24th International Conference on Low Temperature Physics 
updated 08/03/05
10 - 17 August 2005    Orlando, Florida, USA
hosted by Department of Physics, University of Florida, Gainesville

Chair: Gary G. Ihas   Secretary: Mark W. Meisel
   Publications: Yasu Takano   Program: Allen Goldman

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Abstracts and Proceedings
In order to submit an abstract, the person presenting the work must Enter Profile Online, and then follow the appropriate links. 
(Note:  Registration fees do not need to be paid at the time that you enter your profile and submit an abstract.)
When preparing your abstract for submission, you may wish to review the following information.

Preparing your abstract for submission (via the Online Registration Site)
The abstract must be submitted online (via the Registration Site) as a LaTeX file, which must be created using the template (LTabs.tex).  Authors should closely follow the instructions given in the template file. Your abstract file MUST BE named LTabs.tex, and uploaded to the LT24 server via the Registraion Site.  If you want to use your own computer to test the LaTeX file of your abstract, you will need the LaTeX style file (LTabs.sty).  If you get a "missing \begin{document}" error from your LaTeX compiler, read this instruction.  Other LaTeX errors are discussed in our extensive FAQ page, which can be accessed by following the links described above.  If you want to see the maximum abstract size but have no access to LaTeX, you may download the pdf file created from the template.
The submission deadline for the abstracts for contributed papers is 9 April 2005 .
Resubmission before the deadline overrides the previous submission. The abstract will be reviewed, and the notification of acceptance/rejection will be sent by 30 April 2005. The contact author will be notified of the scheduled time of each presentation before 30 June 2005. By the same date, the abstracts and the detailed program of each session will be posted LT24 Program Webpage.

LTabs.sty  (Note: This link will download a file named LTabs.sty.tex. Rename it LTabs.sty by removing the ".tex" at the end of the downloaded file.)
LTabs.zip (Contains both LTabs.tex and LTabs.sty in compressed format.)
LTabsBoxed.pdf (The pdf file created from the template.)


The Proceedings will be published in the AIP Conference Proceedings series.
Information for Authors preparing manuscripts may be found at:
The page format will be in 8.5 x 11 inch double-column format, so please download the correct template.
The manuscript may be submitted as a MS Word file* or a pdf file produced from the AIP LaTeX template.  Only authors well experienced in LaTeX should use the second method, since we are unable to provide technical assistance for LaTeX.  pdf files that do not conform to the AIP style specifications will be automatically rejected.
* A Word file may be prepared with any MS Word-compatible software such as OpenOffice, as long as it satisfies the AIP style specifications.

Plenary and Half-Plenary papers are limited to 8 published pages.

Invited Oral Parallel papers are limited to 4 published pages.
All other manuscripts from the Oral Parallel and Poster Sessions will be limited to 2 published pages.

The deadline for submission of contributed papers has passed. 
Invited papers and post-deadline papers are due on 17 August 2005.

Manuscript Submission and Peer Review
(PLEASE NOTE: For the first visit to
the Manuscript Submission System, authors must carefully follow the instructions for "Conference Authors" and ignore the instructions for "New Authors".)

A more detailed discussion about the submissions process may be downloaded | PDF | MS-WORD (Please note: the pdf and MS-Word files posted on June 15 contained wrong information about the deadlines and page limits. The errors have now been corrected.)

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