The abstracts of invited talks (Tutorials, Plenary Lectures and Progress Reports), will be accessible in electronic version from the Book of Abstracts that will be posted on the Conference Website. They will also be published in the Conference Handbook distributed to the participants.
The Tutorial lectures will be published in Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics, and the Plenary Talks, Progress Reports and Special Reports, as a regular issue of Journal of Physics: Conference Series, an online open-access journal that is freely available without restriction (see the ICPEAC 2017 JPCS Proceedings).
Information concerning the submission of the Invited Papers manuscript files (page limits, styles, etc.) will be provided on the Conference Website and sent by electronic mail to all Invited Speakers by 15 April 2019.
The post-deadline abstracts have been reviewed by the Local Organizing Committee. The submission is now closed.
All accepted abstracts (Regular and Post-deadline) are accessible in electronic version here. They will appear in the Book of Abstracts and the corresponding poster lists will be published in the Conference Handbook.
The post-post-deadline abstracts can still be sent to Local Organizing Committee. They will be reviewed by the Local Organizing Committee as they come. Provided acceptance and available poster boards during the poster sessions, they could be displayed during the conference. They will neither appear in the Book of Abstracts nor in the Conference Handbook. Nevertheless and addendum will be printed and distributed to the ICPEAC 2019 participants.
We encourage you to submit under this format any fresh, exciting new results that have been obtained in the last few months.
These post-post-deadline abstracts should be sent at firstname.lastname@example.org. The templates for post- post-deadline abstracts submission are the same as for the Regular abstracts and can be found below
The length of each abstract is strictly limited to one page. Abstracts should be informative, carefully prepared, with new insights stressed. The abstract should enable the ICPEAC Committees to judge the scientific merit of the paper.
Abstracts must be prepared using Word or LaTeX templates. The text of those templates provides detailed instructions on the preparation of regular abstracts. When using the templates, do not make changes or modifications to the page layout or paragraph styles. Only one figure is allowed (or zero). Before submission the abstract must be converted to the PDF format. It should look like this sample abstract. The file size should not exceed 1 Mb.
Note: The PDF file of the abstract should be named as “Einstein_A.pdf”, where “Einstein” is the full family name of the first author, followed by an underscore “_“, then the first letter “A” of the initials of the given name of the first author. In case you submit more than one abstract, a number _1, _2,... should be appended to the initials of the given name, e.g. “Einstein_A_1.pdf”, "Einstein_A_2.pdf".
All valid abstracts prepared according to the guidelines have been considered by the ICPEAC Committees.
Authors who submitted regular abstracts have been notified about their status by e-mail in April 2019. Regular abstracts, accepted for IOP, will be published as part of the Conference Proceedings in JPCS, the Journal of Physics: Conference Series under the IOP Proceedings Licence, provided one of the author will present the corresponding poster during the conference.
Acceptance of post-deadline abstracts has been notified by e-mail by 16 June at the latest.
All accepted abstracts (regular and post-deadline) will appear in the Book of Abstracts of the conference that will be available online via the Conference Website. Please keep in mind that at least one of the authors or co-authors should be registered for the conference.
The post-post deadline abstracts will be notified by email as they come. They will be printed in an addendum of the Conference Handbook and will be distributed to the participants at the conference.
The invited papers should be prepared using Microsoft Word or LaTeX, according to the journal guidelines and templates, and then converted to PDF. Full instructions for preparing your paper, along with templates, can be found on the IOP Conference Series website. The submitted manuscripts, that must contain predominantly unpublished material, will be peer reviewed by two external referees. We draw particular attention to the strict compliance with the guidelines for preparing reference lists, enabling your paper to be available online with the minimum of delay.
The maximum length for the manuscript is the following: 6 pages for Special Reports, 8 pages for Progress Reports and 10 pages for Plenary Talks.
All papers published in IOP Conference Series are currently published on a gold open access, under a CC BY license. Any author who wishes to publish in IOP Conference Series must agree to the terms of the license and by submitting a paper for publication it is assumed all authors of the paper agree, in full, to the terms of the license available online.
Submission & peer review enquiries: Enquiries concerning review of papers should be directed to email@example.com.
Journal enquiries: General enquiries regarding “Journal of Physics: Conference Series” should be directed to: firstname.lastname@example.org.