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Instructions forPreparing the Manuscripts for EBT 2016 –
Template Title of the paper “bold Times New Roman 18 pt”
FirstName A. FamilyName – bold Times New Roman 14pt
Thes einstructions give you basic guidelines for preparing the camera-ready EBT 2016 papers.
These instructions have been prepared in the required format. The abstractis a brief (50-80 words)
synopsis of yourpaper. Its use is to provide a quick outline of your presentation, giving the reader an
overview of the research. This is an important aspect of your paper, as it is this description that may
attract the reader to continue and finish your report. Keywords should be so chosen that they best
describe the contents of thepaper. In mostcases, these words can be found in the title and abstract.
Noun forms without articles must be used. The use of hyphens and prepositions should be avoided.
Bulgarian – Title, authors and abstract –
PLEASE, COPY theabstractinEnglishonceagainhere!
Introduction
Authors must submit a softcopy version of the
paper in MS Word format via e-mail
([email protected]) or upload it by the conference
web-site: http://www.ebt2016.com/Submission.htm.
Table 2
Recommendedfonts(10pts)
Font
Size
8
Bold Italic Text
Authors' names - Left, Spacing
before; 18pt
Main text in two columns
How to Construct the Paper
10
A. Manuscript Layout
In formatting your A4-size paper (210×297mm)
with the text area 225×160mm, set the margins as
given in Table 1.
You should left- and right-justify your columns.
On the last page of your paper, try to adjust the
lengths of the two columns so that they are the same.
Use automatic hyphenation, if you have it. Don't
forget to check spelling.
Table 1
Settingmargindistances(10pts)
Top margin
3.6cm
Bottom margin
Left margin
Right margin
Header margin
Footer margin
Column spacing
3.6cm
2.5cm
2.5cm
2.8cm
2.8cm
0.8cm
B. Fonts
Use Times New Roman Font. Try to follow the
font sizes specified in Table 2, as best you can.
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10
10
YES
YES
8
8
Headings (Abstract, Introduction,
References etc.) - Spacing Before
Sub-heading
etc.)18pt. Spacing(1.1,
After1.2,
I2pt,
Left
Spacing Before 12pt, Spacing
After Opl. Left
References
main text, table
names, table captions, figure
Footnotes,
sub- andsuperscripts
captions - Left
C. Illustratios
Position figures and tables al the tops and bottoms
of columns, if possible. Large figures and tables may
span both columns. Figure captions should be below
the figures; table captions should be above the tables.
Try to place the figures and tables after their first
mention in the text. Use the abbreviation even at the
beginning of a sentence (e.g. "Fig. 1"), all half-tone
illustrations (pictures/photographs) should be clear
black and white prints. Figure format *.bmp, pictures /
photograph format - *.jpg.
M,Nm
3,5
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ME1 ME2
2,5
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M1
M12
M2
M3
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Fig.1. Example of a figure occupying both columns.
Helpful Hints
D. Equations
Number equations consecutively with equation
numbers in parentheses flush with the right margin, as
in (1). To make your equations more compact, you
may use the solidus (/), the exp function, or
appropriate exponents. Italicize Roman symbols for
quantities and variables, but not Greek symbols. Use a
long dash rather than a hyphen for a minus sign. Use
parentheses to avoid ambiguities in denominators.
Punctuate equations with commas or periods when
they are part of a sentence. Be sure that the symbols in
your equation have been defined before the equation
appears or immediately following. When you refer to
equations in the text, refer to (1).
(1)
Mk  


1
z.1 F2N  F2S . sin 
2
E. References
List and number all references at the end of the
paper. When referring to them in the text, type the
corresponding reference number in square brackets as
shown at the end of this sentence [l]. Number the
citations consecutively.
The sentence punctuation follows the brackets.
Give all authors' names; do not use "et al" unless there
are six authors or more. Papers that have not been
published, even if they have been submitted for
publication, should be cited as "unpublished". Papers
that have been accepted for publication should be
cited as "in press". Capitalize only the first word in
paper title, except for proper nouns and element
symbols, for papers published in translated journals,
please give the English citation first, followed by the
original foreign-language citations.
