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Manuscript submission opens: May 5, 2012.
Manuscript submission closes: June 5, 2012 .


If your abstract is accepted for presentation at the ICM2012, you are encouraged to submit your manuscript(s) for publication in a special issue of the Journal of the Korean Physical Society or the Journal of Magnetics. All manuscripts must be submitted via the web submission system.


Manuscript submission guidelines and requirements:

1. Recommended length is 4~5 journal pages(approx. 12-14 pages including figure in word) for contributed presentations
and 6~7 journal pages for invited presentations.
2. All manuscripts must be received by June 5, 2012 . This deadline will be strictly observed. Post-deadline papers
will not be accepted nor forwarded for review.
3. All submitted manuscripts will be reviewed by the reviewers and only selected manuscripts will be published
in the proceedings. Each of registered authors can submit one manuscript if the manuscript is presented in the conference.
4. Please refer to the below table and decide whether you wish to have your paper published in the Journal of the Korean
Physical Society or the Journal of Magnetics. However the publication committee can move papers to the more
appropriate journal without the consent of the authors.
5. ID and PW to log-in have been informed to authors.
ID: presentation code(ex. AA01), PW: abstract number(ex. AF0000)

*Web-page for manuscript submission is only available in Explorer 5.0, or greater, and Chrome as web browser.


ICM2012 Manuscript Submission Guidelines

1. Manuscript submission to JKPS (SCI)
- JKPS is a journal published by Korean Physical Society and indexed in SCI.
- For on-line submission, the manuscript should be prepared with Tex or MSword.

- The manuscript should include PACS numbers, which can be found at http://publish.aps.org/PACS, as well as Key words.
- Before the submission, the author should prepare the followings:
    . To submit in Tex format, the author should provide text and figure files, separately.
    . To submit in MSword format, the author should provide a single manuscript file, including figures.
    . Also, the author should provide a single PDF file including figures with printer quality resolution larger than
      300 pixel/inch for reviewing process.
    . The author is asked to recommend two or three possible reviewers. The list of the recommended reviewers should
      contain Name/ Organization/ Department/ Country/ e-mail/ phone number.

2. Manuscript submission to JoM (SCIE)
- Journal of Magnetics is a journal published by Korean Magnetics Society and indexed in SCI-E.
- For on-line submission, the manuscript should be prepared with MSword only.

- Before the submission, the author should prepare the followings:
    . To submit in MSword format, the author should provide a single manuscript file, including figures.
    . Also, the author should provide a single PDF file including figures with printer quality resolution larger than
      300 pixel/inch for the reviewing process.
    . The manuscript should include Key words
    . The author is asked to recommend three or four possible reviewers. The list of the recommended reviewers should
      contain Name/ Organization/ Department/ Country/ e-mail/ phone number.

3. Submission confirmation
"After submission, the confirmation e-mail will be sent to the corresponding author. If the author does not receive the
confirmation e-mail, please contact ICM2012 Secretariat immediately.(icm@icm2012.org). If not, ICM2012 Secretariat
would assume that there is no error occurred in auto reply. Also, the author is responsible for any issues and problems
that may arise from the anti-spam policy of the author's institute, during the reviewing process.

1. Strongly Correlated Electron System (SCES) (including Superconductivity/ Multiferroics) JKPS
1-1. Multiferroics
1-2. Superconductivity
1-3. Topological Insulators
1-4. Heavy Fermion Systems
1-5. Valence Fluctuations
1-6. Non-Fermi Liquids and Quantum Phase Transitions
1-7. Kondo Impurity and Kondo Lattice Systems
1-8. Theory of Strongly Correlated Matter
1-9. New Developments
2. Quantum and Classical Spin Systems JKPS
3. Magnetic Structures and Interactions JKPS
4. Magnetization Dynamics and Micromagnetics JKPS
5. Spin-Dependent Transport JKPS
6. Spin Electronics JKPS
7. Magnetic Thin Films, Particles and Nanostructures JKPS
8. Soft and Hard Magnetic Materials and Their Applications JKPS
9. Novel Materials and Device Applications JKPS
10. Magnetic Recording and Memories JKPS
11. Measuring Techniques and Instrumentation JoM
12. Industrial Applications JoM
13. Interdisciplinary Topics JoM