The Proceedings of TWEPP 2011 were published in JINST.

How to prepare your paper

Proceedings of TWEPP-11, covering oral contributions and posters, will be published in the Journal of Instrumentation (JINST) Proceedings Section. This offers us a fast, peer-reviewed, open-access publication of the proceedings with easy referencing possibility.

Instructions to authors
JINST has prepared instructions for authors as well as article templates for LaTeX and Microsoft Word. Please note that the size of the article should note exceed eight (8) pages, regardless of whether you have an oral or poster contribution. The use of the JINST publication format is mandatory. Attempts to modify the format may result in rejected submissions.

Copyright of contributions is assigned to the Institute of Physics Publishing from the date at which the contributions are accepted for publication. The main features of the copyright transfer are:

  • authors transfer the worldwide copyright of their work to the Institute of Physics Publishing;
  • authors automatically retain rights for the future use of their own work;
  • authors who may not own the copyright (e.g. authors in industrial companies or government research establishments) are asked to state this explicitly;
  • in the case of multi-author papers, only one author needs to sign the form but he or she should have obtained the written consent of all the other authors beforehand.

The copyright form is available here. If you cannot assign copyright to JINST an agreement giving License to Publish is required instead. Please consult permissions(at) if the standard form is not appropriate for your circumstances.

How and when to submit
Contributions must be submitted to JINST before 1 November 2011. A short description of the submission procedure can be found here:

Peer review
As for all JINST publications, your contributions will be peer reviewed before being approved for publication. The review is organized by the TWEPP scientific committee. In order to have all papers published in a reasonable time, it is very important to stick to the submission deadline date (1 November 2011). The review committee reserves the right to reject publications which are submitted after the deadline.