8.2. Paper Title
The title should be typed in capital letters, bold and centered alignment. This is the only item of the Paper that is typed in bold.
8.3. Authors and co-authors
The authors’ names should be presented with only one of all surnames in capital letters. Below the name of each author should be indicated, with initial capital letters, the professional title (Consultant, Title University, Technical Director, General Coordinator, etc.) and to the side, separated by a dash, the author’s company or institution (see also item 4).
8.4. Summary / Abstract (not numbered)
Each Paper must be initiated by an Abstract in Portuguese, not to exceed 10 (ten) lines, followed by a summary (also a maximum of 10 lines), in English (Abstract), to enable its registration by international agencies. To assist in the version of the abstracts in English, please consult the technical dictionaries CBDB / ICOLDS available at www.cbdb.org.br.
If the work is presented in Spanish or in an official language of ICOLD (see item 17), the summary must also be in the original language of the Paper in the place of the Portuguese, followed by the abstract in English.
If the Paper fails to properly present the Summary and its respective Abstract, it will be returned.
When necessary, the Abstract may have more than ten lines, if they fit on the front page and there is no disagreement with the other items of this Guideline.