(Old instructions below)
The proceedings of CS15 will be published online-only (as an e-book) in the
Conference Proceedings Series of the American Institute of Physics (AIP).
Authors will not receive a printed copy, but have guaranteed access to the
online proceedings. AIP will still prepare and distributed printed copies to
subscribing libraries. If you want you can order printed copies directly from
AIP. The AIP Conference Proceedings Series is linked into ADS.
School of Physics & Astronomy
Att. Eric Stempels
Author instructions, examples, templates and forms are available online at :
We aim for a quick production of the proceedings, and therefore expect to receive your contributions at the latest on September 25th (non-negiotable).
You should prepare your manuscript using LaTeX (not pdftex or pdflatex). A template is included in the AIP macro package. When submitting, you will be asked to upload your LaTeX manuscript, and we will process it on our system. We do not accept files prepared with MS Word.
Since the proceedings will be published electronically, you may want to include URLs. Please use the
In the abstract you will need to include PACS classification numbers (similar to keywords). Classification numbers related to astronomy can be found in PACS category number 90.
You will also be asked to provide keywords with your abstract. Please choose keywords from the list that is common to the major astronomical journals.
When preparing figures, pay special attention to that these should be readable at high resolution. Scanned or bitmap figures should be prepared to a resolution of 600dpi. Lower resolutions generally do not produce good output when printing.
If you have any questions when preparing your manuscript, please check these pages again, or contact us.
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