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THESES OF REPORTS

 

Abstracts must be submitted until April 15, 2020
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Lutaeva Lyudmila Aleksandrovna
 

You can download the abstract requirements HERE or read them below

 


Collection "Metrology in Radio Electronics. Conference proceedings ”will be published by the beginning of the conference.
 
  • The printed version of the collection is published in Russian and English, in the author’s version without editorial and literary editing, subject to compliance with the Author’s recommendations for abstracts, and will be included in the kit of the conference participant. The reviewed materials in English will be published on the website of the international publisher, indexed in the international Scopus database.
  • Abstracts submitted to the organizing committee after the deadline for abstract submission will not be printed in the conference proceedings andwill not be published on the website of an international publisher indexed in the international Scopus database.
  • The printed version of the collection is published:
    • in Russian in a special print publication “Metrology in Radio Electronics. Conference proceedings ";
    • in English(only sent on time and reviewed!) on the website of an international publisher indexed in the international Scopus database.
  • When submitting all materials, it is assumed that the author andall co-authors agree to the terms of open publication. All sheets must be printed and signed by all authors, copies of the signed sheets are made and, together with the thesis, submitted to the organizing committee. Attached to materials expert opinion on the possibility of open publication..

 

AUTHOR RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DRAWING THE THESES

  • The editors use the PDF files provided by the author for all online publications and publications. Authors should prepare materials using Microsoft Word or LaTeX, in accordance with guidelines and templates, and then convert these files to PDF. Abstracts should be no more than 6 pages.
 
  • It is important to make sure that the document you sent in its final form is carefully corrected and ready for publication. The editors do not copy edited or reformatted documents and do not send copyright evidence before publication. Changes after publication are not allowed, so make sure your document has been checked for errors.
 
  • The request to send the abstracts in due time to the Organizing Committee. Abstracts submitted later than the deadline indicated in the information messages will not be published.
 

 

Please ensure that the following general requirements are met:

 

 

Page Size - A4

Margins are 4 cm (top), 2.5 cm (left and right) and 2.7 cm (bottom)

The document shall indicate the name and surname of the author (full address, including country)

Page numbers are not stamped in the document, headers and footers are not applied

PDF should not contain formatting errors (for example, distorted equations, missing or low-resolution numbers) when converting a file from Word to PDF

The text is typed with a single spacing, not double

PDF file is editable and not password protected

All pages are portrait (landscape pages must be rotated)

The list of links is checked for accuracy. Links can be linked through Crossref only if they are correct and fully

Figures are placed in the text, but not collected at the end of the document

English must be carefully checked and adjusted. The text should be clear and concise. The organizing committee is not responsible for the literacy of the text in Russian and English

 

 BASIC RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PREPARING MATERIALS 

 LINKS 
 
All references will, if possible, be linked electronically using CrossRef. Therefore, it is very important that all links are accurate and carefully formatted, using the recommendations below, so that the materials are available online with minimal delay.
 
A full link should provide the reader with enough information to find the relevant article published in print or electronic form, and should, depending on the type of link, consist of:
  • name (s) and initials;
  • publication date;
  • the name of the magazine, book or other publication;
  • titles of journal articles may also be included (optional);
  • volume number
  • editors, if any;
  • city ​​of publication and publisher in brackets for books;
  • page numbers.
 
For this publication, please use the Vancouver numerical system, where links are numbered sequentially throughout the text. Numbers are enclosed in square brackets, for example [2], and a single number can be used to refer to this link in several places in the text. References are presented in numerical rather than alphabetical order.
 

 

There should be a 5 mm gap between the reference number (for example, началом [8] ') and the beginning of the reference text.
The second and subsequent lines of individual links must be indented 5 mm. 
 
For instance:
[1] Aderhold J, Davydov V Yu, Fedler F, Klausing H, Mistele D, Rotter T, Semchinova O, Stemmer J and Graul J 2001 J. Cryst. Growth 222 701
 
  • Authors should indicate a surname (only the first letter with a capital letter), followed by initials without dots after the initials. Authors should be separated by a comma, with the exception of the last two, which should be separated by the symbols “and” without a comma before it.
  • The title (if indicated) must be in lowercase letters, with the exception of the first letter, and must follow the date.
  • The name of the journal is in italics and abbreviated. If the magazine consists of several parts indicated by different letters, then after the magazine the letter of the part, for example, of the Latin type, should be inserted.Phys. Rev. A.
  • Whenever possible, both start and end page numbers should be indicated. The end page number should be in the shortest form and separated from the start page number by ‘-‘, for example. 1203-14, that is, the number "12" is not repeated.
  • СLinks to printed journal articles. A regular magazine article link contains three font options:

 

Element

Style

Authors, date

Roman type

Article title (optional)

Roman type

 

PREPARATION FOR PUBLICATION

 ANNOTATION 
 
These guidelines (set out in the recommended format for published materials) summarize the basic requirements for published materials. Materials will not be edited, corrected or changes to the layout; the submitted PDF will be used both for online and for printing. Thus, the author is responsible for the correctness of the content and layout - after publication, changes cannot be made.
 

