The Collected Proceedings will be published on a CD-ROM and will be included in the meeting attendee packet. If your symposium is publishing with the Collected Proceedings CD-ROM, in early May you will receive an invitation via e-mail to submit a manuscript. Please note that some symposium organizers may arrange alternate publishing plans. Please check the Excluded list for details.
- Notice for Authors
- Manuscript Formatting Instructions
- Copyright Transfer Form (the completed and signed form must be uploaded along with your manuscript to ProgramMaster)
Submit your manuscript and copyright form to www.programmaster.org/MST16 by entering your username and password and clicking on Presenter/Author Tools. Note that the person who submitted the abstract must also submit the manuscript. If that person is unavailable, please contact the programming staff (firstname.lastname@example.org) for assistance.
If your proceedings will be edited by the organizer, these deadlines apply:
- Initial Manuscript Upload: on or before June 3, 2016
- Reviews will take place between June 4 and June 15, 2016
- Final Manuscript Upload: on or before July 1, 2016
If your proceedings will not be edited by the organizer, these deadlines apply:
- Final Manuscript Upload: on or before June 15, 2016
Your manuscript invitation e-mail will indicate if your proceedings will be edited or unedited. You can also log into ProgramMaster for details. For more information, contact MS&T Programming Staff at email@example.com.
CITING THE PROCEEDINGS IN FUTURE WORKS
A sample citation for this proceedings volume appears below. Please be sure to include the conference name and date in the citation if possible.
Author Name. “Paper Title,” In Contributed Papers from Materials Science & Technology 2016, (inclusive page numbers). Paper presented at MS&T16, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Warrendale, PA: Materials Science & Technology, 2016.
Note: The example above is just a guide. You should always follow the reference formatting guidelines for your specific publication.