Abstract submissions are now closed.
For any questions or concerns regarding abstract submissions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that the workshop audience will be a balanced mixture between Fusion and HPC focused researchers. As such, we encourage presenters to share details of the computational and algorithmic methods of their HPC fusion research. Discussion of experiences and overcoming obstacles in this work would add value.
Before starting the submission process, don’t forget to read the information and check the guidelines below.
For those who are unable to submit abstracts through the Google form, please send an e-mail to email@example.com together with the abstract and the following PDF form. For any other questions regarding the abstract submission, please write to the same address.
Abstract submission for invited talks and contributed presentations starts on July 18, 2022 and ends on October 7, 2022 at 1pm (CEST).
- All participants must register to obtain individual access key for the workshop.
- Submitted documents must be in PDF format. Other formats (MsWord, TeX, Postscript, …) are not acceptable.
- When submitting the abstracts, the authors agree that the accepted abstracts can be made available online in the conference web site.
- Only a one page abstract will be accepted.
- For Contributed abstracts, indicate a preference for a talk or poster format, or select both options if either is acceptable. The Programme Committee will make decisions about the format of each submission taking into account presenters’ preferences.
- Presentations by Early Career participants will receive expert reviewer feedback to support professional development. Outstanding presentations may receive special recognition. Early Career participants include current students and recent students who were enrolled in a university program (bachelor’s, master’s, or PhD) within the past three years.
To facilitate document preparation, it is recommended that authors use the following templates:
- For WYSIWYG text editor users: template file in RTF format (compatible with many text editors, such as MSWord).
- For LaTeX users: LaTeX class file, LaTeX sample file and sample logo file.
|Number of pages||1|
|Page size||A4 (21.0 x 29.7 cm)|
|Page margins||2.5 cm on all 4 sides|
|Fonts||Times New Roman or Arial|
|Font size||14 pt (title), 12 pt (main text), 10 pt (figure captions, references)|
|Line spacing||1.5 lines (21 pt)|
|Title of paper||Centered alignment, bold font 14 pt|
|List of authors||Centered alignment, normal font 12 pt, presenting authors underlined, |
e.g. M. First1, N.N. Second2
|Author affiliations||Centered alignment, italic font 12 pt, e.g. Institute, City, Country|
|Body text||Justified alignment, normal font 12 pt|
|References||10-point font, 1.5 line spacing|
|Figure Captions||10-point font|