Printing Proceedings at DESY

Print Request
You can request printing proceedings at DESY by contacting Maren Stein.

Please tell us the name and place of your conference, how many pages you expect and how many copies you need. If possible give us a program or web-page.

You will get a DESY-PROC number and an ISBN number.

We need one pdf file for the content.

Make sure all pages have the same layout. Especially if preface, table of content and articles are patched together from different sources. Odd/even pages might be shifted. This depends on the printer and can be adjusted.

Check that nothing (esp. figures, formula) extends beyond the text-size. Since authors print on A4/letter paper they often don't realize that the paper will be cut for the book.

Usually we print in black and white up to A4 size.
However, we recommend book format, about 240mm x 170mm.

We need one pdf file for the cover.

The cover will be printed in color. For the back you can count 11.4mm per 100 sheets/200 pages.

Online Version

We will put the complete pdf online.

If you want single articles online we recommend Indico. Or you put them on your conference web page. Just make sure it is stable the next ~10 years (garantied at Indico) since we will register DOIs. You have to inform us in case the conference web-page moves.

The following templates are optimized for book format. You are free to use your own layout.

All necessary templates and style files are included in the download archiv.

For the article

The template serves also as author instructions.
Please update the text and distribute it to the authors.

If you give the conference acronym in \acronym{VIP08} it will appear at the bottom of the page together with the page number.

If the single articles will appear online we will register DOIs and the DOI will be printed in the article. To do so we need \desyproc{DESY-PROC-2008-xx} and \contribID{smith\_joe} either as file name or Indico contribution number.
In the version of desyproc.sty distributed to the authors the line
{\bfseries DOI:} {\texttt will be assigned}
should be active. Otherwise wrong DOIs might appear on arXiv. For the final processing the line
{\bfseries DOI:} {\texttt\@desyproc/\@contribID}
should be active. The DOIs will be registered when the proceedings are finished.

If the articles are not available online, the DOI-stuff in the LaTeX template smith_joe.tex should not be active.

For the complete document

The main difference between fancy and simple are page headings of author name and title of the article in the combined pdf. In any case an article is included like

\coltoctitle{LaTeX template for DESY proceedings}
\coltocauthor{Joe Smith, Ruth Miller}

The table of content is generated from this information by \tableofcontents. These snipets of tex are created by from the tex source, input is a list of file names. also creates a file toc.spires which we ask you to send us for uploading the articles to SPIRES. The abstract is mainly used for the registration of DOIs.

The single articles are cropped in a way that the page number is replaced by the page number of the combined document.

You are free to play with the layout as long as the text of the introductory text aligns with the text of the articles.

Run pdflatex combine to produce the combined pdf.

In case of problems or questions please contact:
Kirsten Sachs
Phone: 1530
Bldg. 1 / Rm 313
application/pdf Authors instructions (96KB)
application/octet-stream Tex template (10KB)
application/postscript Sample figure (98KB)
application/octet-stream Class file - DESY proceedings (2KB)
application/octet-stream Style file - truncate (6KB)
text/x-tex Full document - simple style - template (5KB)
text/x-tex Full document - fancy style - template (5KB)
application/download proc.pdf (307KB)
application/octet-stream Style file - desyhead (1KB)
application/octet-stream Perl script - create ToC (4KB)
text/plain List of files - ToC (41Bytes)
application/gzip Archiv: all files for download (173KB)