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Invitation

Papers are invited on the subject of ionizing radiation measurements with respect to detectors, sources, spectroscopy, signal processing, data analysis, and facilities. Applications to astronomy, basic science, biomedicine, dosimetry, environmental measurements, homeland security, non-destructive examination, nonproliferation, treaty verification, and other related topics are encouraged. Review the list of suggested topics and the previous conference schedule to verify that your research aligns with the goals of this symposium.

Every author who physicaly presents their work at the conference may submit a manuscript detailing their presented research. After a technical review, those accepted for publication will appear in the archival journal Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A (NIMA). The manuscripts must comply with the journal's standards for full research articles, including novelty, relevance to the journal's readership, technical validity, formatting, and proper English.

International Attendees : Visa letters will be only available on request. Please refer to registration.

Submission Guidelines

Authors interested in giving an oral or poster presentation at the symposium should:

  1. Create an author account on this website to manage communication and submission of research.
  2. Login with your email and password.
  3. Upload and View your papers.
Paper submission entails submission of an abstract and a summary paper, the details of which follow:
  • The Abstract will be published in an abstract book available online and in published form to symposium attendees. Your 500 word (maximum) abstract should be a complete (yet concise) summary of your research. Abstracts are entered into a web form, field-by-field when you add a new paper (under My Papers).
  • The Summary Paper serves two purposes: to assess the relevance and scientific merit of your work, and to aid the symposium committee in assigning you to a particular topic-based session. The summary paper must be a PDF document less than 2 MB. Summary papers must not be longer than 2 pages.
All abstracts and summaries are to be submitted no later than the deadline of Wednesday, February 28, 2018. Submit a paper now.

Reviewing

Upon submission, the following actions will be taken:

  1. The summaries will be reviewed by the Technical Committee for content and appropriateness to the Symposium. Authors will then be notified of the Committee's selections.
  2. The abstracts of accepted papers will be published in an abstract book provided to all registered attendees.
  3. Papers physically presented at the conference by the author and accepted for publication will appear in the archival journal Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research A (NIMA). It should contain all figures and tables and not exceed 6 published pages without prior approval of the Conference Editor. Guidance for the manuscript submission will be presented to attendees during the opening plenary session. Deadline for receipt of the optional final paper is Tuesday, July 17, 2018.
  4. Reviews of the final papers will be managed online.

Prompt responses are necessary to meet our goal of a 2018 publication date.