All abstracts and reports submitted to conferences, journals, divisional
reports, etc. should be first seen by the colleagues of the author and by
his group leader or project leader. This is to ensure that the scientific/technical
content is relevant.
The "drafts" of the abstracts and reports should then be looked
at by the group secretaries concerned
for any grammar/spelling errors and formatting following the conference guidelines.
A paper copy has to be given to the Editorial Board well in advance for
their comments (via L.
The author should then approve the corrected draft.
After corrections, the author must then give:
a final paper copy of the abstract as well as the electronic
file (i.e. preferably in Word) to L. Ghilardi;
a final paper copy only of the report to L. Ghilardi.
Submission of the abstracts and reports to a conference is the responsibility
of each author.
All reports for conferences/workshops/symposiums and articles submitted
to a journal are published as divisional reports and should follow this procedure.
If workshops publish a final document to which PS staff submit a paper, it
will follow the same rules.