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The 16th International Workshop on Radiative Properties of Hot Dense Matter
29 September - 3 October 2014
Abstracts will be required by 1 September 2014 . Abstracts should be submitted
in PDF-format or Microsoft Word files by e-mail to RichardWLee32@gmail.com
As in previous meetings in this series, the organizers believe strongly in the
importance of publishing a workshop proceedings, both to share the research
presented with the scientific community, and to create a permanent record of
the meeting. Each speaker should consider submitting a manuscript, either at
the meeting, or shortly thereafter, for publication in a special issue of High
Energy Density Physics.
The RPHDM meeting proceedings will be printed in the Elsevier Journal, High
Energy Density Physics.
The deadline for proceedings submissions is Monday, 16 December, 2014.
For the submission process we will accept articles in the MS Word and LaTeX
formats. Please send them directly to RichardWLee32@gmail.com. These articles
will be reviewed to ensure quality. Upon acceptance of an article, Authors
will be asked to transfer copyright (for more information on copyright
seehttp://elsevier.com/authors). The electronic text should be prepared in a
way very similar to that of conventional manuscripts (see
LaTeX documents: The article should preferably be written using Elsevier's
document class "elsart". The Elsevier LaTeX package (including detailed
instructions for LaTeX preparation) can be obtained
Overview: Please write your text in English. Italics are not to be used for
expressions of Latin origin, for example, in vivo, et al., per se. Use decimal
points (not commas); use a space for thousands (10 000 and above). Use double
line spacing and wide margins on numbered, single column pages.
The title page(s) should contain the article title, author(s) names and
affiliations, the text of related footnotes and the text of the
abstract. The author to whom the proofs should be sent must be indicated
with her/his full postal address, telephone number, e-mail address and/or
fax number. One to four classification codes (PACS 2003 at
http://www.aip.org/pacs/) and up to six keywords of the author's choice
should be given below the abstract.
Tables should be typed on separate sheets at the end of the manuscript. In
addition to its serial number, each table should have a sufficiently
detailed caption to explain the data displayed in it.
Figures should be numbered and their captions listed together at the end of
the manuscript in EPS or TIFF format. A detailed guide on electronic
artwork is available on our website:
Formulae in the manuscript should be clearly typed with particular
consideration given to characters that maybe misinterpreted.
References in the text to other publications should be numbered
consecutively within square brackets and listed together at the end of the
text. The format is: 1) after the first three names use et al. 2) Use the
abbreviation for the Journal, 3) use bold type for the volume, 4) page
number, and 5) the year in parentheses. For example, SJ Rose, RW Lee, A
Einstein, et al., Phys Rev B 33, 1234 (2008).
Submission checklist: This list can be used during the final checking
of an article prior to sending it for review.
Please ensure that the following items are present:
One Author designated as corresponding Author
Full postal address
Telephone and fax numbers
All necessary files have been sent.
All figure captions
All tables (including title, description, footnotes)
Manuscript should be spell checked.
All references mentioned in the Reference list are cited in the text, and
Color figures must be clearly marked as intended for color reproduction on
the Web (free of charge) and in print (at extra charge to the author). To have
your color figure on the Web (free of charge) but in black-and-white in print
please insert "(Color online)" at the beginning of the Figure Caption. Please
note that in the "Color online" case one should not use references to the
color in figure, either in the text or figure caption.
If only color on the Web is required, black and white versions of the
figures are also supplied for printing purposes.