Instructions for Computer Code Abstracts

[Template Abstract, MS Word Format, PDF]

  1. Deadline for receipt of full papers is May 31, 2002. Papers received after the deadline may or may not be published at the discretion of the Publications Committee.
  1. A full paper is expected to be 6 ~ 10 pages in length.  There is a 5 MB and 20 pages upper limits on the size of full papers.
  1. Papers will be included in the meeting proceedings exactly as received with only new page numbers added. No editing will be performed.
  1. Use 8. 27 x 11.69 in. (210 x 297 mm, A4 size) portrait page size for your submittals. Typed text should occupy no more than 6.27x 9.09in. (160 x 230 mm) centered on each page. Please use the following margin specifications of the page (Detailed formats of page show template paper):

               - Margins :

                                Top : 1.5 inch,  Bottom : 1.1 inch, Left : 1 inch, Right : 1 inch

                                Header : 1 inch,  Footer : 0.8 inch

  1. Insert a heading (start flush left) on each page as follows :

            PHYSOR 2002, Seoul, Korea, October 7-10, 2002 (in Italic, font size 9, Times New Roman)

  1. If photographs are included, ensure that they will be of good quality.
  1. Please follow detailed format instructions shown in a template below, convert your full paper to Microsoft Word file or to a PDF file and submit it via the following PHYSOR 2002 web site before the May 31, 2002 deadline to:

http://physor2002.kaist.ac.kr

  1. There will be a paper charge of $425 (in U. S. currency) due June 15, 2002. Advance payment of the paper charge will entitle a single designated author (or a colleague) to one copy of the complete Proceedings and to one free pre-registration for the meeting. An author may elect to send a pre-registration fee of $425 by June 15, 2002, which will be credited toward the paper charge for his/her paper. Acceptable methods of payment are major credit cards and bank transfer.

More detail information on payment methods are available on the Paper Charge

     /Conference Registration webpage.

  1. Please make a copy of the Publication Release(PDF, MS Word Format) and Paper Charge/Registration Forms, complete the forms, sign and mail or fax them within 10 days together with paper charge (or early registration fee in place of paper charge) to:

 

Prof. Nam Zin Cho, TPC Chair

KAIST/Dept. of Nucl. Eng.

373-1 Kusong-dong, Yusong-gu

Taejon 305-701, South Korea

Fax: +82-42-869-5859

 


 PHYSOR 2002, Seoul, Korea, October 7-10, 2002

 

PROGRAM NAME AND TITLE

Author A and Author B
Name of Institute
Corresponding Address
A@institute.gov ; B@institute.gov

Double space and list Author C
Department of Nuclear Engineering
Name of University
Address
c@name.univ.edu

 

1. Program Name and Title: This is the name or designation given the program by the author, and its title.

2. Computers and Operating Systems for Which Program is Available: The computer hardware systems and operating systems for which the program is available are identified.

3. Problem Solved: A brief description of the problem being solved, the activity being modeled, or definition of the data processing activity being carried out is given.

4. Method of Solution: A summary of the mathematical methods employed, numerical algorithms adopted, or procedures incorporated in the program should appear under this entry. Please emphasize new or improved methods or options.

5. Restrictions on the Complexity of the Problem: This item includes restrictions implied by storage allocation, such as maximum number of energy groups and mesh points, as well as those due to approximations used, such as implied argument-range limitations.

6. Typica1 Running Time: Information intended to enable the user to estimate machine time requirements is listed.

7. Unusual Features of the Program: Distinguishing features and special capabilities of the software are enumerated. Information given under this item should allow the user to select, from a number of similar programs, the one most suitable for a particular problem.

8. Related and Auxiliary Programs: If this program supercedes or is an extension of an earlier program, this is noted here. Software used in conjunction with this program, e.g., for preparing input data, plotting results, or coupled through use of external data files, is identified.

9. Hardware Requirements: This item lists the hardware components essential for full utilization of the software, including the amount of memory required to execute the program.

10. Programming Language(s): The programming language or languages in which the software was written are identified with an indication of the percentage of each used.

11. Other Programming or Operating Information or Restrictions: Additional information needed by the reader to install the software or determine the extent of the necessary implementation effort is summarized. If certain routines are in assembly rather than compiler language, or proprietary software is required, this information is noted.

12. References: Available publications pertinent to the program area are cited. All hard-copy documentation included in the software package is listed. Type the references in the form you usually use for publications of this type. Single-space carryover lines within a reference; double space between references.

13. Appendix: optional ; for example, additional description on item 4.