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Mulhouse, France
Jan. 31 - Feb. 2, 2007

Submission: instructions for articles

Submission of extended abstract [CLOSED]

Contributed papers covering original work in the topics of PSIP2007 will be accepted for presentation, either as oral or poster. An extended abstract of up to two pages must be provided before September 15., 2006. The title of the talk and authors' names, affiliations, complete return addresses or e-mail address must appear on the top of the first page. Cite references at the end of the abstract. The abstract must be formatted for printout on A4-size (210x297mm) Micrographs and other illustrations (monochrome only) are welcomed but must fit within the page. The PSIP2007 abstract must be submitted electronically via the abstract submit/upload form (link given below)

Instructions for FINAL papers

In order to submit your final paper, please download the updated instructions : psip2007pdf

1. Please follow the templates given below:
  • Template for latex users and associated style:psip2007tex psip2007tex
  • Template for Word users: psip2007doc
  • The expected final version should look like this: psip2007pdf
  • The number of pages must be between 4 and 6.
2. Please fill the copyright given below and return it to SEE: psip2007pdf

3. Read carefully the instructions, especially those relative to the online paper submission system.
Upload your file by clicking here.

The deadline for final paper submission is November 30th

Instructions for presentations

  • Oral presentation: Each presentation should last 20 min including questions. PDF or powerpoint formats are accepted; if you need non standard display or sound drivers, please contact us in advance. You must provide the operator in the preview room with your presentation file(s) one hour before your session starts. Accepted supports are: CD-ROM, USB key or drives, floppy disk.

  • Poster display area: The official language for posters is English. The information on your poster should be simple, brief and intelligible even in the absence of the author(s). It is recommended that the contents be divided into four sections:
  • The ABSTRACT should list the pertinent results and conclusions.
  • The INTRODUCTION should state the purpose of the study in relation to previous work in the field.
  • The RESULTS should indicate the most important findings.
  • The DISCUSSION should give the interpretation and the significance of the results.
  • Each poster paper will be presented on a board of a useable surface of 150 cm (h) x 90 cm (w).
  • The title and names of the authors should be lisible and measure at least 2 cm hight.
  • The reference number of the poster presentation will be prepared and set up on the boards by the organisers.
  • The presentation of equipment is not authorised within the space reserved for poster presentations.
  • The authors must be present during the sessions reserved for the poster papers, as well as during the coffee breaks.
    Therefore, the following letter sizes and general recommendations are suggested:
  • Headings such as ABSTRACT, INTRODUCTION, etc. should measure 2 cm. high; text 0.5 -1 cm.
  • Each figure or table should have a simple legend.
  • Information typed in small characters is not recommended for posters.
  • Posters will be fixed to the boards by authors.

Psip 2007