Proceedings

EPJ B, D, and E extend the publication of topical reviews (colloquium papers)

Colloquia describe the development of new areas of research or the impact of new and promising experimental, theoretical or computational methods in the fields that are within the spectrum of topics covered by the journal. While not as extensive and complete as reviews in the usual sense, they are intended to suitably introduce new research directions and techniques in their early stages of development, and to a wider audience. There is no explicit constraint regarding the length of such manuscripts, although 20 printed pages would be the most usual length. All invited/submitted manuscripts will undergo the same refereeing procedure as all other contributions submitted to the journal. For accepted colloquium papers, authors will receive a honorarium of EUR 200,-- and colour figures will be free of charge. For more details on this new section in EPJD see the Editorial written by the Editors-in-Chief Claude Fabre and Franco A. Gianturco.

Due to rapid progress of studies in the field of particle physics, it is so important to publish the proceedings rapidly after the conference is over. In fact, it took only one and half month to make it public after all the material is prepared on our side. That's amazing !

Dr. Masaya Ishino, Kyoto University, Japan
Co-editor EPJ Web of Conferences vol.49, 2013

ISSN: 2100-014X (Electronic Edition)

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