Joint Meeting of the 19 Topical Conference on Radio Frequency Power in Plasmas and the US Japan RF Physics Workshop June 1-3, 2011
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Proceedings and Manuscript Preparation

Conference proceedings will be published by the American Institute of Physics. The book of the Conference Proceedings is included in the registration fee and will be mailed to the address provided by the author/attendee.

Opsommingsteken Authors must provide
  - electronically a .pdf formatted file (preferred, but MS Word or LaTex are also acceptable) either (1)  at the registration desk on USB stick or (2) by e-mail attachment to
  - a paper copy and signed Transfer of Copyright at the registration desk.
Opsommingsteken Those should be provided preferably when checking in at or prior to the conference.
Opsommingsteken Absolute deadline is the last day of the conference (June 3, 2011).
Opsommingsteken Contributed papers should not exceed four pages in length and invited/review papers are not to exceed eight pages. Please note that the printed text must conform to the proceeding standards of the AIP described here in the AIP 6"x 9" format.
Opsommingsteken In addition, you must submit a completed and signed Transfer of Copyright Agreement Form at the time you submit your manuscript.
Opsommingsteken Go to for complete instructions on the text format (example Word or LaTeX files) and downloading the copyright form

Presentation Instructions

Oral presentations should be in Power Point or pdf (Adobe Acrobat) formats.
Presenters are encouraged to pre-load their talks onto the computer and check out the operation either upon registration or prior to the start of their session

The dimensions of the poster boards are 44 inches high by wide 91 inches high

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