49th Annual CSVHFS Conference
|Topics: Any topic of interest to the weak signal community including but not limited to:
Strong editorial preference will be given to those papers that are written and formatted specifically for publication rather than those that are visual presentation aids.
Electronic formats guidelines:
Original documents in MS Word or MS Power Point are acceptable. Since all submissions will need to be converted to Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) for disk copies of the proceedings, it is best for each author to also submit his own PDF converted file. This will allow an author check of PDF converted fonts and figures. Please try to keep PDF file size below two Megabytes, if possible.
Submissions using any form of previously published or copyrighted material MUST include the copyright statement and permission to reproduce.copyright statement and permission to reproduce.
Authors retain the basic copyright, and by submission, consent to publication in the Proceedings, and possible publication of the Proceedings in CD/DVD format as a result of the Conference.
Please remember to spell-check and proof-read your submissions.
John Maxwell, W0VG firstname.lastname@example.org
John Maxwell, W0VG
Preferred Format: MS Word file
Other: Photos, etc. must be embedded in the document. The proceedings will be printed in Black & White. Therefore edit your photos for best contrast and light/dark in B&W. Photos should be no larger than 3.5 – 4 inches.
Deadline for Submission: 22 April 2015
Submit to: John Maxwell, W0VG email@example.com
Early submissions: Highly Desirable and Encouraged !
Copyright Information: Submissions using any form of previously published or copyrighted material MUST include the copyright statement and permission to reproduce. Authors retain the basic copyright, and by submission, consent to publication in the Proceedings, and possible publication of the Proceedings in CD/DVD format as a result of the Conference.
Reminder: Spell-check and proofread your submissions.
Graphs, charts, and drawings using colors to show separate variables, results, or conditions will NOT be distinguishable. they will all look alike.
Photographs are reproduced in B & W, not color. It is best if YOU do the reduction from color to B & W yourself. You can better judge if the important part of the photo has been rendered correctly. We’ll do the conversion from color to B&W if necessary, but the results may not be as good.
Typically, a Times Roman font, 11 pt, is used as the default. Sans-serif fonts such as Helvetica or Arial are also used. Type font and size may be changed from what is submitted to enhance readability, or to better fit the available space.
- /Guidance for Proceedings Authors