for the submission of papers is Jun 1, 2011. Contributed
papers and schedule of contributed talk
will be available on this web site
before July 31, 2011.
Deadline for corrections to papers
is September 18, 2011.
the beginning of the Conference all participants will receive
a CDROM with the pdf camera-ready copy of all the papers. At
the registration desk, participants will have the option to
buy a hard copy of the final version of the proceedings. By
the end of the year every registered participant will receive
a hard copy of the Rapporteur and Highlight and Invited Talks.
This volume will also include a CDROM with the final versions
of the contributions.
papers should be written in English. Either Microsoft Word
LaTeX can be used. However, if both
are equivalent for you, we would prefer LaTeX. In any case,
output must be converted to Portable Document Format (PDF)
are two zipped files for the proceeding template: icrc2011.rar
can be unzipped by winRAR.exe in Microsoft
Windows, and icrc2011.tar.gz
can be unzipped by tar in Linux. Both zipped files consist of
the following files:
the template file in Latex;
the Latex style file, which must be in the same directory of
your Latex source;
the icrc2011 logo, which must be in the same directory of your
an example of figure;
PDF file generated from icrc2011.tex;
the template file in Microsoft
PDF file generated from icrc2011.doc.
following convention should be used to name your files:
$$$$ stands for the ICRC identification number of your
written with four
(e.g., the manuscript
to the abstract number 88 translates into
All source files, together with the final pdf file,
must be submitted
in a single
package, named icrc$$$$.tar.gz
The proceedings will be printed in black¡ªwhite
in particular for figures used in the proceedings.
length of each paper is as follows:
20 pages for Plenary talks,
10 pages for for Highlight talks,
20 pages for Rapporteur talks,
4 pages for other talks.
must be formatted in two-columns for 210 ¡Á
The margins must be exactly as follows:
Do not include page numbers on your paper. Page
will be assigned by the publisher.