Hints and Tips

This section contains some helpful hints concerning CLICdp notes, publications and presentations.

General hints and tips:

  • It is suggested you follow the¬†guidelines¬†of CERN's¬†Scientific Text Processing Service
  • Please also take a look at the¬†English language style guide¬†from the¬†CERN translation/minutes service
  • You are encouraged to use the CLICdp ROOT template for your plots (in particular for public notes and publications)

 

I'm giving a talk at a conference/workshop, what do I do?

  • Make sure the Speakers Committee has your talk and abstract listed on the TWiki
  • Label your plots appropriately (work in progress, preliminary, CLICdp)
  • If appropriate, your talk should be marked "On behalf of the CLICdp collaboration"
  • You are encouraged to use the CLIC logo on your slides
  • You are expected to make slides available for comments two days before the talk will be given
  • The¬†Speakers Committee may organise a rehearsal for your talk

 

I'm making a poster for a conference/workshop, what do I do?

  • Make sure the Speakers Committee has your poster listed on the TWiki
  • If appropriate, your poster should be marked "On behalf of the CLICdp collaboration"
  • You are encouraged to use the CLIC logo on your poster
  • Your poster should contain the name and date of the conference at which it was presented

 

I'm writing proceedings for a conference talk I gave, what do I do?

  • Make sure you allow enough time for the review process (see below)
  • If possible inform PubCom in advance about the expected draft submission date and the conference deadline
  • It is¬†the responsibility of the author to inform the publications committee about the intended submission to a non open access journal
  • Write the proceedings using the template provided by the conference organisers
  • Your proceedings should be marked "On behalf of the CLICdp collaboration"
  • Create a CLICdp cover page using the template available in gitlab
  • Submit the document (incl. cover page) to PubCom - you will receive comments within 1-2 days
  • Your proceedings will be opened for collaboration review on CDS for 7 days
  • Submit the final copy to PubCom and to the conference organisers
  • If the conference has a review process, please submit the final version to PubCom
  • You¬†are encouraged to upload the final version of your proceedings to the arXiv (check conference permission)
  • See further details here

 

I'm writing a CLICdp note, what do I do?

  • Make sure you allow enough time for the review process (see below)
  • Write the note using the CLICdp LaTeX¬†template¬†available in gitlab
  • This¬†document contains many helpful examples¬†and guidelines
  • Submit the document to PubCom - you will receive comments within 1-2 days
  • Your note will be opened for collaboration review on CDS for two weeks
  • Submit the final copy to PubCom¬†
  • You are encouraged to upload the final version of your note to the arXiv in which case you should include the follwing sentence on the title page:¬†"This work was carried out in the framework of the CLICdp collaboration."
  • See further details¬†here