All work presented at EIC'14 can be included in the proceedings, which will be published at the JACoW website shortly after the workshop.
The deadline for the receipt of contributions to the Proceedings of EIC'14 is
Some basic requirements for the preparation of contributions are described below. More complete guidelines are provided in the text of the JACoW templates, downloadable from the links below.
Length of Contributions
Since this is a workshop, the length of contributions can vary according to reasonable needs of the author to document their work. The recommended page lengths are 3 pages for poster presentations, and 5 pages for oral presentations.
All contributions should be uploaded via the Internet
according to the Electronic Submission instructions
published on this workshop's web site. Authors are reminded
that no contributions are accepted for publication only.
Authors are advised to use the current JACoW templates, as listed above, and read the instructions contained therein on their use. In case of difficulties, you should consult the JACoW electronic publication help pages. The templates contain styles which, when applied, will automatically ensure correct typesetting and layout. In the US Word templates, use the Styles and Macros pull-down in the toolbar to apply the JACoW styles.
Authors are strongly advised to use the template corresponding to the correct version of MS Word and not to transport the document across different platforms e.g. Mac <-> PC or across different versions of MS Word on the same platform.
See the JACoW templates above for a typical implementation of the requirements.
Manuscripts should be prepared for one side of the paper and have either:
- US letter size (8.5 in x 11.0 in; 21.6 cm x 27.9 cm) or A4 (8.27 in x 11.69 in; 21.0 cm x 29.7 cm)
- Single-spaced text in two columns of 82.5 mm (3.25 in) with 5. 3 mm (0.2 in) separation.
- The text located within the margins specified as follows to facilitate electronic processing of the PDF or Postscript file.
The margins should be as follows:
US Letter paper
37 mm (1.46 in)
0.75 in (19 mm)
19 mm (0.75 in)
0.75 in (19 mm)
20 mm (0.79 in)
0.79 in (20 mm)
20 mm (0.79 in)
1.0 in (26 mm)
Authors should use only Times or Times New Roman (in roman, bold or italic) and Symbol fonts. All contributions should use 10 pt font size for the normal text.
The title should use 14 pt bold uppercase letters (except
for terms such as GeV, mW, Nb, etc.) and be centered on the
The names of the authors and their organization/affiliation and mailing address should be listed alphabetically in 12 pt upper- and lowercase letters, grouped by affiliation. When there is more than one author, the submitting author´s name should be listed first, followed by the other names in alphabetical order. Use the SPMS formatting (as applied to your abstract) as a guide.
Section headings should use 12 pt bold uppercase letters and
be centered in the column. They should NOT be numbered.
Widow and Orphan Control
All headings should appear next to the following text -- there should never be a column break between a heading and the following paragraph.
Subsection headings should use 12 pt italic letters and be left aligned in the column. Subsection headings should NOT be numbered.
Paragraphs should use 10 pt font and be justified (touch each side) in the column. The beginning of each paragraph should be indented approximately 3 mm (0.13 in). The last line of a paragraph should not be printed by itself at the beginning of a column nor should the first line of a paragraph be printed by itself at the end of a column.
Figures, Tables, and Equations
Place figures and tables as close as possible to the place
where they are first mentioned. Lettering in figures and
tables should be large enough to reproduce clearly, using only
the approved fonts. Use of non-approved fonts in figures often
leads to problems when the files are processed and may even
cause loss of information, unless the fonts are embedded.
All figures and tables must be given sequential numbers (1,
2, 3, etc.) and have a caption placed below the
figure or above the table being
A simple way to introduce figures into a Word document is to place them inside a table that has no borders. This can be achieved by doing the following:
To insert a full-width figure:
- Insert a continuous section break
- Insert two empty lines (will make subsequent editing easier)
- Insert another continuous section break
- Click between the two section breaks and Format -> columns -> Single
- Table -> Insert single column, two row table
- Paste the figure in the first row and adjust the size as appropriate
- Paste/Type the caption in the second row and apply figure caption style
- Table -> Table properties -> Borders and shading -> None
- Table -> Table properties -> Alignment -> Center
- Table -> Table properties -> Text wrapping -> None
- Remove the blank lines from in and around the table
- If necessary play with the cell spacing and other parameters to improve appearance
If a displayed equation needs a number, place it flush with the right margin of the column.
