An Example of a Properly Formatted Abstract for the PhoNa 2012 Conference



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An Example of a Properly Formatted Abstract for the PhoNa 2012 Conference

Ernst Abbe1 and Carl Zeiss2



1 Institute of Condensed Matter Theory and Solid State Optics, Friedrich Schiller University

Jena, Max-Wien Platz 1, 07743 Jena, Germany

2 Institute of Applied Physics, Friedrich Schiller University

Jena, Max-Wien Platz 1, 07743 Jena, Germany

ernst.abbe@uni-jena.de

This is an example of proper formatting of a contributed paper to PhoNa 2012. The preceding summary should not exceed three lines.



Introduction

The following formatting instructions correspond to the standard which turned out to be suited for the book of abstracts of the PhoNa workshop, see e.g. [1]. References should be formatted preferably as shown below [1, 2].



Results

The expected length of the contribution is 1 page and must be written on a paper of A4 size, with side margins of 2 cm, and top and bottom margins of 2.5 cm and 3.2 cm, respectively. Application of a single font of the type Times New Roman throughout the whole paper is strongly recommended. The title should be written in 14 pt bold letters. The authors’ name(s), affiliation(s) and the e-mail address of the corresponding author should be centered and placed 12 pts below the title. The recommended font size is 12 pt (normal) for the authors’ name(s), and 11 pt italics for the affiliation(s) and e-mail(s). The abstract (11 pt font size) has to be placed 12 pts below the affiliations and e-mail address(es).

The text of the contribution should then follow single-spaced, of 12 pt size. Figures and tables should be provided with captions and consecutively numbered. Displayed equations should be centered and numbered, if need be, on the right margin, as shown here

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Please note that the layout will be scaled down to B5 format, so be wary of fine detail within figures, text and tables. Papers in pdf format, including the source file, can be submitted to mailto: szilvia.mammel@uni-jena.de, deadline June 1st 2010. Please indicate in your e-mail message whether you prefer an oral or a poster presentation.



References

[1] PhoNa 2012, International Conference on Photonic Nanomaterials, 3,4 July 2012, Jena, Germany.



[2] E. Abbe, et al., Opt. Express 4, 45 (1900).

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