IMC 2010 speakers and poster contributors are welcome to submit a written article/paper for the proceedings. Please send your paper to Apostolos and/or David (aac and/or dja with the domain name @arm.ac.uk).
If you know LaTeX, please use it, with the template below. Best for us is LaTeX with figures in (encapsulated) PostScript and references using BibTeX. But we are happy to accept papers in any reasonable format (Word; plain ASCII text; etc.) and figures in any common image format. For the printed proceedings, you should ensure your figures look ok in black and white / greyscale, although you can submit colour figures for an electronic version of your paper.
Submissions should be proper articles/papers, i.e. should contain some text, not just an abstract and a couple of figures.
A lot of the advice about writing for WGN also applies to IMC proceedings.
We have prepared an example paper for you to look at:
IMC 2010 had a record attendance and large number of excellent talks and posters. For the proceedings we may therefore need in general to impose a limit of 4 pages maximum. If you need more, please contact Apostolos and/or David by Friday November 5th to check that we have space. We can format the paper so that 1000 words fit on a single page that has no figures, tables or section titles.
The deadline for us to receive your paper is 2011 January 31st. We do not guarantee to extend that deadline. Papers submitted well in advance of the deadline are of course welcome.
Update 2011 Feb 8: Although the deadline has now passed, we can still accept papers for a little while. But please contact us very soon if you want to submit something.
If you had a talk or poster but do NOT intend to write a proceedings paper, please tell us, it will help us plan.
The current editorial team is Apostolos Christou, David Asher, Prakash Atreya and Geert Barentsen.