4 until noon June 8. The symposium will be developed and finalized, and presenters, chairpersons and discussants assigned based on the assumption that participants will be available for the full time.

Due to the large number, most papers are presented in parallel sessions. Some papers are selected for plenary presentations.