The Conference Record (CR) is the official repository for manuscripts presented at the 2010 Nuclear Science Symposium and Medical Imaging Conference and will be published on CD-ROM, complimentary to all registered conference attendees. All CR manuscripts will be made available online at https://www.nss-mic.org/2010/ConferenceRecord before the CD-ROMs are mailed out.
The approved word processor templates, available in PDF, MS Word and LaTeX format can be downloaded from https://www.nss-mic.org/2010/Public/Publications/templates.htm.
All manuscripts submitted to the IEEE must be in IEEE Xplore-compatible PDF format. To assist authors in meeting this requirement, IEEE has established a web based service called "PDF eXpress." We strongly suggest that you use this service to create your PDF files. Manuscripts that are not IEEE Xplore-compatible will not be accepted in the conference record CD.
In order to ensure a timely release of the CD-ROM, please follow this procedure for the Conference Record manuscript submission:
The deadline for the Conference Record manuscript submission is Nov. 21.
All manuscripts submitted through the conference web site will be made available immediately at the "Conference Record" web link. However, only those that meet the following requirements will be included in the CD-ROM:
For further information regarding the Conference Record, contact:
Transactions on Nuclear Science (TNS)
Instructions for authors of papers in Nuclear Science Symposium/Medical Imaging Conference
Additionally, papers presented at the conference that contain important information of lasting value may be submitted for review and publication in the Transactions on Nuclear Science (TNS). The TNS is a premier peer-reviewed journal with a significant distribution within the nuclear science and medical imaging communities. TNS is not the conference record and only those papers that pass the review process and are in the fields of interest to TNS will be published. Prospective authors should consult the TNS page at www.ieee.org for a description of the publication. TNS discourages the submission of progress reports and manuscripts that are more suitable for distribution as an institution’s internal document. We expect each manuscript to be cast in the context of the state of the art of its field (including appropriate motivation for the work), present a complete description of the work performed, and to present a set of conclusions supported by the measured and/or calculated data. The paper should be sufficiently complete that others with comparable equipment could repeat the work.
Authors submitting to TNS should expect to be solicited to serve as reviewers of other papers. Please accept as many solicitations as you are able to handle and remember to return your reviews in a timely fashion. TNS tries to find at least two reviewers for each paper and the speed of the review process ultimately depends on your cooperation. TNS relies on this most important professional service you, the authors, provide to the community.
TNS is published throughout the year, and you can submit your manuscript to TNS at any time. For instructions on TNS manuscript submissions, please visit the IEEE’s on-line peer review system Manuscript Central™ (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tns-ieee). TNS suggests that authors limit their papers to 8 pages, but that limit is quite flexible and exceptions can be made.
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Transactions on Medical Imaging (TMI)
Authors of medical imaging papers may alternatively choose to submit their manuscripts to the IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging through Manuscript Central™ (https://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/tmi-ieee). For further information regarding the IEEE Transactions on Medical Imaging, contact:
Comparison of Requirements
The value of the Conference Record is chiefly accrued by the immediate and timely release of the information, which excludes the possibility of peer-review for manuscript content. It is possible that a similar (or even the same) article can be submitted to both the Conference Record and the TNS. However, the authors must keep in mind that the content of the articles designated for TNS publication must meet the level of scrutiny by scientific review, and publication is not guaranteed for the TNS submission. The CR and TNS are two separate publications. Submission to one does not imply submission to the other.