Proceedings of School and Workshops on
the "Standard Model and Beyond  Standard
Cosmology" and on "Cosmology 
Strings: Theory  Cosmology  Phenomenology"
The proceedings of the 1st and 2nd week of the 9th
Hellenic School on Elementary Particle Physics and Gravity, Corfu 2009
will be published
in
Fortsch.Phys.
Prospective authors should have received an invitation by email. If
you think that you should have received one but didn't, please
contact Konstantinos
Anagnostopoulos.
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically to the journal. The
formal procedures for the submission are explained at the homepage of
the journal (click here to be redirected)
In the submission procedure you will be
asked for a cover letter where you can write that this is a
contribution to the Corfu 2009 proceedings. Please ask HansJörg
Otto to be your editor.
The length of the manuscript should not exceed 6 pages for a lecture
and 4 pages for a regular talk and the deadline for the submission is
February 28 (extended), 2010.
Instructions
for authors (Note: Upload your pdf as "main document" and all
sources in a zip file as "suppl. material not for review").
LaTeX
files and style sheets
Proceedings of the 2nd School on Quantum
Gravity and Quantum Geometry
The proceedings of the 2nd School on Quantum Gravity and Quantum
Geometry session of the 9th Hellenic School on Elementary Particle
Physics and Gravity, Corfu 2009 will be published in a dedicated issue
of General
Relativity and Gravitation
Prospective authors should have received an invitation by email. If
you think that you should have received one but didn't, please
contact Konstantinos
Anagnostopoulos.
Manuscripts should be submitted electronically
to the journal. The formal procedures for the submission are explained
at the homepage of
the journal (click here to be redirected).
In the online submission form there is a section called "Comments"
where your should should enter: "Proceedings Corfu 2009". There are no
LaTeX templates, a standard file will do.
The length of the manuscript should be no longer than 25 pages for
lectures and 10 pages for talks
and the deadline for the submission is February 28 (extended), 2010.
