Abstracts representing original research are invited in the following areas:
Micro- and Nanolithography
Process and Metrology Technologies
Applications and Emerging Topics
Abstracts are limited to one page of text (12 point or larger type) and a second, optional page with up to four figures.
Download an example of a formatted abstract in Word format or PDF format. Late submissions may be considered but only if they report truly outstanding results. Earlier notification will be provided to those authors providing an e-mail address. Authors will be notified of acceptance by April 11, 2016.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR PREPARING JVST MANUSCRIPTS
Papers presented at EIPBN 2016 shall be submitted for publication in the Nov/Dec 2016 issue of the Journal of Vacuum Science and Technology B (JVST-B). The papers will be peer reviewed. Deadline for manuscript submission to JVST is June 24, 2016. Click here for the JVST Article Temple for MS Word. Papers will be reviewed according to criteria set by the JVST and must meet JVST standards for both technical content and written English. All manuscripts are refereed to the same standards as regular JVST submissions.
Page Charges: AVS offers membership free to the first and corresponding authors on accepted JVST papers. This eliminates page charges as members publish free.Submit your manuscripts to the JVST journal, chosen for your specific conference, using the journals’ online manuscript submission system, the JVST Peer X-Press site: http://jvstb.peerx-press.org
In preparing your article, you should follow the instructions for contributors, which may be found on the Information for Contributors link at http://scitation.aip.org/content/avs/journal/jvstb/info/authors.
Authors are encouraged to use the JVST templates. The easiest way to prepare your manuscript is to use the available JVST Article Template to delete and replace text as necessary. Click here for the JVST Template for MS Word. This file and the template used to create it are attached/available through your conference site/chair and at the site above.
Note that acceptance to present at the conference does not guarantee the acceptance of the manuscript. To be published in JVST, the manuscript must:
Note: Authors should select “Regular Article” as the type of paper within the conference special issue (not Letter, Shop Note, etc.)
It is very IMPORTANT that authors indicate to which conference the paper is submitted. Online, you will have an opportunity to tell us that your paper is a part of a conference by choosing “Conference Paper” under the article type and then the conference name from a list.
Acceptable manuscript file types are MSWord, LaTeX, and PDF. For the initial submission/review process, a single PDF or MSWord file including the figures is sufficient. However, once a paper is accepted, MSWord or TeX file of the text, any tables and the list of figure captions along with the separate figure files will be required for final production. Use of color in Figures is encouraged. Your FIGURES CAN APPEAR ONLINE IN COLOR FOR FREE.
Prepare illustrations in the final published size, not oversized or undersized.
For any other details about manuscript preparation, please refer to the JVST B journal web page, Author tab, Information for Contributors.
Manuscript deadline: Deadline for manuscript submission is June 24, 2016.
Note: Please observe the deadline to allow for timely processing. JVST will try to include papers submitted after this deadline with the conference, but these papers may appear in a later issue.
Submit Manuscript to: http://jvstb.peerx-press.org
Oral Presentation Guidelines
Your talk will be limited to 20 minutes total including 5 minutes for questions.
(Invited talks will have 30 minutes also including 5 minutes for questions.)
Your poster needs to fit into 3 ft. high x 4 ft. wide space (invited posters have 8 ft. wide spaces).
Limited funds are available to support student travel. The Conference Chair must receive a letter requesting support from the student’s advisor by May 1, 2016. For helping with housing costs a “Room with another student” option may be available at the Wyndham.
On a less technical level, EIPBN offers the opportunity to immortalize your favorite micrograph(s).
Categories and previous winners are described in more detail at the Micrograph Contest page.