Call for Post-Deadline Abstracts (By Correspondence)The May 29 deadline having passed, the abstract submittal website is closed. However, we will consider post-deadline abstracts (for poster presentation only; the oral slots have been filled). To submit a post-deadline, poster-only abstract, please correspond directly with Christine Petit-Jean-Genaz of our Scientific Secretariat.
To manage your existing abstracts, click here to go to your SPMS profile.
Original and compelling work from the whole field of accelerators and particle beams is desired for presentation at NA-PAC'13. Topics run the gamut: all acceleration paradigms; high or low energies; accelerators for medical and industrial purposes; and accelerator subsystems. Abstracts on the engineering and technology aspects of accelerators are especially welcome.
A look through the "Scope of Classifications" page will give a detailed idea of the topics usually covered at NA-PAC.
The default presentation type for all contributions (other than invited orals) is Poster. The Scientific Program Committee will examine all submissions and select contributions for contributed oral presentation.
Student posters have a special session, with prizes for the two best. For more information, see the Student Program tab.
To keep the size of both the program and the Proceedings tractable, authors of more than one abstract are invited to consider whether these contributions could be combined into a single work, with due reference, in the eventual Proceedings paper, to other publications or internal notes.
Abstract submittal is open, with a deadline of May 29. Detailed instructions are available via the "How To Enter Your Abstract" tab.
A Brief Look Ahead to the ProceedingsNA-PAC'13 will publish its Proceedings on the Joint Accelerator Conferences Website or JACoW. Detailed instructions will be posted on this site when the opening of manuscript submittal draws near. Presenting your work at the conference makes you eligible to submit a paper for the Proceedings, and we encourage every presenter to do so.
The Presentation Imperative: No "Publication Only" ContributionsNo contributions are accepted for publication only. Any work accepted for presentation, which is not presented at the conference, will be excluded from the Proceedings. Furthermore, the Scientific Program Committee reserves the right to refuse for publication any work not properly presented in the poster sessions.