Companion Program

Abstracts of proposed papers are solicited from those actively interested and involved in electromagnetic launch technology.

Abstracts were due by July 22, 2005.

You may no longer submit abstracts online

If it is not possible to submit your abstract through the web site, mail a printed copy, along with an electronic copy, to the following address:

13th EML
Institute for Advanced Technology
The University of Texas at Austin
3925 W. Braker LN STE 400
Austin TX 78759-5316

Phone: 512-232-4451
Fax: 512-471-1379

Papers will be selected on the basis of the content of the abstract. The abstract should be a self-contained description of the contribution of the future final paper and why it would be of interest to conference attendees. Major results should be clearly summarized, with an indication of what additional material will be in the final paper.

Authors will be notified in September 2005 of the review decision for their proposed paper. An author’s packet will be mailed to authors whose abstract is accepted.

Abstract Guidelines

Abstracts should be at least 150 words but limited to a single page.

The official language is English.

Abstracts must be unclassified and cleared for public release with unlimited distribution. An abstracts booklet of accepted papers will be distributed at the conference.

Abstracts must be received no later than July 22, 2005.

Include name, address, affiliation, phone number, fax number, and e-mail address of the primary author.

Indicate author’s preference for oral or poster presentation.*

Indicate appropriate topic.

* Accepted papers will be assigned to either the poster or oral sessions based on the recommendations of the Technical Program Committee.

Symposium Proceedings

The International EML Symposium Committee is committed to maintaining high standards of quality in conference presentations and published proceedings.

Each manuscript will be peer reviewed by at least two referees in accordance with IEEE policy. Superior papers that meet high standards of quality and originality will be published in a special issue of IEEE’s Transactions on Magnetics. Authors whose papers are accepted for publication in IEEE’s Transactions on Magnetics will receive an author kit, along with information regarding publication fees, after the manuscript has completed the peer-review process.

Additionally, copies of all papers selected either for oral or poster presentation will be distributed at the Symposium.