The Proceedings of the Superconductivity Centennial Conference Eucas/ICEC/ICMC2011 (SCC2011) will be published by Elsevier in the following form
?All Plenary Lectures and a selection of the Oral Presentations will be published in a special issue of Physica C. These contributions will be subject to Physica C peer review and publication standards. The authors will soon be contacted personally by the guest editors Horst Rogalla and Peter Kes with directions about the preparation and on-line submission of their papers via Elsevier’s Editorial System (EES) at http://ees.elsevier.com/physc. Manuscripts can be submitted starting 1 August 2011; the submission deadline is 30 November 2011. The length of the articles is about 10 printed pages.
?All other contributed papers of both oral and poster presentations will be published in electronic form after review in a volume of Physics Procedia. Submission should be done electronically in order to facilitate the editorial and reviewing process. For each presented contribution a manuscript of 6 printed pages (maximum) may be submitted to the proceedings. The papers should describe original work of the author(s) which has not been previously published. Submission of manuscripts will be possible till 24 September 2011.
Both of these journals are fully accessible electronically and can be cited and referenced in the usual way. All papers in Physics Procedia will be available on-line through www.science.direct.com. The papers in Physica C will be free to download for all conference participants during one year after appearance, after which the regular subscription rules will apply.
The envisaged date of publication is before 30 June 2012.
PREPARATION OF MANUSCRIPTS
Contributed papers should be prepared using the style files and the MS Word or LaTeX templates provided below. After conversion, these templates will produce PDF files in the style of the Journal. Only these PDF files should be submitted to the guest editors for review and further processing by Procedia. The length of these papers is limited to 6 pages in the Journal’s format.
Download the PROCEDIA LaTex template and the corresponding style sheets or the PROCEDIA Word template. Please use the templates together with the guidelines below for preparing your manuscript.
?PROCEDIA LaTex template, guidelines and style sheets (zip-file)
?PROCEDIA Word template (doc-file)
?Guidelines for preparing your Word manuscript (pdf-file)
?Physics Procedia copyright form (doc-file)
SUBMISSION OF MANUSCRIPTS
For submission of your manuscript you need the abstract code (Axxx) assigned by us to the abstract that you submitted and that will be printed in the Program Book. This code will now also be used to identify your manuscript.
The manuscript of each contributed paper (in PDF format), together with a signed Procedia Copyright Form, should be submitted by electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please, enter the abstract code on the subject line of your email and attach the PDF file and the copyright form to the email. More is not needed, so you do not have to enter a message; just abstract code on the subject line and the two files attached. If you are going to contribute more than one presentation, then please submit each manuscript with its copyright form by separate email.
Note that the deadline for submission is 24 September 2011.
Corrected or amended versions of your paper
If you need to make a change to your paper that has not been requested by the editors, you may submit an amended version of your manuscript following the same rules as for first submission. We will then replace the previous version of your paper by the amended one. After 24 September 2011 this will not be possible anymore.