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Full Papers for Phil Trans A Consideration

Critical Dates

The schedule for submission of full papers to the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A is as follows:

Date of submission of full papers for further review:  Friday, 3 December 2010

Decisions to authors: From Monday 31 January 2011

Revision period: From 31 January 2011 to  7 March 2011

Closing date for camera ready papers: Monday, 14 March 2011

The journal issues are then scheduled to appear online in May 2011.

Please note:  only authors who have been invited by the AHM 2010 Programme Committee to write full papers for Phil Trans A consideration should submit using the link provided below.

Instructions to Authors

Full papers should be 10 - 12 pages (640 words or two figures per page) and no more than approximately 7,700 words, excluding references. Instructions for authors are available on the journal pages at http://rsta.royalsocietypublishing.org/site/misc/style-guide.xhtml.

You can submit your papers via this website, by using the following link (EasyChair):  

http://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ahm2010philtrans

Once you have logged in, go to the submission page and then to add a submission. Fill in the required fields. Do not submit your paper directly to the journal at this stage.

Once we have reviewed your final draft, we will ask you to submit your paper directly to the journal using their online submission system (details to be emailed to authors). You can submit your paper as a LaTeX file or a Word document, but if using Word, you must make sure to upload figures separately (not embedded in the Word document). Please note that the Phil Trans A abstract field only allows input of up to 2000 characters and no more than this.

Past Journal Issues

You can view the two special issues arising from AHM 2009 at:

http://rsta.royalsocietypublishing.org/site/issues/esci.xhtml

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