IEEE Nano2006 - July 17-20, 2006 - (Above)
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Thank you all for your abstract submissions.
We have received over 300 abstracts by the March 10 deadline.
You should have heard by now directly from IEEE if your abstract was accepted
for oral or poster presentation or rejected. If not, please send me an email asap.
Your paper should be in the same format as the abstract you submitted and cannot exceed 4 pages in length.
If your abstract was near the maximum length, now is the time to revise it taking into account the comments
from the referee(s) if you receive any. If you did not receive comments, the paper was accepted as is.
However, feel free to upgrade your paper with maybe more recent data or calculations.
Guidelines and the template for preparing the abstract are now available at the following IEEE website
IEEE website for paper submission.
IMPORTANT: the requested conference id number is: nano06
Whether your abstract was accepted for oral or poster presentation, it is now time to work
on the paper which will be published in the proceedings volume to be handed as a CD-ROM to all participants
at the time of the meeting.
A frequently asked question: "How much visibitity will the paper get once published in the
proceedings of the conference"?.
The answer is: The papers will be published in the 2006 6th IEEE Conference on Nanotechnology Proceedings:
Library of Congrees number 2005937117, ISBN 1-4244-0078-3, IEEE Catalog number 06TH8861C.
It will also be in IEEE Xplore, and indexed in the INSPEC, EI, and other databases.
Late Development: Submission to IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology:
For the work presented at IEEE-NANO'2006, you are encouraged to submit a regular full paper to
the IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology, sponsored by the IEEE Nanotechnology Council. As usual,
submitted papers will be subject to review by the Transactions editors. Instructions for submitting
papers to the Transactions electronically can be found on the web at
IEEE TNT website address
If you are submitting a paper which will be an extension of the paper you presented at IEEE Nano2006
and if there are enough acceptable papers, TNT plans to have a special issue devoted to those
papers written as extensions of papers presented at IEEE Nano2006. It is therefore important
for you to mention that the paper you are submitting is an extension of the paper which was presented
at IEEE Nano2006. To make this special issue viable, you must submit that paper no later
than August 31, 2006 for it to be considered as part of the special issue.
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