ONO 2000 Tutorial
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The invited oral contributions will be presented at plenary sessions during the mornings and in the afternoon. All contributed and postdeadline papers are in the form of posters. Three two-and-a-half-hour long poster sessions are scheduled in the late afternoons. In addition, a round table panel discussion is scheduled on Tuesday evening. There will be a free afternoon where you may want to experience some of the impressive and wide sky slopes of the Davos area. The social program includes a welcome reception on Sunday evening, a conference reception on Monday evening in the renowned Kirchner Museum, and the conference dinner on Wednesday evening.
All contributed papers as well as the postdeadline papers are scheduled to be presented in the three afternoon poster sessions. The available area for the posters is 150 cm (59 in.) wide by 120 cm (47 in.) high (landscape format). Contributed posters will be on display a full day. They must be mounted at the latest during the morning coffee break and must be removed after the end of each afternoon poster session.
A limited number of post-deadline contributions will be accepted. If you wish to submit a post-deadline paper you must proceed as follows. Fill in the online form and submit a two-pages long extended abstract by February 15, 2000. Templates for the extended abstract can be found here. Extended abstracts reaching the conference Secretariat after February 15 will no longer be considered. Notifications of acceptance will be sent before February 25, 2000 by E-mail only.
A registration form was included with the final circular. In case you did not do so yet, please complete the Registration Form and mail or fax it to the Conference Secretariat by January 15, 2000. The registration fee includes the registration, the welcome party, the conference reception at the Kirchner Museum, and the conference dinner as well the refreshments during coffee breaks. The fee for accompanying persons includes welcome party, conference reception, and conference dinner.
Prior to ICONO'5 in Davos (March 12-16, 2000), there will be a tutorial course at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH-Hönggerberg, in Zurich) organized by the Nonlinear Optics Laboratory of the Institute of Quantum Electronics. The course will take place from Thursday, March 9, 9:00 until Saturday, March 11, 12:00. Lectures will be presented on Thursday and Friday by top experts from all over the world. On Saturday, March 11, 9:00-12:00 there will be a visit of the Nonlinear Optics Laboratory with demonstrations. Please consult the ONO 2000 page for further information.
Proceedings of ICONO'5 will be published in a special issue of Nonlinear Optics by Gordon and Breach. They have to be prepared as Camera-Ready Copy (CRC) by the authors. Instructions for the preparation of the CRC manuscripts can be found at http://www.gbhap.com/journals/146/CRC/146-crcx.htm. Participants can write up to 6 pages, invited speakers up to 12 pages. The manuscripts have to be submitted upon arrival, but at the latest by 10 am on Monday, March 13. They will be refereed during the conference and returned to the authors before the end of the conference when necessary.
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