Proceeding





  • Dear participants of the CAGN2019 Workshop,


    We are glad to send you the macro for the proceeding that is going to be published, as the previous edition, in the Workshop Series of the Asociación Argentina de Astronomía.


    The files have to be sent to us to mvcardaci@gmail.com with a copy to guille.h1@gmail.com in a tar file containing the latex file, the figures, the bibtex, and the copyright and re-print permissions (see below). The name of the files must be in the following form: LastName.tar, LastName.tex, LastName-fig1.eps, etc.


    The submission deadline is March 29th (preferably during the meeting).


    The maximum space is 10 pages for Invited Reviews (Invited Talks), 6 pages for Contributed Papers (Contributed Talks) and 4 pages for Posters.


    Best regards,


    Mónica Cardaci, Guillermo Hägele and Enrique Pérez-Montero (Eds.)





    Dr. Monica Cardaci
    Associate Researcher
    Institute of Astrophysics La Plata
    CONICET-UNLP



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    Contributions without these requirements will not be included in the proceedings book.


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    Science


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    Dr. Monica Cardaci
    Associate Researcher
    Institute of Astrophysics La Plata
    CONICET-UNLP