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FULL PAPER GUIDELINE

THE TITLE GOES HERE WITH EACH INITIAL LETTER CAPITALIZED
(Use the Microsoft Word template style: Paper Title)
Author’s Name1, a) and Author’s Name2, 3, b)
(Use the Microsoft Word template style: Paper Author)
1(Use the Microsoft Word template style: Author Affiliation) Replace this text with an author’s affiliation
(use complete addresses). Note the use of superscript “a)” to indicate the author’s e-mail address below.
Use b), c), etc. to indicate e-mail addresses for more than 1 author.
2Additional affiliations should be indicated by superscript numbers 2, 3, etc. as shown above.
3You would list an author’s second affiliation here.

a) Corresponding author: your@emailaddress.xxx
b) anotherauthor@thisaddress.yyy
(Use the Microsoft Word template style: Author Email)

Abstract. The AIP Proceedings article template has many predefined paragraph styles for you to use/apply as you write your paper. To format your abstract, use the Microsoft Word template style: Abstract. Each paper must include an abstract. Begin the abstract with the word “Abstract” followed by a period in bold font, and then continue with a normal 9 point font.

 

FIRST, SECOND, AND THIRD LEVEL HEADINGS (FIRST LEVEL HEADING)
(Use the Microsoft Word template style: Heading 1)
This document was prepared using the AIP Proceedings template for Microsoft Word. It provides a simple example of a paper and offers guidelines for preparing your article. Here we introduce the paragraph styles for Level 1, Level 2, and Level 3 headings. Please note the following:

  • In this template we note whether each heading is Level 1, 2, or 3 – for example, “(Second Level Heading).” This is for guidance only; your article headings will, of course, not need those notations.
  • Under each heading we have noted which paragraph style to use – for example, “(Use the Microsoft Word template style: Heading 2).” Again, those notes are not part of the headings. Their purpose is to advise you of the name of the style defined in the AIP Proceedings Word template.

To format a paragraph, use the Microsoft Word template style: Paragraph.
Do not include any headers, footers, or page numbers in your document. They will be added to your article PDF by AIP Publishing, so please do not amend this template to add them to your paper.

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