Follow these instructions to develop a successful abstract, presentation, and paper, for presentation at the conference and publication in the Proceedings of SPIE and the SPIE Digital Library.
1. Submit an Abstract
Post Deadline Submissions Accepted through 5 April 2010
- Read the Conference Call for Papers and Submission Guidelines
- Select one conference that most closely matches the topics in your abstract (do not submit the same abstract to multiple conferences)
- Click "Submit an abstract" from within the conference you've chosen, and you'll be prompted to sign in to MySPIE to complete the submission wizard.
An official notification will be sent by email to the contact author of accepted presentations by 17 September 2010.
Submission Questions? Contact Sandy Hoelterhoff, the Optical Data Storage Conference Program Coordinator.
Due Dates and SPIE Contacts
2. Prepare to Present at the Conference
Presentation Questions? Contact Sandy Hoelterhoff
3. Prepare and Submit Your Manuscript
Manuscript Questions? View SPIE Contacts
Publish Your Work!
- Publication of your manuscript on SPIE Digital Library offers worldwide access within 2 to 4 weeks after the meeting
- With over 300,000 papers covering 1990 to the present, SPIE Digital Library is the world's largest collection of research papers in optics and photonics
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- Articles and citations are linked via CrossRef
- Publish your manuscript with attached multimedia files in SPIE Digital Library
- After publication in Proceedings of SPIE, expand and revise your paper and submit it to one of SPIE's peer-reviewed journals (http://spie.org/journals).