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 will be reviewed by the Local Organizing Committee.
All accepted abstracts (Regular and Post-deadline) will be accessible in electronic version from the Conference Website and will appear in the Book of Abstracts. The list of all accepted regular abstracts will be published in the Conference Handbook.
We encourage you to submit under this format any fresh, exciting new results that may appear in the next few months.
The templates for 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".
When your abstract is ready, proceed to the abstract submission page. To access the submission page you will first need to create a user account on the ConfTool Conference Administration platform for ICPEAC 2019. You will then be able to submit, verify and modify all your submitted contributions from the page “Your Submissions” of your ConfTool account.
To complete your submission you will have to fill the submission form and upload the corresponding files:
If your abstract includes a figure it is mandatory to upload a 3rd file:
Note: the source files will be used ONLY to correct very minor typos or format mistakes. To avoid several useless email exchanges with the authors, the Local Organizing Committee will do it for you!
All post-deadline abstracts must be submitted before 15 June 2019.
Note: At least one of the authors or co-authors should be registered for the conference, the deadline for early–bird registration being 17 May 2019.
All valid abstracts prepared according to the guidelines will be considered by the ICPEAC Committees.
Authors whose regular abstracts have been accepted will be notified by e-mail in April 2019. Accepted regular abstracts will be published as part of the Conference Proceedings in JPCS, the Journal of Physics: Conference Series under the IOP Proceedings Licence, unless the authors have declined the publication of their abstract in the JPCS.
Acceptance of post-deadline abstracts will be notified by e-mail at the end of June 2019 (at the latest).
All accepted abstracts 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.
Despite the detailed explanations and instructions provided, if you encounter major difficulties to submit your abstract you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org, but please do so only if necessary.
More information to come.