The Lattice 2007 proceedings will be published in the online journal "Proceedings of Science" - PoS - organized by SISSA, the International School for Advanced Studies based in Trieste. The deadline for submission is
October 1st, 2007
The page limits for contributions to Lattice 2007 are 7 pages for parallel talks and poster presentations, 15 pages for short plenary talks (30 minutes), and 22 pages for long plenary talks (45 minutes).
All contributions to the Lattice 2007 proceedings will be refereed by the Lattice 2007 Editorial Board, which is composed of the members of the Lattice 2007 Local Organizing Committee. The chairman in charge of the proceedings can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org, and all inquiries concerning the proceedings should be sent to this E-mail address.
Preparation of the contributions
The contributions can be prepared using either LaTeX or MS Word. The final format must be a pdf document in the PoS style. A .zip archive with the corresponding style files can be downloaded here. This package contains the LaTeX class, a skeleton file for MS Word contributions, and a pdf file with detailed instructions.
Submission of contributions
Contributions can only be submitted as pdf-documents by web upload from the PoS web page. All registered contributors will receive an E-mail shortly before the conference. This E-mail contains the contribution code, a personal user ID, and a password. The contribution code will be used to identify the paper together with the general identifier LAT07. The full code of a paper is then, e.g., PoS(LAT2007)023. The personal user ID and the password allow you to log in at "login for AUTHORS" on the PoS web page and to submit your paper there. Once your contribution is uploaded, it will be refereed by the Lattice 2007 Editorial Board. If the paper is OK it will go online, otherwise the author will be contacted.
Combining several contributions into a longer paper
It is possible to combine contributions from several presentations into a single longer paper. The page limit then is the sum of the individual page limits. If you wish to make use of this option, please select a corresponding author who should send an E-mail to the chairman in charge of the proceedings at email@example.com. This E-mail should contain the following information: 1) which contributions are combined (including all contribution codes), 2) which contribution code is used for the combined paper, 3) to which section the combined paper should be assigned. The combined paper can then be submitted in the same way as a single contribution, using the contribution code sent to the chairman. The other contribution codes will remain unused.
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