All bibliographical and web references should be numbered and listed at the end of the paper in a section called "References." When citing a reference in the text, place the corresponding reference number in square brackets, e.g., . A URL may be included as part of a reference, but its hyperlink should NOT be added. See the templates for a typical example.
Acronyms should be defined the first time they appear.
DO NOT number pages. Page numbers will be added by the Editing Team when they produce the final proceedings.
Authors are strongly advised to use the JACoW template (see above) that corresponds to the version of MS Word you are using and not to transport the document across different platforms e.g. MAC <-> PC or across different versions of MS Word on the same platform.
Use the JACoW Styles and Macros pull-down in the toolbar to apply the correct styles.
Paper Preparation Checklist
- Use only Times or Times New Roman (roman, bold or italic) and Symbol fonts (in the text and in the figures), 10 pt minimum.
- Check that the PDF or Postscript file prints correctly.
- Check that there are no page numbers.
- Check that there are no section or subsection numbers.
- Check that the margins are correct on the printed version (left 20 mm (0.79 in), bottom 19 mm (0.75 in), overall height of text 241 mm (9.5 in)). There may be differences of ±1 mm on the margins from one printer to another.
- Check that the length of the paper does not exceed the limited stated above.
Once contributions are prepared, follow the Paper Submission Instructions.
Please check your paper against this list of common oversights before submitting your paper, giving particular attention to the formatting of Figures, Tables and References.
- Title: IS THE TITLE IN UPPERCASE?: The title should use 14 pt bold UPPERCASE letters (except for units, e.g., GeV) and centered on the page.
- Authors: The names of authors, their organizations/affiliations, and mailing addresses should be in 12 pt uppercase and lowercase letters. When there is more than one author, the submitting author should be first, followed by the co-authors. Co-authors should be grouped by affiliation and then be listed alphabetically. Primary authors are kindly reminded that it is their responsibility to check the accuracy of the title and co-authors entered in the SPMS abstract. There should be an exact match to those appearing in the paper. This is required to ensure the proper indexing of authors to papers in the published Proceedings.
- Section Headings: Section headings should NOT be
- Use 12 pt bold UPPERCASE
- Centered in the column
- Subsection Headings: Use 12 pt italic lowercase and uppercase. The initial letters of significant words are capitalized, and the heading is left aligned in the column.
- Figures: Figure captions should be placed below the
figure and centered if on one line, but justified if
spanning two or more lines:
- Figure 1: A one line figure caption.
- Figure 2: A figure caption that takes two lines or more is justified.
- Note the colon ":" after the figure number and the period "." at the end of the caption.
- When referring to a figure from within the text, the convention is to use the abbreviated form, i.e., Fig. 1, unless the reference to the figure is at the start of the sentence: Figure 1 shows a schematic view of..., ... as shown in Fig. 1.
- Tables: Table headings should be placed above the
table and centered if on one line, but justified if spanning
two or more lines:
- Table 1: Table Heading (if on one line is centered)
- Table 1: A Particularly Long Table Heading Spanning Two Lines (is justified)
- Note the colon ":" after the table number, initial letters of the table heading are capitalized, and the absence of a period at the end of the caption. It is also acknowledged, however, that in some instances authors find it necessary to replace the table heading with an actual sentence. In such a case, the formatting rules given for figure captions are best followed. The table caption should, however, always be placed above the table.
- When referring to a table from within the text, the convention here is NOT to abbreviate, i.e., Table 1
- Equations: If a displayed equation requires a number, it should be placed flush with the right margin of the column.
- References: References are written in 10 pt and should be justified with a 0.25-in (7-mm) hanging indent.
SPMS data will be used for the production of the table of contents and author index of the proceedings. Note that failure to enter all co-authors means they will be omitted from the author index in the final proceedings.