<bio>

Biography

Definition

Short biography of a person, usually an author or other contributor

Remarks

Conversion Note: The XLink linking attribute xlink:href may be used to point to a picture of the contributor, to a more complete vita, to his/her website, etc.

Attributes

content-type Type of Content
id Identifier
rid Reference to an Identifier
xlink:actuate Actuating the Link
xlink:href Href (Linking Mechanism)
xlink:role Role of the Link
xlink:show Showing the Link
xlink:title Title of the Link
xlink:type Type of Link
xmlns:xlink XLink Namespace Declaration

Model Information

Content Model

<!ELEMENT  bio          %bio-model;                                  >

Description

The following, in order:

This element may be contained in:

<back> Back Matter; <contrib> Contributor; <contrib-group> Contributor Group

Tagged Example


<article>
<front>...
<article-meta>...
<contrib-group>
<contrib contrib-type="author">
<name><surname>Forster</surname>
<given-names>Anne</given-names></name>
<role>Designed electronic devices and protocols</role>
<xref ref-type="aff"/>
<bio>
<p><bold>Anne Forster</bold> is the current editor of 
the <italic>OASIS Microwave Journal</italic>, responsible 
for Technical Committee and Developments. She received 
her BE and PhD in electrical engineering from the 
University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia. 
Currently, she is professor in the School of 
Electronic Engineering at the University of 
Finlandia, where she holds the chair in Microwave 
Electronics</p>
<p>She is a member of the technical program committee 
for the International Microwave Symposium and a member 
of the editorial board for the <italic>Mulberry 
Transactions on Microwave Theory and Technique</italic>. 
she has organized many workshops and taught many 
short courses on microwave signal integrity and 
wireless and RF design.</p>
</bio>
<email>afwiz@queensland.edu</email>
</contrib>
<contrib contrib-type="author">...
</contrib>
</contrib-group>...</article-meta>
</front>
<body>...
</body>
<back>
...
</back></article> 


Module

common.ent