Inner Detector Talks and Conferences

Speakers Committee

The IDSpeakersCommittee was setup by the Inner Detector Steering Group and provides a contact point for conference talks on the ATLAS Inner Detector.

Please send all correspondence about conferences or talks to atlas-id-speakers@cernNOSPAMPLEASE.ch.

Database

The ID Speakers Committee maintains a database of conference talks.

The following information is extracted from this database - only talks which have been given, or which are confirmed, are listed:

Procedures

Abstract submission
Abstracts will be submitted to conferences by the committee with appropriate advice from experts. If the abstract is accepted then the committee will appoint a speaker based on the following:
  • If it is a subsystem talk, the committee follows the recommendation of the subsystem representatives and notes the talk and speaker in the speakers DB.
  • If it is an ID talk, then it is considered by the committee as a whole. The talk and speaker will be entered in the DB.

The talks should be fairly distributed amongst institutes and take into account the expertise required to give the talk and contributions of individuals to the ID. This will be monitored using the speakers database.

If conference organisers approach the speakers committee for a talk on a specific topic, then a speaker will be appointed in the same way as above and the speaker will be asked to submit an abstract after it has been reviewed by the committee.

A personal invitation should be notified to the committee, this is then noted in the speakers database.

Review of presentations and writeups
As for physics talks, speakers should present results that have been agreed by the inner detector community eg should have been presented in an ID plenary meeting. The speaker should ideally submit the talk to the committee one week before and not less than two days before the conference to allow review by the committee and experts.

Similarly, the conference reports should be submitted to the committee ideally one week and not less than two days prior to the deadline so that they can be reviewed before publication.

-- FidoDittus - 09 Jan 2009

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