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 1-6 September 2007 Gdansk-Jelitkowo and Hel Peninsula, Poland | Now is: Saturday 25th November  
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Abstracts


Prospective participants are encouraged to submit abstracts of their papers for consideration (see on-line registration and abstract submission). Papers will be presented in oral and poster sessions (see below "Presentation modes").

Abstracts should be in English and include:

  • full title of the paper
  • full names of all the authors
  • affiliations and addresses of all the authors
  • e-mail address of the corresponding author

Abstracts should not exceed three pages (extended abstracts will be appreciated).

Please submit your abstract as a text file in the Latex format (please use the following template) and as a ps/pdf file (see template.ps, template.pdf). Please use the first author's name as a filename.

Deadline for abstract submission: May 15, 2007 


Article


The FNMA'07 proceedings will be published in special issues of international scientific journals: - about 45 "disordered" papers will appear in J. Non-Crystalline Solids, - about 45 "crystalline" papers will appear in other high-impact-factor international journal (negotiations with Physica Status Solidi and Philosophical Magazine are in progress)

Manuscripts should be submitted during the conference or e-mailed to office@fnma07.gda.pl.

Deadline for article submission: September 1, 2007 


Presentation modes


Oral

Presentation with a computer and a video projector is recommended. All participants are requested to deliver their data files to a member of the LOC Staff for saving the files into the official computer as soon as they arrive but not later than the day before their presentation. The Microsoft PowerPoint, PDF and HTML formats are the only formats allowed for presentations. After loading the digital file into the official computer, participants are advised to check for any irregularities in the fonts and appearance of the presentation and make changes if necessary. It is an author's responsibility to ensure that the presentation will be displayed correctly, thus ensuring smooth presentation. If a participant happens to arrive too late to ensure that his presentation is displayed correctly, he or she should contact the area chair to make special arrangements for uploading the presentation into the appropriate conference computer.

Overhead projectors may also be used.

Posters

The maximum area available for poster presentations is 1.0 m wide x 1.4 m high. Poster panels will be marked with numbers correlated with the Abstract Booknumbers. The title, authors' names and affiliation(s) should appear at the top of the poster. All posters should be in English. Posters will be attached to display panels by double-sided tape provided by the Organizers.


Visa


Participants from some countries will need a visa when entering Poland. Please find out early at your local Polish Embassy or Consulate the conditions for obtaining the visa.




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