Template - Russian-Chinese Workshop and School for Young

Title of abstract
A. Ivanov1, K. Petrov1,2, A. Smith2, V.D. Collins3
Institution/Company, City, Country
Institution/Company, City, Country
Institution/Company, City, Country
E-mail: email-address of corresponding author
Basic guidelines for the preparation of a summary and an abstract for RCWLP&P 2015
are presented. This document is itself an example of the desired layout (inclusive of this
abstract) and can be used as a template. You should use MS Word 2003 or later. The
abstract is limited to 75 words and cannot contain equations, figures, tables, or references.
It must be indented from left and right by 1.5 cm.
Accepted summaries will appear in the Technical Digest printed for the participants of the
Russian-Chinese Workshop and School. In the abstract above concisely state briefly what was done,
principal results, and their significance. The summary should contain outline of the problem solved in details
(all in English). Please, obey this template carefully during preparation of your contribution.
The summary must be one or two full pages
long and has an A4 format (210 mm × 297 mm),
margins should be set for 2 cm top and bottom, 2 cm
left and right. Please use “Times New Roman 16 pt”
font for the title (bold), 11 pt for the abstract, 12 pt
for main text, and 10 pt for references. Center the
paper title at the top of the page. Only the first word
and acronyms are capitalized. Keep titles brief and
descriptive. Spell out acronyms unless they are
widely known. The list of authors (12 pt)
immediately follows the title with each line centered.
The list of affiliations (11 pt, italic type) follows with
clear notation for each author’s affiliation. E-mail
address (11 pt) must be provided for correspondence.
Fig. 1: Use gray or black & white style (figures in
Underline the presenting author, please.
colour are not acceptable). Caption must be 10 pt font
Cite references using the format of [1] or [2, 3]. size.
The references’ style is shown below (for journal,
proceedings or book citations). A table or figure, such as Fig. 1, containing a schematic,
photograph, and/or data, is encouraged (but not mandatory). Note that your figure(s) need not be
embedded like Fig. 1. All information at the figure must be clear legible. If you want to include a
string formula, please, try to use Microsoft Equation.
Send your contribution in “doc” (or “docx”) format to a secretary of the Meeting:
wlpp2015@gmail.com. The details of summary sending and registration of a participant can be
found at the website: wlpp2015.laser.nsc.ru. Since the number of participants is limited there will be
a selection process, based on your contributions.
[1] D.V. Brazhnikov, A.V. Taichenachev, A.M. Tumaikin and V.I. Yudin, “Electromagnetically-induced-absorption
resonance with high contrast and narrow width in the Hanle configuration”, Laser Phys. Lett. 11, p. 125702 (2014).
[2] A.I. Ivanov and K.A. Petrov, “Quantum metrology and quantum information”, Proceedings of the 6th Symposium on
Frequency Standards and Metrology, P. Gill (Ed.), World Scientific, pp. 361–368 (2002).
[3] F. Riehle, Frequency standards: Basics and applications. Weinheim: WILEY-VCH Verlag GmbH & Co., 2004.