A. Abbreviations and acronyms
Define abbreviations and acronyms the first time
they are used. Acronyms such as MOS, IC, ac and dc
do not have to be defined. Redefine acronyms when
first used in the text, even if they have been defined in
the abstract.
B. Other recommendations
All publications cited in the text should be
presented in a list of references following the text of
manuscript. The references should be given as that is
shown at the end of the paper.
Figures will be included in the text columns. Use
the column width as limitation of maximum figure
width.
Please bigger (from one column width) figures
put with the wide dimension extended to the page
width, changing the page Format locally for this
figure from two columns to one column_(See Fig.1
bellow) and please continue the rest part of the paper
as two-column text, as was recommended - through
fulfilling the instructions shown in Table 1.
Conclusions
Designed for the “Electromask Series 6000”
machine installation software allows us to manage all
systems from a PC and convert data from other
formats. We obtain accurate mechanical movements
of 0.20 micrometers in the field of 250mm x 250 mm.
Acknowledgements
This work was supported by the Ukrainian State
Agency for Science, Innovations and Information
(State Registration № 0111U008786).
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M.Sychev,
I.Mitelman,
B.Sveshnikov, “Experimental verification of the basic
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Senior Research Fellow, PhD Genadzi A. Pashkevich–
Was born in Brest, Belarus, 1955. He received his Ph.D.
degrees in Physical electronics including quantum from
Institute of Physics, National Academy of Sciences, Minsk,
Belarusin 1987. He is currently working at the National
TechnicalUniversity of Ukraine “KPI”, Reserch Institute
“Applied Electronics”, Kyiv, Ukraine. His research
interests are acousto-electronics and acousto-optics,
electronicand RFID systems, information technologys.
Tel.: +380 (67) 2388034; e-mail: [email protected]
Prof. PhD Anatolіі T. Orlov – Was born in 1958. He
graduated from the Kiev Polytechnic Institute (now-
Publication of papers will be performed after
reviewing and payment of the conference fees
(see at: www.ebt2016.com).
Bank account details:
Payment: Fee for EBT 2016 - name of the
participant
(Bank transfer taxes are not included in the
fee!)
To: TC EPTT Ltd.
(Technological Center on Electron Beam ana
Plasma Technologies and Technique)
SOCIETE GENERALE EXPRESSBANK
IBAN: BG81 TTBB 9400 1527 3479 30
SWIFT/BIC: TTBBBG22
Branch: 42425 – “Technical University”
Address: 16 Prof. G. Bradistilov str., Sofia 1700,
Bulgaria
“E+E”, 5-6/2016
National Technical University of Ukraine). Vice Dean of
the Faculty of Electronics, Deputy Head of
Microelectronics Department. Author of 65 scientific
publications, 5 patents. Area of Interest–MEMS/NEMS RF
devices and sensors, nanostructured materials for
electronics and energy harvesting, wireless broadband
access and sensors networks, VLSI design. National
Technical University of Ukraine “KPI”, Department of
Microelectronics, Kyiv, Ukraine
Tel.: +380 (44) 599-18-12; e-mail: [email protected]
Senior Research Fellow, Oleksander V. Bogdan- Was
born in 1959. He graduated from the Kiev Polytechnic
Institute (now- National Technical University of Ukraine).
Deputy Director of the Research Institute “Applied
Electronics”. Author of 130 scientific publications, 5
monographs and 3 textbooks. Area of Interest- solid state
physics, microelectronics, electronic materials and devices,
information technologiess, electronic systems. National
Technical University of Ukraine “KPI”, Ukraine, Reserch
Institute “Applied Electronics”, Kyiv, Ukraine
Tel.: +380 (44) 2369676; e-mail: [email protected]
address: off.137, 16, Politekhnichna Str., 03056, Kyiv,
Ukraine, tel./fax(office):+380 (44) 2369676;
e-mail: [email protected]
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