The Second Latin American Workshop on Nuclear and Heavy Ion Physics|
ABSTRACT DEADLINE: MAY 30TH, 1997
ABSTRACT DEADLINE AND SUBMISSION
Only one page abstracts will be considered and it should be sent by . Accepted abstracts will be available for each participant the first day of the workshop in a book of abstracts, published by Universidad Simón Bolívar. The abstract must accompany a registration page with the following
The abstracts with their complementary registration page can be sent in three ways:
- Position or Title
- Research Topics of Interest
- Presentation(s) type and number: Oral(s) or poster(s)
- Mail Address
- E-mail Address
- Provisional title(s) and related topic(s) (see SCOPE) of the contibutions(s)
- Accomodation needs
- Information about workshop exhibits: (yes or no)
- General information for visitors:(yes or no)
- By FAX to one the following numbers:
- (+58-2) 906-3712 (Laboratorio de Física Nuclear, USB)
(+58-2) 906-3519 (Laboratorio de Física Nuclear, USB)
- (+58-2) 504-1148 (Centro de Física, IVIC)
- (+58-2) 605-2188 (Escuela de Física y Matemáticas, Facultad de Ciencias, UCV)
- By E-mail to one of the following addresses:
- Send the abstract either by FAX or E-mail and then proceed with the electronic registration.
In the case of E-mail submissions a
LATEX, TEX or REVTEX format is required.
REQUIREMENTS FOR FULL LENGTH PAPERS
The required format for full length papers is the same as the one from ACTA PHYSICA HUNGARICA, NEW SERIES, HEAVY ION PHYSICS, since the accepted papers in Heavy Ion Physics will be published there. For more details please get in touch with Prof. Istvan Lovas, who is the Editor in Chief of the Journal at email@example.com. Deadline: Upon arrival at the workshop site.
The rest of the accepted papers (not in Heavy Ion Physics) will be published in a separated workshop proceedings to appear in a new world wide web international physics journal.
In this case the allowed formats are LATEX, TEX or REVTEX.
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