Publication of the LRT2010 Workshop Proceedings
The workshop proceedings will be published by the
American Institute of Physics through their
AIP conference proceedings
service. The published hard bound copy will be 8.5"x11" in size
with contributed papers in black and white single-column format.
We request that all workshop speakers submit a contributed paper
to the proceedings. Also we invite participants with posters
to submit papers to the proceedings.
Please see the
information for authors
page on the AIP website when creating your paper. The AIP's webpage
8.5x11 single-sided instructions
contains futher information and resources. We post here
some of the useful files and templates:
AIP guide for authors and sample paper:
8.5x11 inch single-column instruction booklet
8.5x11 inch single-column sample paper
AIP permission forms for authors:
AIP form for transfer of copyright
AIP form for permission to reprint published material
Guide and files for working in MS-Word:
8.5x11 inch single-column MS-Word template
AIP Users Guide for MS Word submission templates
Guide and files for working in LaTeX:
LaTeX README.txt file
LaTeX FAQ.txt file
8.5x11 inch single-column sample paper in postscript
LaTeX macros as zip archive
Please note the following:
- The papers are printed in Black and white (greyscale), we suggest to
convert colour photos and figures to black and white to ensure proper
- Suggested paper length is 4-8 single column 8.5"x11" pages, maximum 10 pages.
- Please use the supplied style files to ensure consistency of
style (titles, headers, references and notes etc.)
- Please complete the transfer of copyright form.
- Be sure to submit a permission form for the inclusion of any
published material (even if the work is your own). Please consult
the permission section of the instruction booklet above. Do this
as early as possible, as this is the source of most delays.
We want to have the proceeding published by November 29th 2010. Thus we ask
that papers be submitted by the November 22nd 2010. Please submit contributions
to Richard Ford (firstname.lastname@example.org).