Exploiting the ISO Data Archive: Infrared Astronomy in the Internet Age

(Jun 24-27, 2002, SigŁenza, Spain)

Abstracts Book and Proceedings

Last update: 28 June 2002

The abstracts book will be distributed to the symposium attendees at the registration desk. The submitted abstracts will be published by ADS.

The proceedings of the conference "Exploiting the ISO Data Archive - Infrared Astronomy in the Internet Age" will be published in ESA Special Publication series (SP-511). A copy of the Proceedings will be sent to each participant. All papers must be written using the designated LaTeX template and Style file and submitted electronically.

The maximum number of pages (including figures) per paper are as follows:

            - 6 pages for invited talks
            - 4 pages for contributed talks and posters

There is a strict deadline of 23 September 2002 for the receipt of papers for inclusion in the proceedings.

In order to prepare your paper, you need to download (SHIFT-CLICK) the files template.tex and ISOStyle.cls. The first file is a template with technical instructions and the second is the LaTeX document class to be used. Please do not use other style files. You may wish to retrieve the file template.ps which is the postscript file of template.tex and shows the resulting layout as an example.

Name your contributions using your name and initial and number in case you have several contributions. E.g. John Smith with two papers would have files SmithJ1.tex for the input file and SmithJ1.ps for the output file of the first article and SmithJ1_1.eps, SmithJ1_2.eps, SmithJ1_3.eps, etc. for the figures. For the second article the files will be SmithJ2.tex, SmithJ2.ps and the figures SmithJ2_1.eps, SmithJ2_2.eps, SmithJ2_3.eps.

Once your paper is finalized you should upload the complete source (i.e. the input LaTeX file, the output Postscript file and the figures in Encapsulated Postscript (eps) format to our ftp server.