Paper Submission

Proceedings of EuroCHRIE 2016 Conference

Please cite the papers from the EuroCHRIE 2016 as following:

Authors, Full title, Proceedings of EuroCHRIE 2016 Conference, 26-28 October, 2016, Budapest, Hungary

ISBN 978-615-5459-04-7  




Submission: CLOSED (For late submission requests, please contact   Review deadline: 23rd April Upload deadline for edited full papers: 1st July Early-bird registration deadline: 15th July       All Conference Papers should meet the following guidelines:

To assist you in preparing your paper for submission, a guideline has been prepared in MS Word. Typing directly into the document is an easy and effective way to ensure your paper meets the style requirements. Please download the EuroCHRIE Paper and Poster Style Guidelines here:

EuroCHRIE Poster Style Guidelines All Poster Presentations should meet the following guidelines:

  • Maximum 1,000 words excluding the title, abstract, figures, tables and/or diagrams and references
  • Abstract maximum of 150 words
  • Maximum of six keywords
  • Identify into which of the five themes the paper fits
  • Be prepared in MS Word (using the Poster Guidelines)
  • Be written in English (UK spelling) and be free from grammatical and spelling errors
  • Poster sessions may be used to present “works in progress”
  • Authors of accepted posters are expected to set up their posters at a specific time according to the conference schedule
  • Authors of accepted papers are to prepare A1 (portrait) posters for display at the conference.

DOWNLOAD Poster Style Guidelines

EuroCHRIE Paper Style Guidelines Submission Procedure for Conference Papers Presentations Accepted papers will also be subdivided into two main focus categories as appropriate for the target audience. Please indicate on your paper into which category, ‘Applied/Industry’ or ‘Theoretical/Academic’, your paper submission best fits. There will be an award for the Best Paper for which a current or a recently qualified (completion on or after Tuesday 15th March 2016) postgraduate research student is the lead author. Please indicate in your paper submission if you wish to be considered for this award. All accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings and registered delegates will receive a certificate confirming their attendance at ‘What’s going well? EuroCHRIE 2016’ in their conference pack. The Call for Papers closes on Tuesday 15th March 2016. Papers should be submitted via the online registration system (instructions for use are available after users have logged into the system) DOWNLOAD Paper Style Guidelines

Online Paper/ Poster Submission





The event is an continuation of and was initiated by the research financed under the Research and Technology Innovation Fund (KTIA_AIK_12-1-2013-0043) called Adaptation and ICT-supported development opportunities of regional wellbeing and wellness concepts to the Balkans.