We are very sorry that our email server has overflowed near the proceedings deadline, and emails have bounced (in which case, error messages will have returned). This problem has now been solved.
We ask those of you who have not received our replies to their submission emails sent between July 18 and July 22 to please re-send us your manuscript by no later than 17:00 JST (Japan Standard Time) on Thursday, July 24, 2014 (8:00 on July 24, GMT).
Thank you all very much for your kind understanding and cooperation, and we apologize again for the earlier server error.
We invite all UP2014 presenters to submit a paper for our book of Proceedings, tentatively entitled Ultrafast Phenomena XIX and planned to be published as a volume in the Springer Proceedings in Physics series.
Each conference participant will receive a hard copy of the book, as well as a one-year online access to its electronic version.
Please follow the instructions below to submit your paper:
Submission for the proceedings volume closes at 17:00 on July 19, 2014, JST (8:00 on July 19, GMT). No late submissions will be accepted.
All submissions are to be made by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Papers are to be submitted in LaTeX or MS Word format, and also as a PDF file if you are choosing LaTeX. Use of the Springer templates is encouraged but not mandatory.
All submitted manuscripts must be accompanied by the following attachments:
- A scanned copy of a filled-out and hand-signed Consent to Publish form
- High-resolution image files for all figures
- The name of the presenting author and the Presentation Final ID (e.g. 07.Mon.A.1)
How to prepare your manuscript
All contributions (from invited, oral, and poster presenters) are limited to no more than 3 pages, including all text, figures, and references.
All papers must follow the format and style set by Springer. You can find detailed instructions on how to format your paper, as well as the book's LaTeX and MS Word templates, on Springer's Manuscript Preparation page.
No incorrectly formatted papers or papers longer than 3 pages will be accepted.
Permission form for reproducing figures
If you are using an exact copy of any figure that has appeared in another publication, whether written by you or by someone else, you will need to obtain the copyright holders' signed permission to reproduce the figure in question. For your ease of this procedure, please download and use Springer's permission request form.
You do not need to send the obtained signed permission to us.