Hyperon Physics Symposium
27-29 September, 1999
Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, Batavia, Illinois.
Instruction for the author about the proceedings
Deadline October 27th 1999
The deadline for submission of papers for the proceedings is one month after the conference, i.e. October 27th 1999 at 9 am US central time at Fermilab
Since conference proceedings have a relatively short useful lifetime, we will endeavor to send you a copy of the proceedings as soon after the Symposium as we possibily can. To this aim we have to set a strict deadline for submission of papers to the proceedings. Any late submissions will regretably have to be omitted.
We would appreciate it if you could have your proceedings submission ready as soon as possible. A complete electronic version is preferable as we eliminate postage time from Europe (as long as we can print out a camera ready version from the electronic version). We can also link this version to the Hyperon99 WEB site.
Electronic versions should be mailed to email@example.com
Camera ready paper versions should be may be mailed to:
Marilyn Smith M.S. 105 Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory P.O. Box 500 Batavia, IL 60510 Tel: 630-840-3234 Fax: 630-840-2900
Street is Wilson and Batavia Roads for FedEx overnight.
Please send two sigle sided with the text centered versions, including one camera ready, the other will be scanned for the WEB page.
Note that the deadline is at the reception of the manuscript, not when it is posted. (Note that some departments and labs use a courier service for cross Atlantic post to send mail in bulk, in some cases I have seen this take over a month. In contrast regular airmail from Europe to the US usually takes about 6-10 days). We apologize for having to set such strict deadlines, but it is the only way to ensure timely delivery of the proceedings.
The paper length should be as following:
Short talks (New result session) (15'): up to 4 pages Review talks (30'): up to 8 pages Overview, Summary talks (45'): up to 10 pages
For the edition of your paper, read the conference proceedings instruction. A set of LaTeX macros designed for this conference proceedings have been prepared to help you to achieve a camera ready paper. This set contain a style file, a LaTeX example, (that we used for the proceeding instructions), a eps style file to handle encapsulated postscript figures, two examples of figures, fig1.eps and fig2.eps,, used in the LaTeX example and finaly the result of the LaTeX compilation in postscript format. Please download these various files to help you in preparing your conference report. We apologize that we are not able to provide macros or templates for any other word processor. Those can be used providing the general instruction available in the conference proceedings instruction are followed. No color figures will be accepted for this proceeding. If your postscript file is in color, that is fine as long as you (or we) print it out in black and white for the camera ready manuscript. In case of problems, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The front cover of the proceeding will most probably look like the following draft.
Emmanuel Monnier Last updated on October 13, 1999.