FPCP 2007 Proceedings

Contact:

B. Golob

Fax: +386 1 477 3166

 

 

updated: May 9 2007

Flavor Physics and CP Violation

May 1216 2007, Bled, Slovenia

The proceedings of the conference will be published in the electronic form at the Electronic Conference Proceedings Archive (eConf). We will follow the same procedure as for the previous conference in this series FPCP2006. The following instructions are adopted from the FPCP2006 conference at Vancouver, Canada.

The
deadline for submitting the contributions (completing step 3) is June 30.

 

 

 

Step 1: Prepare your paper

- Download this template package and follow the instructions outlined in fpcp2007_template.pdf to prepare your paper.  (This template uses RevTeX 4.0 which is also included in the template package).

Authors are responsible for ensuring that their papers are:

- spell-checked,

- conforms to the layout,

- and can be successfully processed with LaTeX.

 

 

Step 2: Submit your paper

- Submit the paper to the ePrint arXiv archive.  The arXiv site contains detailed instructions on how to do this as well as  things to consider and common mistakes to avoid.  Please upload only the source files (style files from the template, figures and the tex file.)  

Also, please do the following:

- include the statement "Flavor Physics & CP Violation Conference, Bled, 2007" in the comments field;

- in the Report-no field, insert the assigned PSN (Paper Serial Number) for your paper.

The ePrint arXiv should automatically generate the postscript and PDF files from your source files.  The paper, if successfully processed, will be available one business day later.  Please check the PDF file and fix any problems before proceeding to the next step.

 

 

Step 3: Notify us

When your paper is successfully submitted to arXiv and available for download, please contact us with the eprint number.  The eprint number is of the form "arXiv:YYMM.NNNNvV ", eg. arXiv:0706.0001v1 (see new identifier scheme).  

Please do not email any TeX files or figures to us;  we will download the version from the arXiv ePrint archive and the title of your paper will be used for the proceedings.