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The INPC2010 proceedings are now available on the IOP-JPCS site.
JPCS Volume 312 is now available at: http://iopscience.iop.org/1742-6596/312

Paper Preparation Information

Please submit papers to: www.editorialmanager.com/inpc2010/default.asp

Papers will be ePublished in the Open Access Journal of Physics: Conference Series (JPCS). They will not be published as a hard copy proceedings. Authors are requested to submit their papers prior to the deadline of Friday September 3rd, 2010.

All papers submitted to INPC2010 will be submitted to a review process. There is a 10 page maximum for Plenary and Invited papers, and a 6 page maximum for Contributed Talks, Poster and Student Poster papers.

Authors please note that although multiple abstracts may be submitted, authors should consider publishing only one paper in the conference proceedings.

For further information please contact:
Ms. Jana Thomson

The proceedings of the International Nuclear Physics Conference (INPC 2010) will be published in the Open Access Journal of Physics: Conference Series. (JPCS) which is published by IOP Publishing in the UK. All papers published in JPCS are fully citable and upon publication will be free to download. Authors may be interested to know that JPCS now receives in excess of 1.4 million article PDF downloads per year, and is abstracted and indexed in Scopus, Inspec, Web of Science (CPCI) and elsewhere. Citations to JPCS papers are tracked online using IOP Publishing's citing articles facility in addition to the full citation tracking facilities provided by Scopus.

**Important, please read before you submit a paper**

PUBLICATION LICENCE FOR OPEN ACCESS PROCEEDINGS PAPERS. For papers published in our open access proceedings titles IOP Publishing no longer requires authors to sign and submit copyright forms. Please note that our regular journals are unaffected by this change. For our open access proceedings titles (including JPCS) copyright transfer forms are being replaced by a publishing licence under which authors retain their copyright and no longer need to sign and submit any forms. Any author who wishes to publish in one of these titles must agree to the terms of the licence and by submitting a paper for publication in one of these titles it is assumed all authors of the paper agree, in full, to the terms of the licence.

The licence terms and conditions are available online.

Where to send your paper

A PDF file of your manuscript, prepared according to the JPCS guidelines (below), should be submitted via the INPC 2010 online submission and peer review system. Please submit your paper to www.editorialmanager.com/inpc2010/default.asp

Preparing your paper

Journal of Physics: Conference Series uses author-supplied PDFs for all online and print publication. Authors are asked to prepare their papers using Microsoft Word or LaTeX2e according to the journal guidelines and templates. Instructions on preparing your paper, together with Microsoft Word and LaTeX2e templates, can be downloaded from the journal's Guidelines for Authors web page.

What you need to provide

The PDF file of your paper: when preparing their papers, authors are kindly requested to ensure that they follow the minimum basic requirements from the journal guidelines. Full details are available online, but as a minimum authors should:

  • Use either European A4 or US Letter sized paper with at least a 25mm white space margin all around the page.
  • Ensure that their paper includes an abstract, however brief.
  • Not add any page numbers, headers or footers to your article as these will be added during the publication process.

Some recent JPCS proceedings of interest to the community (all are free to read)

Technical enquiries

Technical enquiries concerning preparing papers for Journal of Physics: Conference Series should be directed to:

Jacky Mucklow
Production Editor, Journal of Physics: Conference Series
E-mail: jacky.mucklow@iop.org

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