Primary requirements

  • page size should be A4;
  • each page should have clear margins of 4 cm (top), 2.5 cm (left and right) and 2.7 cm (bottom);
  • pages should not contain page numbers, headers and footers;
  • all materials must contain annotation;
  • in PDF, all fonts must be settled.
 
THE LAYOUT OF THE TITLE PAGE 
 
  • The title should be followed by a list of all authors' names and their affiliations. The name style is the initials (without dots) followed by the last name. The authorship follows the list of authors. If there is more than one address; So that each of them indicates that it is indicated.
 
  • Email addresses can be specified for each or for all authors.
 
  • Annotation follows a list of addresses. The text of the annotation should be indented 25 mm from the left margin. Since the annotation is not part of the text, it must be completed on its own; no numbers of tables, numbers of figures, references or displayed mathematical expressions should be included. It should be suitable for direct inclusion in the abstraction service.
 
TEXT 
 
The text should start on the same page as the annotation. Any confirmation should be posted immediately after the last numbered section, and any attachments after the confirmation section. Restrictions are provided by the conference organizer.
 
FIGURES AND TABLES 
 
Figures and tables should be numbered sequentially and located (centered across the width of the page) close to the place where they are mentioned in the text, and not grouped at the end. Each figure and table should have a brief explanatory signature.
 
COLOR FIGURES 
 
There are no restrictions on the use of color in the online version of materials. However, it should be remembered that any printed version may be black and white, which may make it difficult to distinguish between color lines.
 
ADDITIONAL INVESTMENTS 
 
Authors may submit additional contributions to improve online versions of published materials. Additional attachments usually consist of additional data, such as data files, additional information tables, or additional figures.
 
LINKS 
 
Online links will be linked to their original source or to an article in an additional service such as INSPEC or ChemPort, where possible. To facilitate this connection, particular care should be taken when preparing bibliographies.
 
The full link should provide enough information to find the relevant article in print or electronic form. If you are not sure about the abbreviated name of a particular magazine, it is best to leave it completely. Designations loc. cit. and ibid. should not be used.
 
LINKS TO PRINTED MAGAZINE ARTICLES 
 

Must contain:

  • authors in the form: last name (only the first letter with a capital letter), followed by the initials without dots after the initials;
  • year of publication;
  • title of the article (optional) in lower case, with the exception of the initial uppercase;
  • volume number in bold;
  • article number or page number.
 
TYPICAL (NUMERICAL) REFERENCES 
 

 

References (Bibliography)
 
[1] Strite S and Morkoc H 1992 J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 10 1237
[2] Gusev A A et al 2011 J. Phys.: Conf. Series 291 012052
[3] Kurata M 1982 Numerical Analysis for Semiconductor Devices (Lexington, MA: Heath)
[4] Kunze K 2003 T-duality and Penrose limits of spatially homogeneous and inhomogeneous cosmologies Phys. Rev. D 68 063517 (Preprint gr-qc/0303038)
[5] Milson R, Coley A, Pravda V and Pravdova A 2004 Alignment and algebraically special tensors Preprint gr-qc/0401010
[6] Caplar R and Kulisic P 1973 Proc. Int. Conf. on Nuclear Physics (Munich) vol 1 (Amsterdam: North-Holland) p 517
[7] Kuhn T 1998 Density matrix theory of coherent ultrafast dynamics Theory of Transport Properties of Semiconductor Nanostructures (Electronic Materials vol 4) ed E SchЁoll (London: Chapman and Hall) chapter 6 pp 173–214

 

TEMPLATES

Authors should prepare their materials using Microsoft Word templates and then convert them to PDF format for submission to the Organizing Committee.
 

 
  • Information on abstracts and proposals for the Conference program can be obtained from a representative of FSUE VNIIFTRI:
Kaminsky Oleg Viktorovich - е-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.tel. +7 (495) 526-63-60, fax +7 (495) 526-63-10, mobile +7 (964)786-12-68
 
  • You can also familiarize yourself with the conditions of the Conference on the website: http://ntc-navitest.ru/

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