Chaos, Complexity and Transport: Theory and Applications

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Monday June 04
Proceeding informations

Following the success of CCT07, participants may have now two possibilities:

  • The proceedings per se of the conference will be published by World Scientific.
  • There will be a special issue in CNSNS related to the scope of the conference
Regarding the special issue:

The special issue will consist of 175 pages with a minimum length of the papers of 5 pages.

Note that due to the spirit of a special issue and limited space a strong referal process will be setup.

The special issue will be published in CNSNS.

To propose a paper to the special issue please click on the above link and to ensure that all manuscripts are correctly identified for inclusion into the special issue, it is important that authors select SI: Chaos, Complexity and Transport when they reach the Article Type step in the submission process.

In the spirit of a special issue contributions are not restricted to conference participants. You are thus welcome to encourage paper submission around you and advertise this special issue.

The submission deadline has been set to March 30th, 2008.

Regarding the book:

The deadline for the contributions is Nov 15, 2007, with an expected publication of the book in the spring of 2008. We remind you that as these contributions are collected in a book that will be hopefully addressed to a "large" audience, a pedagogical style is important while preparing your manuscript.

Manuscripts are expected to be camera ready in average of 8 pages with an upper limit of 10, using World Scientific style files and rules.
For review and focus speakers the average is set respectively to 20 and 15 pages.
You may find direction and style files at http://www.wspc.com.sg/style/proceedings_style.shtml

The book format will be 9''x6''.

Files need to be directly sent to us, electronically at: cct07@cpt.univ-mrs.fr

The hardcopy you should send it at the following address:
Xavier Leoncini Centre de Physique Théorique,
Luminy Case 907,
13288 Marseille cedex 9 France